Select the oval object as fast as you can without making mistakes!

Help us better understand how humans detect objects correctly under different conditions.

You will always see two marble blocks labeled "1" and "2". As exempliflied below, on one of the blocks there will always be an oval object (the object on the other block will change on every trial, but it will never be an oval). Your task is to identify the oval object. To indicate the number of the block where the oval object is placed press "1" or "2" on your keyboard.



You should respond as quickly as you can without making mistakes. You'll have up to 1 second to respond. We'll let you know if you were too slow. Please mind that your responses will be useful only if at least 80% of them are correct. We will give you feedback on each trial (green = correct, red = wrong).

This HIT is short (less than 5 minutes), so please try to stay focused. It's important that you pay attention to the screen all the time.

Make sure your browser window is maximized. You must be on a laptop or desktop computer to participate in this HIT (no cellphones or tablets). Click "Start Experiment" to begin with a few practice trials.

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