Data from: A tilt after-effect for images of buildings: evidence of selectivity for the orientation of everyday scenes

Hussain Ismail AM, Solomon JA, Hansard M, Mareschal I

Date Published: October 26, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6pv38

 

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Description Raw Data files have been organized by unique initials of each observer who participated in the study (eg., 'AM'). Some observers participated in more than one test condition. Each Excel file corresponds to one unique observer. Each work-sheet within an Excel file corresponds to data from one test condition (eg., 'same house'). Within each work-sheet data for all 3 test blocks (baseline, CW adaptor and CCW adaptor) are given. For a given test block: Column 1: trial number Column 2: tilt of the 'pedestal' test stimulus (in degrees) Column 3: tilt of the 'comparison' test stimulus (in degrees) Column 4: spatial position of the 'pedestal' test (1 - left of fixation, 2 - right of fixation) Column 5: observer's response (97 - if the test stimulus to the left of fixation was chosen as appearing more upright or 98 - if the test stimulus to the right of fixation was chosen as appearing more upright) Note: For tilts of the 'pedestal' and 'comparison' test stimuli, positive tilts represent CCW rotations in the fronto-parallel plane and negative tilts represent CW rotations in the fronto-parallel plane.
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Hussain Ismail AM, Solomon JA, Hansard M, Mareschal I (2016) A tilt after-effect for images of buildings: evidence of selectivity for the orientation of everyday scenes. Royal Society Open Science 3(11): 160551. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.160551

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Hussain Ismail AM, Solomon JA, Hansard M, Mareschal I (2016) Data from: A tilt after-effect for images of buildings: evidence of selectivity for the orientation of everyday scenes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6pv38
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