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<p><strong>1. LIST OF FILES IN ARCHIVE</strong></p> <p><strong>A. Analyses Scripts</strong></p> <p><em>mak_RawStartle.R</em>: R script to create mean raw startle variables from trial level data files. Uses mSTL_Trial20_100.dat and bSTL_Trial20_100.dat and produces RawStartle.dat</p> <p><em>mak_RawStartle_SplitHalf.R</em>: R script to create mean raw startle variables coded by even/odd trials from trial level data file. Uses mSTL_Trial20_100.dat and produces RawStartle_SplitHalf.dat</p> <p><em>mak_StandardizedStartle.R</em>: R script to create mean standardized startle variables from trial level data files. Uses mSTL_Trial20_100.dat and bSTL_Trial20_100.dat and produces StandardizedStartle.dat</p> <p><em>mak_StandardizedStartle_SplitHalf.R</em>: R script to create mean standardized startle variables coded by even/odd trials from trial level data file. Uses mSTL_Trial20_100.dat and produces RawStartle_SplitHalf.dat</p> <p><em>mak_RawPotentiation.R</em>: R script to create primary raw startle potentiation (difference score) DV from raw startle data file. Uses RawStartle.dat and produces RawStartlePotentiation.dat</p> <p><em>mak_RawPotentiation_SplitHalf.R</em>: R script to create primary raw startle potentiation (difference score) DV coded by even/odd trials from split half raw startle data file. Uses RawStartle_SplitHalf.dat and produces RawStartlePotentiation_SplitHalf.dat</p> <p><em>mak_StandardizedPotentiation.R</em>: R script to create primary standardized startle potentiation (difference score) DV from raw startle data file. Uses StandardizedStartle.dat and produces StandardizedStartlePotentiation.dat</p> <p><em>mak_StandardizedPotentiation_SplitHalf.R</em>: R script to create primary standardized startle potentiation (difference score) DV coded by even/odd trials from split half raw startle data file. Uses StandardizedStartle_SplitHalf.dat and produces StandardizedStartlePotentiation_SplitHalf.dat</p> <p><em>mak_PercentPotentiation.R</em>: R script to create primary percent change startle potentiation DV from raw startle data file. Uses RawStartle.dat and produces PercentStartlePotentiation.dat</p> <p><em>mak_PercentPotentiation_SplitHalf.R</em>: R script to create primary percent change startle potentiation DV coded by even/odd trials from split half raw startle data file. Uses RawStartle_SplitHalf.dat and produces PercentStartlePotentiation_SplitHalf.dat</p> <hr> <p><em>ana_ManipulationChecks_RawStartle.R</em>: R script to perform manipulation checks of effects of the threat of shock manipulation and the four primary IVs on raw startle. Uses RawStartle.dat</p> <p><em>ana_ManipulationChecks_Supplemental.R</em>: R script to perform manipulation checks of the BAC manipulation, shock tolerance manipulation, and effects of the four primary IVs on self-reported fear/anxiety. Uses Supp.dat and RawStartle.dat</p> <p><em>ana_RawPotentiation.R</em>: R script to perform main analyses of effects of the four primary IVs on raw startle potentiation. Uses RawPotentiation.dat</p> <p>ana_StandardizedPotentiation.R: R script to perform main analyses of effects of the four primary IVs on standardized startle potentiation. Uses StandardizedPotentiation.dat</p> <p><em>ana_PercentPotentiation.R</em>: R script to perform main analyses of effects of the four primary IVs on percent change startle potentiation. Uses PercentPotentiation.dat</p> <p><em>ana_Reliability.R</em>: R script to perform analysis of split-half reliability of startle potentiation for each quantification approach. Uses RawPotentiation_SplitHalf.dat, StandardizedPotentiation_SplitHalf.dat, and PercentPotentiation_SplitHalf.dat </p> <p><em>ana_Validity.R</em>: R script to perform analysis of validity of startle potentiation for each quantification approach assessed via correlation with self-reported fear/anxiety. Uses RawPotentiation_SplitHalf.dat, StandardizedPotentiation_SplitHalf.dat, PercentPotentiation_SplitHalf.dat, and Supp.dat. </p> <p><strong>B. Data</strong></p> <p><em>bSTL_Trial20_100.dat</em>: Processed trial level general startle reactivity at baseline startle data file produced by our matlab toolbox Physbox (Curtin, 2011) scripts. Note: we plan to share these scripts in future open science projects</p> <p><em>mSTL_Trial20_100.dat</em>: Processed trial level main task startle data file produced by our matlab toolbox Physbox (Curtin, 2011) scripts. Note: we plan to share these scripts in future open science projects</p> <p><em>Supp.dat</em>: Data file with ID and other supplemental variables (Sex, Age, BAC, Self-reported Fear/Anxiety, Shock level)</p> <hr> <p><em>RawStartle.dat</em>: Data file of mean raw startle variables made from mSTL_Trial20_100.dat and mSTL_Trial20_100.dat using mak_RawStartle.R</p> <p><em>RawStartle_SplitHalf.dat</em>: Data file of mean raw startle variables coded by even/odd trials made from mSTL_Trial20_100.dat and mSTL_Trial20_100.dat using mak_RawStartle_SplitHalf.R</p> <p><em>StandardizedStartle.dat</em>: Data file of mean standardized startle variables made from mSTL_Trial20_100.dat and mSTL_Trial20_100.dat using mak_StandardizedStartle.R</p> <p><em>StandardizedStartle_SplitHalf.dat</em>: Data file of mean standardized startle variables coded by even/odd trials made from mSTL_Trial20_100.dat and mSTL_Trial20_100.dat using mak_StandardizedStartle_SplitHalf.R</p> <p><em>RawStartlePotentiation.dat</em>: Data file of primary raw startle potentiation (difference score) DV made from RawStartle.dat using mak_RawPotentiation.R</p> <p><em>RawStartlePotentiation_SplitHalf.dat</em>: Data file of primary raw startle potentiation (difference score) DV coded by odd/even trials made from RawStartleSplitHalf.dat using mak_RawPotentiation_SplitHalf.R</p> <p><em>StandardizedStartlePotentiation.dat</em>: Data file of primary standardized startle potentiation (difference score) DV made from StandardizedStartle.dat using mak_StandardizedPotentiation.R</p> <p><em>StandardizedStartlePotentiation_SplitHalf.dat</em>: Data file of primary standardized startle potentiation (difference score) DV coded by odd/even trials made from StandardizedStartle_SplitHalf.dat using mak_StandardizedPotentiation_SplitHalf.R</p> <p><em>PercentPotentiation.dat</em>: Data file of primary percent change startle potentiation DV made from RawStartle.dat using mak_PercentPotentiation.R</p> <p><em>PercentPotentiation_SplitHalf.dat</em>: Data file of primary percent change startle potentiation DV coded by odd/even trials made from RawStartle_SplitHalf.dat using mak_PercentPotentiation_SplitHalf.R</p> <p><strong>C. Other</strong></p> <p><em>VariableKey.pdf</em>: Cheat sheet explaining naming conventions for startle variables</p> <p><strong>2. CONTACT REQUEST AND CITATIONS</strong></p> <p>If you plan to use the data or other materials in this archive in manuscript for publication, we request that you:</p> <p>A. Contact the senior author (John Curtin, jjcurtin@wisc.edu) to inform him of your plans.</p> <p>B. Cite both the original manuscript from Psychophysiology and this digital archive:</p> <p>Bradford, D.E., Starr, M.J., Shackman, A.J., Curtin, J. J. (in press). Empirically-based comparisons of reliability and validity for common quantification approaches for eyeblink startle potentiation in humans. <em>Psychophysiology</em></p> <p>Bradford, D.E., Starr, M.J., Shackman, A.J., Curtin, J. J. (2015, September 1). Empirically-based comparisons of reliability and validity for common quantification approaches for eyeblink startle potentiation in humans (Data and study materials). Retrieved from <a href="http://osf.io/5nfvu/" rel="nofollow">osf.io/5nfvu/</a></p> <p><strong>3. LICENSE INFO</strong></p> <p><a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/" rel="nofollow"><img alt="Creative Commons License" src="https://i.creativecommons.org/l/by/4.0/88x31.png"></a> All components of this project, <a href="http://dionysus.psych.wisc.edu" rel="nofollow">Empirically-based comparisons of the reliability and validity of common quantification approaches for eyeblink startle potentiation in humans (Data and study materials)</a> by <a href="http://dionysus.psych.wisc.edu" rel="nofollow">Daniel E. Bradford, Mark J. Starr, Alexander J. Shackman, and John J. Curtin</a> are licensed under a <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/" rel="nofollow">Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License</a>.</p> <p><a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/" rel="nofollow"><img alt="Creative Commons License" src="https://i.creativecommons.org/l/by/4.0/88x31.png" style=""></a><br><span>Empirically-based comparisons of the reliability and validity of common quantification approaches for eyeblink startle potentiation in humans (Data and study materials)</span> by <a href="http://dionysus.psych.wisc.edu/" rel="nofollow">Daniel E. Bradford, Mark J. Starr, Alexander J. Shackman, and John J. Curtin</a> is licensed under a <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/" rel="nofollow">Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License</a>.</p>
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