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NBCLab: Experiment Paper Template

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Description: Original research projects should follow this template.

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  • Background

    Literature search and, if applicable, literature review providing rationale for experiment. Should include link to Mendeley folder with papers from se...

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  • NBCLab: Pilot Template


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  • Hypotheses

    PDF with hypotheses and analysis plan for the experiment. Register before acquiring data.

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  • Protocol

    Experimental design details unique to the subset of data from the overall project used in this paper, like neuroimaging acquisition parameters for any...

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  • Data

    Data acquired from experiment. At minimum, should include fMRI first-level models, behavioral data, and demographics info. Data need to be sufficientl...

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  • Analysis

    Code for processing and analysis of experimental data. Link to project's Github repository. Task code will be stored in the same repository.

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  • Results

    Group-level output files from analysis. Should include link to Neurovault where files will be stored.

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  • Final Report

    PDF of the final report. Also should include link to figures, which will be stored publicly on figshare.

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