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Fig. 2 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Fig. 2

From: Cerebellar activation associated with model-based estimation of tool-use consequences

Fig. 2

Examples of target and cursor movements in the Precise (a, blue line), Obscure (b, green line), and No (c, red line) conditions. Thin black lines are target trajectories and colored lines are the mean cursor movements across participants. Colored shaded areas represent the standard deviation of the mean. Gray shaded areas represent periods of visual instruction for specifying task conditions. Note that in the No condition (c), visual feedback for cursor position was occasionally provided as indicated by blue lines. These periods in the No condition was treated as the Precise condition in data analysis

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