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Table 2. 

Mean Accuracy (Percent Correct ± Standard Error) in the Temporal and Spatial Dynamic Tasks as a Function of the Relative Magnitude of the Probe Compared with the Sample Stimulus

Temporal (%)Spatial (%)
Probe ≪ sample 81.25 (±5.24) 89.58 (±2.99) 
Probe < sample 71.88 (±5.74) 83.33 (±4.63) 
Probe = sample 51.30 (±3.21) 53.99 (±2.99) 
Probe > sample 66.93 (±4.91) 80.21 (±3.79) 
Probe ≫ sample 67.19 (±5.07) 89.58 (±2.99) 
Temporal (%)Spatial (%)
Probe ≪ sample 81.25 (±5.24) 89.58 (±2.99) 
Probe < sample 71.88 (±5.74) 83.33 (±4.63) 
Probe = sample 51.30 (±3.21) 53.99 (±2.99) 
Probe > sample 66.93 (±4.91) 80.21 (±3.79) 
Probe ≫ sample 67.19 (±5.07) 89.58 (±2.99) 

The probe could be much shorter (≪), slightly shorter (<), equal to (=), slightly longer (>), or much longer (≫) than the preceding sample in terms of either duration (temporal task) or distance (spatial task). Data are averaged across all three dynamic blocks.

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