Data from: Adaptation to hand-tapping affects sensory processing of numerosity directly: evidence from reaction times and confidence

Paula A. Maldonado Moscoso, Guido Marco Cicchini, Roberto Arrighi & David C. Burr
Like most perceptual attributes, the perception of numerosity is susceptible to adaptation, both to prolonged viewing of spatial arrays and to repeated motor actions such as hand-tapping. However, the possibility has been raised that adaptation may reflect response biases rather than modification of sensory processing. To disentangle these two possibilities, we studied visual and motor adaptation of numerosity perception while measuring confidence and reaction-times. Both sensory and motor adaptation robustly distorted numerosity estimates, and these...
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