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Fig. 2 | Molecular Autism

Fig. 2

From: Visuo-tactile integration in autism: atypical temporal binding may underlie greater reliance on proprioceptive information

Fig. 2

Predictions. Key: Ticks = choose synchronous hand significantly above chance. Question marks = may choose synchronous hand significantly above chance. Crosses = do not choose the synchronous hand significantly above chance. Children in the control groups were predicted to choose the synchronous hand across all conditions, provided they could detect and distinguish it from the asynchronous hand. If children in the ASD group have an over-reliance on proprioception, they should choose the synchronous hand in all the congruent conditions but in none of the incongruent conditions. If children in the ASD group have temporally extended visuo-tactile binding, they should choose the synchronous hand in both congruent and incongruent conditions, but only at longer delay lengths, relative to the control group

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