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200] relative brightness) near the top of the screen and a visual stimulus centered 3.5 inches (8.9 cm; 9.9° visual angle) below the fixation cross. The visual stimuli were either a black sharp-edged disk (1 inch in diameter; 2.5 cm; 2.9°; 110 pixels) or a gradient disk (black center fading to white

In: Multisensory Research

.1.2.1. Stimuli and Procedure. A black fixation point (0.46° in diameter) was presented on the center of a mid-gray background. Subjects were told to maintain a good fixation throughout an experimental session. During adaptation, subjects were presented with two full-contrast vertical gratings in the upper and

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easier to implement a generic visual stimulus, and (3) to minimize any potential interference from additional cognitive processing that may be required from speech lipreading. The generic visual stimulus consisted of a yellow circle on a black background presented in the center of the screen (Fig. 3

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EyeMusic visual-to-auditory SSD transforms visual images into audio soundscapes (Abboud et al. , 2014; Levy-Tzedek et al. , 2012). This transformation preserves colors, shapes, and location information. Five colors, white, blue, yellow, green and red, are mapped to different musical instruments. Black

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.01 ; 40% noise : t ( 22 ) = − 2.88 , p = 0.004 ], allowing us to conclude that the observed difference between proportions of the two types of errors was statistically equivalent to zero. Figure 5 depicts these results as mean difference values (black squares) in each noise level, with 90% TOST

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retina itself. Figure 3 shows a famous example of a Dalmatian in Snow wherein the incompleteness of boundaries comes from the visual environment. When we first look at this picture, it may just look like an array of black splotches of different sizes, densities, and orientations across the picture

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–Salovey–Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT V. 2.0, n = 32 ). 2.2. Procedure The research consisted of two parts: (1) rubber hand illusion induction and (2) completing the questionnaires. 2.3. Rubber Hand Illusion Induction Participants sat at a table with a black pelerine extending from their neck to the

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suboptimal model. The dual modality data was estimated from an average of the SD in conflict 1 and conflict 2. Participants with ASC are represented in bold blue font and NT participants in black (with crosshatch). The edges of each box represent the upper and lower quartile; the whiskers represents the most

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items, see Schneider et al ., 2008 for details). Photographs were converted into grayscale and presented on a black background. They were positioned centrally on a computer monitor. Their sizes varied between 3 cm and 23 cm horizontally and vertically. The sounds were recordings of complex sounds of

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velocities: −24, −12, 12 or 24 cm/s). The black disc represents the position at which the target appeared. Participants needed to put their finger on the home position, indicated by the grey disc, to start each trial. The solid lines represent the part of the path during which the target was visible. The

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