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Age-Dependent Face Detection and Face Categorization Performance

Figure 2

Correctness data split by age classes for the age (red, unfilled dots) and the gender (black, filled dots) decision task, respectively.

Error cars indicate 95%-confidence intervals. Additional information given by “n.s.” show non-significant pairwise comparisons, e.g. the pairwise comparison between age group “01-05” was not significant when compared with “06-10” and “81-88”, meaning all other comparisons were significant at the Bonferroni adjusted level (see body text for more information on the alpha-error correction).

Figure 2