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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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stimuli were simultaneously presented. Participants were required to adjust the physical target diameter to the reference ball that is held in their hands. The visual stimuli were sequences of five white circles presented on a black OLED monitor screen (SONY PVM-A170, 60 Hz refresh rate) located 100 cm in

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black dot represents the starting point (and the initial position of the participants); the dark grey areas represent the object locations (two points); the light grey areas represent the object surroundings (one point). 2.1.3. Experimental Design We employed an experimental design with two independent

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, 1995), consumers’ rating of preferences (Darden and Ashton, 1974), shopping motives (Babin et al ., 1994; Dawson et al ., 1990; Westbrook and Black, 1985), and the link made by consumers between usage and shopping phases (Inès and Herbert, 2016). However, there little systematic study has been made

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, 2019]. Colliva A. ( 2014 ). Mat Collishaw , in: Black Mirror , exhibition catalogue , pp. 3 – 5 , Galleria Borghese , Rome, Italy . Coltheart M. ( 1980 ). Iconic memory and visible persistence, Percept . Psychophys. 27 ( 3 ), 183 – 228 . Crary J

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represented for each visibility condition (full vision vs no vision vs vision through glass). Each colored line represents one of the 23 participants, while the black line represents the group average. The ANOVA of the PSS values did not show a significant main effect of the factor visibility [ F ( 2 , 22

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loudspeakers were positioned on either side of the monitor, 27° to the left and right of fixation and approximately 3.5° below fixation. Visual stimuli were presented on a black background (RGB = 0, 0, 0). A small grey cross (RGB = 100, 100, 100; 0.8° × 0.8°) was presented at the center of the display

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shoulder. The joysticks were hidden underneath by a tablecloth covering the shelf. All participants were able to reach and grasp the joysticks comfortably without seeing them. The computer display showed two white dots on a black background, one above the other. The top dot was controlled by the left

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color red, blue, or green (duration ∼250 ms, ∼75 dB) and was presented in a female voice from speakers placed bilaterally to the computer screen. Visual Alone . The unisensory visual stimulus was a circle (diameter 300 mm) filled with the color red, blue, or green on a black background that lasted for

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constant velocity of 1.74 m/s relative to a 3-D cloud consisting of 3000 purple circular elements presented on a black background. The dimensions of this 3-D cloud were 6.8 m wide × 7.8 m high × 13.7 m deep. The circular elements remained the same optical size (0.2° × 0.2°) throughout these self

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