Dual-target search: Datasets for Experiment 1 and 2

2019-04-05T14:47:22Z (GMT) by Douglas Barrett Oliver Zobay
Data files contain summary data for participants in Experiments 1 and 2 reported in a submitted manuscript entitled, "Concurrent evaluation of independently cued features during perceptual decisions and saccadic targeting in visual search."<div><br></div><div>gDataExp1.xlsx: Proportion of correct responses. The experiment used a 2 (search type: single- vs. dual-target) x 2 (target-present vs. -absent) x 3 (set size: 1, 2 & 4) factorial design. Columns represent cells in the factorial design and headings contain the following notation:</div><div>"sT" and "dT" = single- and dual-target searches</div><div>"1", "2" and "4" are set sizes</div><div>"H" and "CR" are hits and correct rejections. </div><div><br></div><div>gDataExp2.xlsx.Proportion of 1st fixations and saccadic latencies to targets and distractors during overt search. The experiment used a 2 (search type: single- vs. dual-target) x 3 (object: cued-target, similar distractor & dissimilar distractor) factorial design. Columns represent cells in the factorial design and headings contain the following notation:</div><div>"T1" = cued-target</div><div>"D1" = similar distractor</div><div>"D2" = dissimilar distractor</div><div><br></div><div> </div>