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Supplementary Information Appendix for The mirror game as a paradigm for studying the dynamics
 

Summary: Supplementary Information Appendix for
The mirror game as a paradigm for studying the dynamics
of two people improvising motion together
L. Noy, E. Dekel & U. Alon
Table of Contents
1. Distribution of timing differences in zero velocity events between the two players
shows many stopping events more precise than 100ms
2. Precision in position data is similar to that in velocity data
3. Precision of velocity traces (dV) binned according to frequency shows that for
experts, JI is more accurate than LF
4. Histogram of frequencies of LF and JI
5. Complexity of JI rounds is at least as large as LF rounds based on wavelet measure
and human rater scoring
6. Examples of jitter and co-confident motion
7. Distribution of co-confident period duration
8. JI round which is mostly co-confident motion
9. Co-confident motion is as complex as average motion of leaders in LF rounds
10. Non co-confident motion in JI rounds is more accurate than LF motion
11. Novices have lower velocity range, complexity and precision than experts
12. Novices show better performance in LF than in JI rounds

  

Source: Alon, Uri - Departments of Molecular Cell Biology & Physics of Complex Systems, Weizmann Institute of Science

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine