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  • Did you recognise the image?
  • Close your left eye
  • Only if its re-flashed to my same eye.
  • Name the two objects
  • A spoon and?
  • A picture was flashed to either the left or right visual field. The participant was shown the image again to either the same or the other visual field and asked whether they recognised the object
  • A visual stimulus was flashed to either the left or the right visual field, and the participant described it. The participants could only describe the objects flashed to the right visual field
  • What are you going to draw?
  • Toad
  • I am going to draw a toad and then a stool.
  • Stool
  • A visual stimulus was flashed to either the left or right visual field. The participant then pointed to that object. Participants could correctly point to an object presented to the LVF or RVF
  • Two different figures were flashed to the left and right visual field. The participant drew what they had seen with their left hand (hidden from view). They then said what they had drawn without looking. Participants could draw what they had seen in the left visual field, but when asked what they had drawn said whatever had entered the Right visual field.
  • Two small words which together made one were flashed so one fell in the left and the other fell in the right visual field. Participants indicated recognition by: searching a hidden selection for the object, naming it, or writing the name. Recognition of simultaneously presented stimuli differed according to the modality of the response.
  • The participant was asked to say or to write the name of an object they were holding, or to retrieve an object they had held. Only objects held in the right hand could be named. Objects held in either hand can be retrieved either immediately or after a delay, but only by the same hand.
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