The optimal experimental design for Multiple Alternatives Perceptual Search

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Description: Data and stimulus materials for our experiments on decision and response biases in Multiple Alternatives Perceptual Search experiments

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    Perceptual bias is inherent to all our senses, particularly in the form of visual illusions and aftereffects. However, many experiments measuring perc...

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    Perceptual bias is inherent to all our senses, particularly in the form of visual illusions and aftereffects. However, many experiments measuring perc...

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    Perceptual bias is inherent to all our senses, particularly in the form of visual illusions and aftereffects. However, many experiments measuring perc...

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