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Fig. 5 | Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Fig. 5

From: Dynamic prediction during perception of everyday events

Fig. 5

The panel on the left displays the results of the linear mixed effects model for the first study. The y-axis displays the beta values representing the amount of time participants spent looking at the target object during each of the six 500-ms bins. The panel on the right displays the same information for the second study. The x-axis for both figures displays the six bins, where the leftmost bin on each x-axis represents the time farthest away from contact and the rightmost bin represents the time closest to contact. The red line displays predictive looking collapsed across boundary types (fine, coarse, both fine and coarse). The blue line displays predictive looking when there were no event boundaries nearby (within events). Error bars depict 95% confidence intervals calculated based on between-subjects effects

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