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    Shape vs. word task using trials in which stimuli were identified as optical illusions in the shape task or as words in the word task.

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    <p>Note: R. = right, L. = left, BA = Brodmann area, dm = dorsomedial nucleus, vl = ventral lateral nucleus, p = pulvinar.</p><p>Shape vs. word task using trials in which stimuli were identified as optical illusions in the shape task or as words in the word task.</p

    Trials in which stimuli were not identified as optical illusions compared to baseline.

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    <p>Note: R. = right, L. = left, BA = Brodmann area.</p><p>Trials in which stimuli were not identified as optical illusions compared to baseline.</p

    The stimuli in the present experiment were illusory figures generated from many kana letters, which are Japanese phonograms.

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    <p>For example: (a) Müller-Lyer illusion with the Japanese phonogram “e,” (b) Jastrow illusion with the Japanese phonogram “to,” (c) Müller-Lyer illusion with the Japanese phonogram “hi,” and (d) Delboeuf illusion with the Japanese phonogram “hu.” Representation of the examples of a trial time course (e). Each stimulus appeared for 4 s, with an interstimulus interval of 9 s.</p

    Shape task vs. baseline.

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    <p>a: shape > baseline (identified as optical illusions: <i>p</i> < 0.05, family-wise error [FWE] corrected), b: shape > baseline (not identified as optical illusions: <i>p</i> < 0.05, FWE-corrected). IFG = inferior frontal gyrus, MFG = middle frontal gyrus, Th = thalamus, MOG = middle occipital gyrus.</p

    Trials in which stimuli were identified as optical illusions in the shape task compared to baseline.

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    <p>Note: R. = right, L. = left, BA = Brodmann area, dm = dorsomedial nucleus, vl = ventral lateral nucleus, p = pulvinar.</p><p>Trials in which stimuli were identified as optical illusions in the shape task compared to baseline.</p

    The four analyzed models having different matrix A structures (a).

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    <p>For details, see the “<a href="http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0128750#sec002" target="_blank">Materials and Methods</a>” section. Results of Bayesian model selection of the random effects design on the model levels. Model expected probability (b) and model exceedance probability (c). p = pulvinar.</p
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