Data from: A humanness dimension to visual object coding in the brain

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Description: This project contains the stimuli, the raw MEG data and the analysis code used in 'A humanness dimension to visual object coding in the brain' by Contini, Goddard, Grootswagers, Williams and Carlson (2020) Neuroimage (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.117139). Please refer to this work for full details of the methodology, and cite this paper if using any of this data in future work. - To use the high resolution, segmented object images from this study, download the 'STIMULI' folder. - To recreate the MEG data analyses from scratch, download the 'MEG_DATA', 'BEHAVIOURAL' and 'ANALYSIS_CODE' folders and start with the Matlab function 'CategoryAndPosition_MEG_Analysis.m' located in the 'ANALYSIS_CODE' directory. To skip any of the analysis steps, download the 'ANALYSED_DATA' folder. - To recreate the manuscript figures, download only the 'FIGURES' and 'STIMULI' folders and use the Matlab scripts in the 'FIGURES' folder. - In the 'ONLINE_EXP' folder, humanness-online.zip contains the raw data and experiment script for the online shape-similarity-rt part of the paper (also publicly available on https://gitlab.pavlovia.org/tijl/humanness).

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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