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Fig. 2 | BMC Neurology

Fig. 2

From: Why use a mirror to assess visual pursuit in prolonged disorders of consciousness? Evidence from healthy control participants

Fig. 2

a Fixation behaviour across trials. Bars show 95% confidence intervals. b Single-subject distributions of fixations across trials. Each row of each panel shows data from one participant separated into ten bins across the horizontal plane of pursuit. Right-hand images highlight greater foci of fixations at the tails during reflected-own-face pursuit

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