Bingyao Shen

Published: 14 April 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/dyfb2d2jhm.1
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Bingyao Shen

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In Experiment 1 (Exp1), the participants moved the cursor to hit the target under normal conditions when the target sizes were presented either blocked or alternately. In Experiment 2 (Exp2), the same was conducted on the participants after staying in a confined room 7 d before they left the capsule space. The third experiment aimed to determine whether trial history of the cursor-hitting movement was due to a task set or visuomotor memory. Movement time (MT) was defined as the time that the participants moved the cursor from the start box to the target. In Exp1, a 2 (time: the first measurement vs. the second measurement) × 2 (previous size: large vs. small) × 2 (current size: large vs. small) repeated measures ANOVA was conducted using MT. For movement time, in Exp2, A 2 (Condition: confined space vs. leaving the confined space) × 2 (Previous size: large vs. small) × 2 (Current size: large vs. small) repeated measures ANOVA was conducted for MT. In Exp3A, 2 (Target Size: large or small) × 2 (Presentation: alternating or random) repeated measures ANOVA was conducted for the MT of hits. In Exp3B, 2 (Target Size: large or small) × 2 (Presentation: blocked or with interference) repeated measures ANOVA was conducted. For changes in emotions, paired t-tests were conducted.

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