Table 3

The effects of cueing on proportions and pupil size in the control experiment

ProportionsPupil size
Modulation index: no cue vs. cueingt(9) = 5.66*
p < 0.001
logBF = 2.04
t(9) = 0.66
p = 0.52
logBF = −0.43
25% contrast increment
vs cueing
t(9) = 5.46*
p < 0.001
logBF = 1.95
t(9) = 0.41
p = 0.69
logBF = −0.48
50% contrast increment
 vs cueing
t(9) = 2.43*
p = 0.04
logBF = 0.33
t(9) = 0.52
p = 0.61
logBF = −0.45
100% contrast increment
 vs cueing
t(9) = 0.77
p = 0.46
logBF = −0.40
t(9) = 3.29*
p = 0.01
logBF = 0.81
150% contrast increment
 vs cueing
t(9) = 3.83*
p = 0.004
logBF = 1.11
t(9) = 4.73*
p = 0.001
logBF = 1.58
  • Modulation indices from the control experiment: comparison of attention cueing versus no cue (first row) and attention cueing versus contrast enhancement by 25%, 50%, 100%, and 150%. * for p < 0.05 or lower.