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Table 1 Results of the experimental test

From: Effect of noise in processing of visual information

Subject 1. Both correct 2. One correct 4. Both incorrect 5. No answer
  Higher Lower Higher Lower Higher Lower Higher Lower
1 38 40 111 117 251 243 0 0
2 60 63 143 114 197 223 0 0
3 62 65 80 71 257 264 1 0
4 62 68 141 149 194 179 3 4
5 9 11 105 110 279 274 7 5
6 35 43 109 119 256 238 0 0
7 54 62 84 77 261 261 1 0
8 86 90 182 187 131 123 1 0
9 47 48 104 105 247 245 2 2
AV 50.33 54.44 117.7 116.6 230 228 1.67 1.22
RD 0.075   -0.009   0.011   0.364  
p-value 0.0015   0.79   0.57   0.17  
  1. Numbers of answers for individual subjects at the higher and the lower noise level indicated that 1) both faces were recognised correctly and in right order; 2) the first or the second face was recognised correctly and in right order; 3) both faces were recognised incorrectly or in wrong order and 4) the subject was not able to answer. The average values (AV), relative difference (RD) in average numbers of answers and p-values between the results in the higher and the lower noise conditions for a group are presented.