Figure S1. Conditions and example cuts in all experiments.

Figure S1. Conditions and example cuts in all experiments. We manipulated visual similarity across the cut by using between-scene cuts (BSC), with low visual similarity, or within-scene cuts (WSC), with a higher visual similarity. Between-scene cuts presented the viewer with different situations before and after the cut, whereas within-scene cuts showed the same actors and situations before and after the  cut. As a baseline condition (BL) with maximal visual similarity, we included mere interruptions of an ongoing scene. <div><br></div><div>Supplementary online material for:</div><div>Valuch, C., König, P., & Ansorge, U. (in press). Memory-guided attention during active viewing of edited dynamic scenes. <i>Journal of Vision</i>.</div>