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This component contains the raw data from the study and test phases of the experiment, as well as processed data. Starting with the raw data: + *Study*: this contains the data generating during the study phase of the experiment, during which participants named pictures after hearing the name of the picture, a word in backward speech, or an unrelated word. The data generated during this phase include: + the **logfiles** from the naming task with information about the order of the trials and the condition in which participants encountered different items as well as naming accuracy. A separate file (AJjr_responses.xlsx) contains more detailed information on the excluded trials. + the **annotations** from the recordings created during the naming task. The raw recordings are more sensitive and are not publicly shared. A separate file (AJjr_onsets.txt) contains the naming onsets extracted from these annotations. + the **EyeLink reports** containing information about eye movements. The raw .edf files could not be shared without the pictures displayed in each trial. A list of all pictures used can be found in the [Materials]( component and the picture database can be downloaded [here]( + *Test*: this contains the data generated during the memory task. The task was run on the LimeSurvey platform, so what is shared here is the LimeSurvey output. Note that it is not very readable. The processed data are the data created from the R scripts shared in the [Scripts]( component. These are used in AJjr_MEM.Rmd, which is the main analysis file.
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