Figure 3.

Just noticeable differences. (A) Just noticeable differences (JNDs) for exposure effects. The ANOVA revealed no significant main (tests: F(1,8) = .04, p = .85; auditory conditions: F(2,16) = 2.52, p = .11) and interaction effects (F(2,16) = 1.28, p = .30) with regard to the comparison between the pre and post tests. A similar result was obtained for the test session 2 days after the exposure; the main (tests: F(1,8) = .07, p = .42; auditory conditions: F(2,16) = .93, p = .41) and interaction effects (F(2,16) = .83, p = .45) were not significant. (B) JNDs for the left visual field. The ANOVA revealed no significant main (exposures: F(1,8) = 1.71, p = .22; auditory conditions: F(2,16) = .99, p = .39) and interaction effects (F(2,16) = .35, p = .71). (C) JNDs at 10 deg of eccentricity. The ANOVA revealed no significant main (exposures: F(1,8) = 1.01, p = .35; auditory conditions: F(2,16) = 1.91, p = .18) and interaction effects (F(2,16) = .81, p = .46). 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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