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<p>This site contains supplementary material for a book chapter in a forthcoming book on model-based neuroscience.</p> <p>Due to a last minute change from the publisher the chapter had to be considerably shortened. </p> <p>The pdf of supplementary material contains sections that were removed from the paper that:</p> <p>a) Provide background on how hierarchical Bayesian models work;</p> <p>b) Provide and example application.</p> <p>The site also has an RData object (PNAS.RData) containing two R data frames:</p> <p>a) covariates: the Basal Ganglia and PreSMA measurements for each participant (designated by the row names).</p> <p>b) data: an R data frame with the data for the example application. The columns of this data frame are</p> <p>1) s: subjects factor 2) trial: trial number 3) S: stimulus factor (left or right motion) 4) R: response (LEFT or RIGHT) 5) RT: response time in seconds 6) C: response score (boolean) 7) E: emphasis on accuracy/speed/neutral</p>
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