Research data supporting "How does the human visual system compare the speeds of spatially separated objects?"
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Mollon, J. (2020). Research data supporting "How does the human visual system compare the speeds of spatially separated objects?" [Dataset]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.51342
The titles of the excel files indicate the experiments they correspond to in the PLOS ONE paper they accompany. Within each file, there are separate pages corresponding to individual participants and a final page giving averages. There are separate tables on each page for discrimination thresholds and for response times (which are given in milliseconds).
The tables are constructed with excel. The titles of the individual files indicate which experiments they correspond to. Within each file, a separate page is devoted to each anonymised participant (S1, S2 etc) and a final page is devoted to averages. The tables give the data for individual sessions of the experiment. Response times are in milliseconds.
visual field, speed discrimination, motion perception, perceptual decision, neural code, neural net, brain laterality, hemifield, communications network
This record's DOI: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.51342
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