ERP CORE

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Description: The ERP CORE (Compendium of Open Resources and Experiments) is a freely available online resource consisting of optimized paradigms, experiment control scripts, example data from 40 neurotypical adults, data processing pipelines and analysis scripts, and a broad set of results for 7 widely used ERP components: N170, mismatch negativity (MMN), N2pc, N400, P3, lateralized readiness potential (LRP), and error-related negativity (ERN).

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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  • Experiment Control Files

    Experiment control scripts to run the 6 optimized ERP CORE paradigms using Presentation software.

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  • N170

    Data files and analysis scripts for N170, elicited using a visual discrimination paradigm

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  • MMN

    Data files and analysis scripts for the MMN, elicited using a passive auditory oddball paradigm

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  • N2pc

    Data files and analysis scripts for the N2pc, elicited using a visual search paradigm

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  • P3

    Data files and analysis scripts for the P3, elicited using an active visual oddball paradigm

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  • N400

    Data files and analysis scripts for the N400, elicited using a word-pair association paradigm

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  • LRP

    Data files and analysis scripts for the LRP, elicited using a flankers paradigm

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  • ERN

    Data files and analysis scripts for the ERN, elicited using a flankers paradigm

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  • BIDS-Compatible Raw Files

    BIDS-formatted versions of the raw EEG files along with all the associated files required by the BIDS specification.

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