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Figure 3: Illustration of the probabilities of responding on stop-signal trials based on the horserace model (Logan and Cowan, 1984), given the distribution of no-signal reaction times (primary task reaction time), the stop-signal delay, and the stop-signal reaction time. Probability of responding on stop-signal trials is represented by the area under the curve to the left of the dashed line. Image courtesy: Verbruggen et al., 2008

Figure 3: Illustration of the probabilities of responding on stop-signal trials based on the horserace model (Logan and Cowan, 1984), given the distribution of no-signal reaction times (primary task reaction time), the stop-signal delay, and the stop-signal reaction time. Probability of responding on stop-signal trials is represented by the area under the curve to the left of the dashed line. Image courtesy: Verbruggen <i>et al</i>., 2008