Big-M-Small-N Temporal-Order Judgment Data
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, theory of visual attention
We present a large and precise data set of temporal-order judgments on visual stimuli. Stimulus asynchronies ranged from 0 to 80 ms in steps of 6.67 ms. The data set includes salience-based attention manipulation driven by one target's orientation compared to background elements (either zero or 90 degrees). Each of 25 stimulus asynchronies was sampled with at least 196 repetitions (and beyond 400 repetitions in two participants). Furthermore, fixation, an important concern in studies on covert attention, was monitored. Precise data are helpful for answering theoretical questions in psychology. For some questions such as model comparisons, they may even be necessary. Three different example models are fitted to the data.