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Corresponding publication: *Hanning, N. M., Himmelberg, M. M., & Carrasco, M. (2022). Presaccadic attention enhances contrast sensitivity, but not at the upper vertical meridian. iScience.* ---------- **File description** Individual eyetracking (**eyedata**) and behavioral data (**behavdata**). ---------- **behavdata** contains matrices with the following columns: #01 condition number (0: fixation, 2: saccade) #02 block number #03 trial number #04 cue direction (1:right, 2:upper, 3:left, 4:lower; 13:neutral-horizontal, 24:neutral-vertical) #05 test location (1:right, 2:upper, 3:left, 4:lower) #06 trial type (0:neutral, 1:valid, 2:invalid) #07 staircase number #08 Gabor contrast #09 tilt angle: (-1: left; 1: right) #10 correctness of response (1: correct; 0: incorrect) ----------
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