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An Easy Way to Show Memory Color Effects

Witzel, Christoph

This dataset supplements the following article:

Witzel, C. (2016). An Easy Way to Show Memory Color Effects. i-Perception, 7(5), 1-11. doi:10.1177/2041669516663751; http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/2041669516663751

The Excell file includes three sheets. In all sheets, rows correspond to participants, the three first columns provide sex, age, and colour deficiency (0 = colour deficient, 1 = non-deficient). The columns "memcol" provide the main data, i.e. the choice between the grey and the bluish version of the respective stimulus.

Sheet 1: Study1

Data corresponds to Figure 3: memcol1 = disk, memcol2 = banana.

Sheet 2: Study2a

Data corresponds to Figure 4: memcol1 = disk, memcol2 = banana, memcol3-6 = Mix1-4.

Sheet 3: Study2b

Data corresponds to Figure 5: memcol1-4 = Mix1-4.

The work was supported by ERC Advanced grant ''FEEL'' No 323674 to J. Kevin O'Regan and by grant ''Cardinal Mechanisms of Perception'' No SFB TRR 135 from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.
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