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Figure 4 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Figure 4

From: Evidence for impulsivity in the Spontaneously Hypertensive Rat drawn from complementary response-withholding tasks

Figure 4

Temporal Regulation (TR) model represented as a mixture of two CBMs. Left: A Clocked Bernoulli Module (CBM) queries a random probability gate every τ seconds and with probability π then increments a counter. After N successes the module outputs and stops. Right: Two CBMs generate the cumulative distribution functions shown in Figure 2. CBM1 is responsible for the iterative responses, which occur with probability 1 - q; with complementary probability the animal will move into a timed response for which CBM2 is the mechanism.

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