Figure 1.

Schematic representation of the events in a go trial with an early precue. In each trial a warning signal and a response signal were presented. The precue was presented at either 600 ms (early precue) or 100 ms (late precue) before the response signal. A response was required in go trials only (green coloured response signal; 80% probability). In a random 280 (~78%) of the 360 early-precue trials, TMS was applied at either 900, 300, or 100 ms before, or 250 ms after the response signal. A trial can be divided into three epochs. The epoch before the precue is termed the baseline interval; the epoch between precue and response signal is termed the preparatory interval; the epoch after the response signal is termed the response interval. These epochs are marked using shades of grey, also in the following figures.

van Elswijk et al. BMC Neuroscience 2008 9:51   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-9-51
Download authors' original image