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Predictive Coding or Evidence Accumulation? False Inference and Neuronal Fluctuations

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Peristimulus fMRI signal time-courses from the visual motion experiment.

Data were normalized to grand mean and averaged across 9 subjects (bars represent standard error of the mean) performing a motion coherence judgment task. The insert specifies the conditions as a function of stimulus and percept. The inflated right hemisphere rendering of the group result shows the right hMT+ region of interest, which was identified subject by subject in a localizer procedure employing coherent motion stimuli vs. static displays. The grey ellipse covers the pre-stimulus period submitted to statistical testing (see main text).

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0009926.g001