Figure 2.

Results for selectivity of the visual field. (A) SMNPs for the left visual field. The ANOVA with exposures (2; right-/left-side) × auditory conditions (3) showed the significant interaction effect between the factors (F(2, 16) = 5.68, p < .05). As for a simple main effect of the auditory conditions in the left-side exposure (F(2, 32) = 12.60, p < .001), the post hoc test revealed that the SMNPs were different among the auditory conditions (p < .05). In contrast, the simple main effect of the auditory conditions in the right-side exposure was not significant (F(2, 32) = .16, p = .85). (B) SMNPs at 10 deg of eccentricity. The ANOVA with exposures (2; 5/10 deg) × auditory conditions (3) showed the significant interaction effect between the factors (F(2, 16) = 8.39, p < .005). With regard to a simple main effect of the auditory conditions at 10 deg of eccentricity (F(2, 32) = 21.12, p < .001), the post hoc test revealed that the SMNPs were different among the auditory conditions (p < .05). The simple main effect of the auditory conditions at 5 deg of eccentricity was not significant (F(2, 32) = .29, p = .75). Error bars denote the standard error of the mean.

Hidaka et al. BMC Neuroscience 2011 12:44   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-12-44
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