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infant, through the pupil, and off the mirror was recorded by the camera at a temporal resolution of 60 Hz. To minimize outside light entry and distraction inside the crib, black felt curtains were drawn over and around the crib. Figure 1. Image of the specialized crib used with infants, showing the
error). While black points indicate effect sizes actually observed, white ones indicate data estimated as missing due to potential publication bias. 3.1.2. Moderators of Action Shift The difference in the type of SD used to calculate d did not have systematic influence on the d of action shifts [ F
black, or sometimes grey, or even white, fairly thick outline very significantly changes their hue. A black lining gives the colors a precious jewel-like quality, a bit like the effect one sees in church windows in which colored glass panes are held by leaden strips (Note 4; Chevreuil, 1839 ; Bezold
learn a new causal model (by way of an interventional learning task). The causal model to which the subjects became acquainted in the training phase was the following: the collision of a green square with a black platform causes the transformation of a red rectangle into a star (let us call this the
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button). Participants were explicitly told to respond as accurately as possible as opposed to responding quickly. Visual stimuli were presented in the form of a 0.4° white circle (49.3 cd/m 2 ) against a black background (0.3 cd/m 2 ), which appeared 2° below the fixation cross for 17 ms. They were
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
.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