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All objects were modeled in 3D Studio Max 4.0 (Discreet, Montreal, Quebec), and were illuminated by an ambient light source so that all surface features were uniformly visible. The rendered images were 256-level greyscale bitmap images. Fig. 1b shows example objects for in-depth (top row) and picture-plane (bottom row) rotations. The objects subtended, on average 8.5��?��?8.5�� of visual angle and were of high contrast (see Fig. 1). The experiment was conducted on a Macintosh G5 computer under the control of the Video and Psych ToolBox extensions for MATLAB (Brainard, 1997?and?Pelli, 1997). Stimuli were presented on a 20? in. Apple Studio Display (model M6204), with a resolution of 1024?��?864 pixels and a refresh rate LMTK2 of 75?Hz. Each subject was seated in a darkened room, and viewed the stimuli binocularly with a chin/forehead rest stabilizing the subject��s head. At the viewing distance of 60?cm, the entire display subtended 37��?��?28�� of visual angle. The paradigm was a sequential matching task in which subjects were shown two stimuli and judged, as quickly and as accurately as possible, whether the two stimuli were the same object or different objects. On each experimental U0126 trial subjects saw the first stimulus for 600?ms, followed by a blank inter-stimulus interval (ISI) of 300?ms, followed by a second stimulus, which stayed on the screen until the subject responded. Half the trials were same object trials, the other half different object trials. The viewpoint (in depth) or orientation (in the picture plane) of the first stimulus was always chosen to be the frontal view of the object. The second object was rotated by 0�� (same view), 36��, 72��, 108��, 144��, 180��. The experiment Romidepsin in vivo consisted of two blocks: in one block the object was rotated in the picture plane (picture-plane rotation), and in the other block the object was rotated around its own axis (in-depth rotation). Block order was randomized for each subject. For each block, eight of the nine objects were randomly chosen as stimuli. In each block of the experiment there were 12 different conditions (2 trial types (same/different))?��?6 angles (0��, 36��, 72��, 108��, 144��, 180��). Each subject performed 24 trials per condition (four repetitions per object), resulting in a total of 288 trials per block and 576 trials for the whole experiment. Within each block, the trials were randomized. For different trials, a random object was chosen from the remaining seven objects. An initial 2(age)?��?2(sex)?��?2(rotation axis)?��?2(trial type)?��?6(rotation angle) ANOVA of RTs of correct responses found significant differences between same and different trials (F(1,?24)?=?34.4, p?<?0.001).</div>
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