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Fig. 6 | Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

Fig. 6

From: The effect of expertise, target usefulness and image structure on visual search

Fig. 6

A visualization of the interactions for the speed–accuracy data (measured using Balanced Integration Scores) in the Spot-the-Difference task. We present the three-way interaction (left) comparing experts and novices for each type of change for the intact trials (a) and scrambled trials (b). We also present all three two-way interactions (ce). In all but panel e, the expert data are colored purple and the novice data yellow. Each participant’s individual performance is represented by the small circles, with grey lines connecting every expert to their yoked novice ‘twin’. The distributions depict the overlap in each group’s performance, the red error bars represent the confidence interval around each cell mean, and a red line connects the group means for each cell. e Depicts the final two-way interaction comparing performance at finding more useful changes (blue) and less useful changes (orange) overall with each participant’s data connected by a grey line

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