Negative Correlation Between Problem Accuracy and Brain Activity During RAPM Problem

Contributed by stocco on Dec. 29, 2020

Collection: Individual Differences in Reward‐Based Learning Predict Fluid Reasoning Abilities

Description: Negative correlation between mean brain activity while solving a RAPM problem and the mean problem accuracy (i.e., probability of solving it). NOTE: The T-value is inverted because the linear model had a negative sign, i.e., -1*Accuracy ~ Beta. This was required by SPM, who reports only positive T values.

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