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<p><strong></strong></p><h1><strong>Aggregate.zip</strong></h1> This zip file contains the analyses and data aggregated across all of th experiments (1a, 1b, 2a, 2b). It contains two subfolders: "Analyses_Plotting" and "Data"<p></p> <h2>Analyses_Plotting</h2> <p>This folder contains the scripts that we used to plot the paper figures. </p> <p><em></em></p><h3><em>Matlab_Plotting_Functions</em></h3> This folder contains functions that are called by "Plot_Figures.m." These functions create the violin plots that we used for the behavior, pupil dilation, and EEG plots. <p></p> <p><em></em></p><h3><em>Plot_Figures.m</em></h3><p></p> <p>This is a matlab code that plots figure 2, 3, 4, and 5 from the paper. It loads the data files from the "Data" subfolder. </p> <h2>Data</h2> <p>This folder contains the compiled data from each of the experiments. It contains separate matlab files for the behavior, erps, power, and pupil dilation data. The "CSVfiles" subfolder contains the data in CSV format, so that it can be analyzed in SPSS. </p> <p><em></em></p><h3><em>BehavioraData_allSubs.mat</em></h3> This matlab file contains the behavioral results from all of the experiments. <p></p> <p><em></em></p><h3><em>erps_allsubs_alltrials_Ex.mat</em></h3> These matlab files contain the processed erp data from each experiment -- the experiment is denoted by the number at the end of the file (x in the above name). 1=Experiment 1a, 2=Experiment 1b, 3=Experiment 2a, and 4=Experiment 1b. <p></p> <p><em></em></p><h3><em>grand_power_filteredBands_ALLtrials_Ex.mat</em></h3> These matlab files contain the processed power data from each experiment -- the experiment is denoted by the number at the end of the file (x in the above name). 1=Experiment 1a, 2=Experiment 1b, 3=Experiment 2a, and 4=Experiment 1b. <p></p> <p><em></em></p><h3><em>PupilDilation_Data_allExp.mat</em></h3> This matlab file contains the pupil dilation results from all of the experiments. <p></p>
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