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Correction

Correction: How Awareness Changes the Relative Weights of Evidence During Human Decision-Making

  • Floris P. de Lange,
  • Simon van Gaal,
  • Victor A. F. Lamme,
  • Stanislas Dehaene
  • Published: March 13, 2013
  • DOI: 10.1371/annotation/10373881-f9b9-4ca9-8121-3ea8b6fc0dc5

In the fifth sentence of the third paragraph of the "Behavioral Markers of Evidence Accumulation Over Time" section of the Results, the relevant sentence should be: We observed a monotonically increasing impact of arrows on the decision as a function of time for HV stimuli (T15=3.74, p=0.002), while this modulation of time was not significantly present for LV stimuli (T15=1.36, p=0.19), leading to a significant interaction (T15=2.90, p=0.011, Figure 1F).