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Fig. 6 | Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Fig. 6

From: Interaction of oculomotor and manual behavior: evidence from simulated driving in an approach–avoidance steering task

Fig. 6

Temporal sequence of steering and gaze behavior dependent on task and block type. Mean frequency of trials with the observed temporal sequence of steering and gaze behavior dependent on task (approach vs avoid) and block type (constant task vs mixed task). Parallel indicates that gaze and steering RT are initiated simultaneously, “gaze first steering second” indicates that the gaze response preceded the steering response (and vice versa for “steering first gaze second”). Error bars represent 95% confidence intervals

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