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<p>This fTCD data was acquired in 2014/2015 for a DPhil project (Chapter 4). The student recruited N=231 participants. Useable data was acquired from N=215 of these participants.</p> <p>Two tasks were used: word generation (wordgen) and pyramids and palm trees (PPTT). All participants performed wordgen, but only N=156 of these performed the PPTT. After cleaning the data, we had N=151 participants with data on both tasks.</p> <p>Retest data was acquired in a subset of participants (wordgen N=30; PPTT N=19). The interval between sessions was 7-434 days.</p> <p>The data stored here has been anonymised by removing the participants' initials and DOBs. The anonymisation key is stored on the lab's secure network drives.</p> <p>The data stored here is as follows:</p> <ul> <li><strong>Chpt4_fTCD_PPT_rawdata.zip</strong>: 157 anonymised .exp files. One participant (208DAC1) appears to have been repeated one week subsequently.</li> <li><strong>Chpt4_fTCD_PPT_retest_rawdata.zip</strong>: 38 anonymised .exp files (2 x N=19). </li> <li><strong>Chpt4_fTCD_wordgen_rawdata.zip</strong>: 215 anonymised .exp files. </li> <li><strong>Chpt4_fTCD_wordgen_rest_rawdata.zip</strong>: 60 anonymised .exp files (2 x N=30).</li> <li><strong>Chpt4_fTCD_demographics.csv</strong>: demographics data on all 215 participants, including key to which participants performed which tasks.</li> <li><strong>Chpt4_fTCD_data_dictionary.csv</strong>: data dictionary for demographics data.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Data Analysis</strong></p> <p>Scripts are available to replicate our data analysis. To do this, please follow the instructions in <strong>Analysis_ReadMe.pdf</strong>.</p>
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