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Textual content (stimuli) will be displayed on the screen.

This task requires 2 people. The first person is the respondent trying to guess what is in the picture shown. The other person (research leader) is familiar with the content of the stimuli presented and evaluates the respondent's response. If the respondent has correctly guessed the content of the displayed image, the research leader should type "y" ("Y") in the box at the bottom of the screen. All other entered answers are ignored, ie they are considered incorrect.

Images (stimuli) will be displayed on the screen.

The stimuli will be broken down into more randomly scattered parts (puzzle effect).

The stimuli will initially be composed of a large number of parts. They will gradually become easier to recognize because they will be composed of a smaller number of parts. Your task is to try to recognize the content shown to you as soon as possible.

Type the answer in the box at the bottom of the screen. For the next task, click the button at the bottom of the screen (right arrow) or press ENTER. If the entered answer was correct, the following stimulus will be displayed. Otherwise, you will be shown the same stimulus but composed of a smaller number of parts, until you enter the correct answer. It is not possible to return to the previously displayed stimulus.

Your results will be displayed at the end of the task.

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