Counter-balancing with increase()Jaap Murre
This script gives an example of counter-balancing. Note that the output is shown in the so called console window (open with F12 on Windows or Cmd-Option-J on Mac). More information about the increase() and how it is implemented can be found in the free NeuroTask Scripting book.
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