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<p>The files presented here are the data files for the manuscript <em>Increased perceptual distraction and task demand enhances gaze and non-biological cuing effects</em>. This has been accepted for publication in Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. The Author copy of the publication can be found <a href="https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343402817_Increased_perceptual_distraction_and_task_demand_enhances_gaze_and_non-biological_cuing_effects" rel="nofollow">here</a></p> <p>The data for each study is presented in its raw format, and in the processed format analysed for the manuscript. Both csv and txt file formats are provided.</p> <p>The raw data files contain the RT and accuracy data for each trial. Trials are presented in the order seen by the participant and each trial type is noted - see data dictionary. </p> <p>For each participant, the processed data files contain: Median RTs for correct response trials and accuracy data. These are presented for each of the experimental conditions</p> <p>Please note, for the manuscript, participant 29 from study 1 was excluded, and participants 108, 117, 122 and 125 were excluded from study 2. These are included in the uploaded data sets.<br> Participant 140 in study 2 was tested by an RA, but should not have been included in data collection due to being aged over 60. </p>
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