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<h1>Individual activation maps</h1> <p>The project contains fMRI data from two experiments: E1, Python code problems, and E2, ScratchJr code problems.</p> <p>Each experiment includes three tasks: the critical program comprehension task (crit), language localizer (langloc), and multiple demand system localizer (MDloc).</p> <h2>File names</h2> <p>Individual file naming follows the following format: Expt_subjectID_sessiondate_task_contrast_maptype.img/hdr</p> <ul> <li>Expt - E1 or E2</li> <li>subjectID - a 3-digit number</li> <li>sessiondate - yyyymmdd</li> <li>task - crit, langloc, MDloc</li> <li>contrast - task-specific; see below</li> <li>maptype - either t map or contrast magnitude (con) map</li> </ul> <h3>Contrasts for E1 (Python) crit</h3> <ul> <li>code_en - code problems, English identifiers</li> <li>code_jap - code problems, Japanese identifiers</li> <li>sent - sentence problems</li> <li>math - math problems </li> <li>str - string manipulation problems</li> <li>seq - problems with sequential code </li> <li>for - problems with a for loop</li> <li>if - problems with an if statement</li> <li>code&gt;sent - code_en + code_jap - sent</li> </ul> <h3>Contrasts for E2 (ScratchJr) crit</h3> <ul> <li>code_problem - code problem reading </li> <li>sent problem - sentence problem reading</li> <li>code_video - watching videos following code problems</li> <li>sent_video - watching videos following sentence problems</li> <li>code_problem&gt;sent_problem</li> </ul> <h3>Contrasts for langloc</h3> <ul> <li>Sent - sentence reading</li> <li>Nonword - nonword reading</li> <li>Sent&gt;Nonwords</li> </ul> <h3>Contrasts for MDloc</h3> <ul> <li>Hard - hard working memory task</li> <li>Easy - easy working memory task</li> <li>Hard&gt;Easy</li> </ul> <p>See the paper for further details on the experimental setup. </p> <h1>Group analyses</h1> <p>Although we do not recommend using traditional group-based analyses when analyzing these data (see the paper for reasons), we provide the results of a group-based analysis to facilitate comparison with other studies. The files we include are: - results: random-effects group-level contrast map - fROIs: the results map divided into spatially continguous clusters </p>
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