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You Don’t See What I See: Individual Differences in the Perception of Meaning from Visual Stimuli

Fig 6

Mean performance on the Perception Of Meaning task in Experiment 2.

Data shown separately for individuals scoring below and above the median on the UnEx subscale of the O-LIFE (N = 94, error bars represent ±95% confidence intervals). The reference line at 0.5 in panel a represents chance performance in the yes-no task, whereas the reference line at β = 1.0 in panel c represents the point of no response bias for an unbiased responder. A β value less than 1 indicates a bias toward saying a face was present in a noise-only stimulus.

Fig 6

doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0150615.g006