Mobile EEG reveals functionally dissociable dynamic processes supporting real‐world ambulatory obstacle avoidance: Evidence for early proactive control

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  1. Magdalena Ietswaart
  2. David I Donaldson

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Description: Data repository from the article entitled 'Mobile EEG reveals functionally dissociable dynamic processes supporting real‐world ambulatory obstacle avoidance: Evidence for early proactive control' accepted for publication by the European journal of Neuroscience (https://doi.org/10.1111/ejn.15120). The repository includes scripts and pre processed EEG data of 32 healthy participants (age range 19-65) during an obstacle avoidance task in four different conditions (the name of the files match the name of the conditions in the article): free (no obstacles), pre (pre-set adjustment), far (delayed adjustment) and near (early adjustment). Data are segmented around 'OBSTACLE' event.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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