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Here you can find the **data** underlying the Prass & de Haan study "Multi-target attention and visual short-term memory capacity are closely linked in the intraparietal sulcus". ### Data description - Worksheet "*demographic data*" contains gender and age of each participant. - Worksheet "*TMSIntensity_SideEffects*" contains the TMS stimulator intensity (as % of max. output) used in each of the 4 TMS sessions, as well as whether any side effects were reported by participants. - Worksheet "*normalised_MEP*" contains the results obtained following cTBS to the motor cortex. This states, for each post-cTBS time interval, the average MEP normalised to the averaged pre-cTBS MEP. On the basis of this data, participants were classified as either responders (INH) or non-responders (NON-INH). This is the data that underlies **Figure 4** in the manuscript. - Worksheet "*WR_RawData*" contains the raw data from the whole report task for each of the 3 cTBS locations. Data are presented both as percentage of letters accurately reported and number of letters accurately reported. - Worksheet "*PR_RawData*" contains the raw data from the partial report task for each of the 3 cTBS locations. - Worksheet "*TVAParams_Iext*" contains the TVA parameter estimates and the extinction index for each of the 3 cTBS locations. Rows under the headers "Data normalised to remove subject variability" present the data needed to calculate within-subject standard errors for each analysis. This is the data that underlies **Figures 5-7**. - Worksheet "*TVA_ModelFit*" contains the the TVA model fit estimates (coefficients of determination (r-squared)). **Important**: To ensure transparency and traceability, the excel file contains formulas whenever cell-values were obtained from calculations on other cell-values.
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