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<p><strong>Data Files</strong></p> <p>SupplementaryData1.csv contains data for the Natural Human Motion vs. Control Stimuli contrast. </p> <p>SupplementaryData2.csv contains data for the Machine-Like Motion vs. Control Stimuli contrast. </p> <p>SupplementaryData3.csv contains data for the Natural Human Motion vs. Machine-Like Motion contrast. </p> <p><strong>Column Names</strong> </p> <p><strong>PID</strong> - participant code </p> <p><strong>AQ</strong> - Autism Quotient Score</p> <p><strong>SRS</strong> - Social Responsiveness Scale Score</p> <p><strong>EHI LQ</strong> - Handedness (Oldfield, 1971)</p> <p><strong>Age</strong> - Age of participants </p> <p><strong>Gender</strong> - Gender of participants (1 = Male, 2 = Female)</p> <p><strong>Stimulus Category</strong> - Stimulus Category of Left Box</p> <p>(<em>Natural Motion vs Control 1 = Natural Motion, -1 = Control</em> </p> <p><em>Machine Motion vs Control 1 = Machine Motion, -1 = Control</em> </p> <p><em>Natural Motion vs Machine Motion 1 = Natural Motion, -1 = Machine Motion</em>)</p> <p><strong>Choice_Keyboard</strong> - whether participant chose to open left or right box (0 = right box, 1 = left box)</p> <p><strong>Relative Effort</strong> - Effort to open left box (locks on left - locks on right) </p> <p><strong>BoxColourCondition</strong> - Which colour condition participant was assigned to (3 possible conditions) </p>
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