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README Stimulus-Cue Combination Index Label Cue Pain Stimulus Intensity 1 Low Pain Cue Low 2 Medium Pain Cue Low 3 High Pain Cue Low 4 Low Pain Cue Medium 5 Medium Pain Cue Medium 6 High Pain Cue Medium 7 Low Pain Cue High 8 Medium Pain Cue High 9 High Pain Cue High 19 Low Picture Cue Low 20 Medium Picture Cue Low 21 High Picture Cue Low 22 Low Picture Cue Medium 23 Medium Picture Cue Medium 24 High Picture Cue Medium 25 Low Picture Cue High 26 Medium Picture Cue High 27 High Picture Cue High Files and Filedescription RawData.mat - Seperate file = one subject / represents the "raw" as .mat data after epoching and correction of e.g. swapped electrodes in setup. Field description for RawData: fsample: sampling rate of 500Hz sampleinfo: first and last sample index of each trial trialinfo: 1) trial number, 2) condition coding (see below), 3) sample index at trigger, 4) cue duration (time in seconds) trial: each cell represents a trial with 65 x samples data points - 65 represents channels (see channel labels, same index). time: time in seconds for each sample in each trial relative to trigger label: EEG channel labels Final_GA.mat - Grand averages used for analyses, cue-locked and pain-locked, as described in the variable names. Cells 1:9 in order as in table above. Field description fpr GrandAverages: label = channel labels and order of channels in powspctrm freq = frequencies in order or powspctrm time = time in order of powspctrm powspctrm = power at each subject-chan-freq-time sample Behavioral data or IC processed data upon request (a.strube@uke.de).
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