Figure 6.

Test-retest reliability (A) and correlation of the Change-N1m amplitude with %PPI (B~D).A, plots of the amplitude of the Test-evoked response to the Test alone stimulus in Experiment 2 against that in Experiment 1 of both hemispheres of all the subjects. B, correlation between the amplitude of the Test-evoked response to the Test-alone stimulus and %PPI for the 3-dB prepulse condition in Experiment 1. C, correlation between the amplitude of the Test-evoked response to the Test-alone stimulus and %PPI for the 50-ms ISI condition in Experiment 2. D, correlation between the Prepulse-evoked amplitude and %PPI for the 3-dB condition in Experiment 1. All the results show that subjects with a greater Test-evoked response have a greater Prepulse-evoked response and are more strongly inhibited by the prepulse at least under these conditions.

Inui et al. BMC Neuroscience 2012 13:135   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-13-135
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