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Appendix S1. Code for analyzing data. Source code written in R and Python used to organize, clean, analyze, and graph the data.

Appendix S2. Code for collecting data. Source code written in Java used to capture and record the pupil and gaze direction measurements made by the eye tracker and synchronize their timestamps with the timing of stimulus presentation and participants' responses.

Appendix S3. Code for presenting stimuli. Source code written in Java used to present the visual and aural stimuli.

Appendix S4. Code for running eye tracker. Source code written in C# used to initialize and calibrate the Tobii 1750 eye tracker.

Appendix S5. Data. All raw data collected in all experiments, including failed and discarded trials, anonymized.

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