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Description: There were a total of three phases to this data collection study. The data were collected between August 2017 – November 2018. The first and main phase of this study consisted of 4 2-hour sessions. Only data from subjects who completed all 4 sessions were processed and analyzed, N = 403. We tried to use the same data processing and cleaning procedures (e.g., outlier removals) across all publications, nevertheless, there still may be some differences and these details are explained in each publication separately. Subjects who completed the first phase were recruited back to participate in one or two more phases. The second phase consisted of 2 2-hour sessions in which ASVAB and processing speed measures were administered. The third phase consisted of 2 2-hour session in which we re-administered some of the attention control and sensory discrimination tasks to assess test-retest reliability.


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