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Cortical Response Similarities Predict which Audiovisual Clips Individuals Viewed, but Are Unrelated to Clip Preference

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Average ISC’s within different frequencies.

The average ISC was calculated for each individual across matching clips (in red) and non-matching clips (in black) across all unique subject pairs and electrodes. The distribution of individual ISC’s are indicated when computed from the full spectrum (i.e. 0–50 Hz), and when computed from signals wavelet filtered within the ~0–4 Hz, 4–8 Hz, 8–16 Hz, 16–32 Hz, and 32–48 Hz frequency bands. The upper and lower bars indicate the maximum and minimum data points, respectively. The red bar spans the first (lower) and third (upper) quartiles. The solid line indicates the median and the circle indicates the mean.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0128833.g002