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# Overview and organization of this page This page contains data associated with the publication: Adam, K.C.S., Robison, M.K., & Vogel, E.K. (2017) Contralateral delay activity tracks fluctuations in working memory performance. *Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience* You can find a copy of the paper [here][1]. **Data citation:** See citation list in the top-right corner of the main project page. **Usage:** This OSF project contains the data and analysis scripts for all experiments in our paper. If you would like to use the data in published work, please cite both the paper and OSF data set. We analyzed the data in MATLAB. To run the scripts, you will need access to MATLAB. For any further questions or comments, don't hesitate to email me: ## Status As of 2 Feb 2018 this page contains the task code, all raw data for participants, segmented EEG data, and some aggregate data files used for plotting. ## Task Code This component contains the Matlab code used to present the stimuli to participants. To use this code, you need to have Matlab installed and to download and install the Psychophysics toolbox (<>). To run an experiment, make sure that you place the whole folder in the path. Navigate to the folder so it is the current directory, and hit "play" on the main experiment script. These experiments were run on Dell PC's running Windows XP. Some tinkering may need to be done with the code to make it forward-compatible with Windows 7/10 or Mac OS. ## Data: Experiments 1 and 2 These components contain the Matlab files that were collected for individual subjects. Data for each individual is stored in a matlab structure with different fields for each variable. For example, set size is accessed by typing ``. For more information on the meaning of each variable, see the separate read-me file for each experiment. ## Analysis: Plot paper figures This component contains some aggregate data file and Matlab scripts for generating all the plots found in the paper. [1]:
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