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Fig. 2 | Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Fig. 2

From: Dynamic prediction during perception of everyday events

Fig. 2

The time course of one movie for a randomly chosen participant from Study 2. The x-axis displays the time in the movie in seconds. The blue and red lines depict fine and coarse boundaries, respectively. The dark green lines are the times of object contact. The light green shading depicts the 3000-ms interest period during which looking was measured. The inset zooms in on 40 s in the same movie to better show the relationships between event boundaries and object contacts. As is evident from this time course, it was possible for there to be multiple fine and course event boundaries during the three seconds before object contact. In addition, it was possible for there to be only fine, only coarse, or both fine and coarse boundaries within the three seconds before a given object contact

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