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Sensitivity and Bias in the Discrimination of 2D and 3D Motion Direction. E.A. Cooper, M. van Ginkel, and B. Rokers Journal of Vision, 16(10):5, 2016 http://jov.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2543587 Each mat file contains a data matrix for one of the experimental conditions. Each row is a single trial, columns are as follows: (1) condition number (1 = near, 2 = mid, 3 = far, 4 = monocular) (2) participant number (1-6) (3) angular location in the visual field (90 = upper visual field, 270 = lower visual field) (4) speed (deg/sec/eye) (5) direction (towards/left = -1 away/right = 1) (6) participant response (towards/left = -1 away/right = 1) Also included is a fusible stereo movie illustrating two trials from the experiment.