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Table 1. 

Correlation between Motion Parameters and Behavior

During Task RunsDuring Rest Runs
Maximum DisplacementMaximum RotationMean Frame-to-Frame DisplacementMaximum DisplacementMaximum RotationMean Frame-to-Frame Displacement
Accuracy −.04 −.18 −.09 −.29 −.22 −.21 
RT variability .18 .26 .08 .31* .23 .09 
Alerting .07 .22 .27 .00 .10 .25 
Orienting −.18 −.09 −.05 −.26 .01 −.10 
Executive control .32* .29 .22 .17 .21 .22 
During Task RunsDuring Rest Runs
Maximum DisplacementMaximum RotationMean Frame-to-Frame DisplacementMaximum DisplacementMaximum RotationMean Frame-to-Frame Displacement
Accuracy −.04 −.18 −.09 −.29 −.22 −.21 
RT variability .18 .26 .08 .31* .23 .09 
Alerting .07 .22 .27 .00 .10 .25 
Orienting −.18 −.09 −.05 −.26 .01 −.10 
Executive control .32* .29 .22 .17 .21 .22 

Cells contain Spearman's correlation coefficients. Maximum displacement is the average maximum displacement in millimeters across runs; maximum rotation is the average maximum rotation in degrees across runs. Mean frame-to-frame displacement is the average displacement in millimeters from one frame to the next.

*

p < .05 uncorrected.

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