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Reducing alertness does not affect line bisection bias in neurotypical participants

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posted on 2024-02-12, 10:37 authored by Stefan Smaczny, Dominik Bauder, Christoph Sperber, Hans-Otto Karnath, Bianca de HaanBianca de Haan

This OSF page contains the data and analysis code underlying the Smaczny et al. study "Reducing alertness does not affect line bisection bias in neurotypical participants".

  • McInt_Vig_04-20.csv and McInt_Vig_cue_04-20.csv contain, for each participant, all bisection measures derived without cues and with cues, respectively.
  • McInt_Vig_vig.csv contains the reaction times of participants to the vigilance task.
  • A README-file with more information is included in rawdata.zip.

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This work was supported by an internal Brunel Research Initiative & Enterprise Fund (BRIEF) award (1073 to BdH) as well as the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (KA 1258/23-1 AOBJ 632333)

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