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Human Preferences for Symmetry: Subjective Experience, Cognitive Conflict and Cortical Brain Activity

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Differences in Performance on the OC-CIT.

Subjects had significantly higher reaction times (A) and made significantly more errors (B) during the congruent sorting task than during the incongruent sorting task, regardless of the ordering of these tasks. Bars represent mean ± standard error. Asterisks indicate a significant (p<0.05) difference between the bars for the congruent and incongruent tasks.

Figure 1