Fig. 4: Global vs. local results. | Humanities and Social Sciences Communications

Fig. 4: Global vs. local results.

From: Our need for associative coherence

Fig. 4

a The results of the three blocks (baseline, associated, and non-associated). The number of times that participants chose the global property over the local property was higher in the associated block. No significant difference was found between the baseline and the associated block. The results in %. b The reaction time was found shorter in the associated block. c No significant difference was found in the number of times that participants chose the global property between the blocks indicates that the starting block did not affect the results. Purple, Baseline; Blue, Associated block; Red, Non-associated block. Error bars indicate the standard error of the mean, and asterisks indicate significant differences between conditions (**p < 0.001, *p < 0.05).

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