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

Fig 7

Performance across the different expectation conditions, collapsed across spatial frequency, in the Perception Of Meaning task.

Data plotted 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 lines in panels a and b represent chance performance (yes-no task), whereas the reference line at β = 1 in panel d 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 7

doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0150615.g007