Data, figures and code for: Robinson, A.K., Grootswagers, T., Shatek, S.M., Gerboni, J, Holcombe, A.O., Carlson, T.A. Now you see it, now you don’t: Overlapping neural representations for the position of visible and invisible objects.
Data for one participant uploaded, the rest will be populated upon publication.
We investigated the neural representations underlying the perception of visible and invisible objects. Participants performed an attentive tracking task while their brain activity was measured using EEG.
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