Supplementary material for 'Attentional coordination in demonstrator-observer dyads facilitates learning and predicts performance in a novel manual task'

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Pagnotta, Murillo, Laland, Kevin, N. and Coco, M. 2020. Supplementary material for 'Attentional coordination in demonstrator-observer dyads facilitates learning and predicts performance in a novel manual task'.
AuthorsPagnotta, Murillo, Laland, Kevin, N. and Coco, M.
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Appendix A. (https://osf.io/jhtqb/) provides the data, examples of the demonstration videos, R scripts, and an extensive tutorial on the analyses reported in the research article: Pagnotta, M., Laland, K. N., & Coco, M. I. (2020). Attentional coordination in demonstrator-observer dyads facilitates learning and predicts performance in a novel manual task. Cognition, 201, 104314. doi: 10.1016/j.cognition.2020.104314

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In this supplementary .docx file, we illustrate the experimental manipulation, report the model comparison, and provide supplementary figures, analyses, and transcriptions of the verbal instructions given by the demonstrator.

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OutputAttentional coordination in demonstrator-observer dyads facilitates learning and predicts performance in a novel manual task
Year2020
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