Action type anticipation and temporal effects in social interactions

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Description: This project explores the interplay between two mechanisms shaping action control in social interactions, i.e., action-effect anticipation and temporal adaptation. To see the pre-registrations made for this project, click on the experiment of interest, and then select "registrations" from the menu above. This project has been accepted for publicaton as: Lelonkiewicz, J. R., Gambi, C., Weller, L., & Pfister, R. (xxxx). Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 0(0), 0-0. In the project structure below, experiment numbering is somewhat different than in the publication: Experiment 1 here corresponds to Experiment 1 in the publication, Experiment 2a corresponds to Experiment 2, Experiment 2b to Experiment 3, and Experiment 3 to Experiment 4.

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