Table 1

The effects of cueing on proportions and pupil size

ProportionsPupil size
Dominant perceptF(1,37) = 146.46*
p < 0.001
logBF = 30.54
ηp2 = 0.80
F(1,37) = 46.09*
p < 0.001
logBF = 22.52
ηp2 = 0.55
Rivalry typeF(1,37) = 82.62*
p < 0.001
logBF = 25.49
ηp2 = 0.69
F(1,37) = 0.12
p = 0.73
logBF = −0.90
ηp2 = 0.003
Cued perceptF(1,37) = 5.37*
p = 0.03
logBF = −0.82
ηp2 = 0.13
F(1,37) = 1.91
p = 0.17
logBF = −0.78
ηp2 = 0.05
Dominant percept × rivalry typeF(1,37) = 0.99
p = 0.33
logBF = −0.62
ηp2 = 0.03
F(1,37) = 0.17
p = 0.68
logBF = −0.72
ηp2 = 0.005
Dominant percept × cued perceptF(1,37) = 32.96*
p < 0.001
logBF = 11.33
ηp2 = 0.47
F(1,37) = 1.78
p = 0.19
logBF = −0.53
ηp2 = 0.05
Rivalry type × cued perceptF(1,37) = 0.08
p = 0.77
logBF = −0.78
ηp2 = 0.002
F(1,37) = 1.92
p = 0.17
logBF = −0.54
ηp2 = 0.05
Dominant percept × rivalry type × cued perceptF(1,37) = 5.45*
p = 0.02
logBF = −0.11
ηp2 = 0.13
F(1,37) = 0.03
p = 0.85
logBF = −0.41
ηp2 < 0.001
  • Three-way ANOVA for attention cueing results, with factors: dominant percept (white/black disk), cueing (white/black cued), rivalry type (binocular/interocular grouping rivalry). These results were not affected by shifting the baseline or skipping this step (Extended Data Table 1-1). * for p < 0.05 or lower.