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Overlapping regions of visuospatial and motor attention maps maintain spatial congruency in human posterior parietal cortex
Wendy E. Huddleston, Alex Swanson, James R. Lytle, and Michael S. Aleksandrowicz
Organization of Data:
- Separate files are included that provide:
- the demographic information for each participant
- the stimulus timing information for each run
- All data for individual participants are compressed into a single file
- All participant files include an anatomical image
- All participant files are in AFNI format with *.BRIK and *.HEAD extensions
- Raw data for individual runs are included for each participant
- Runs are labeled 1-5 to correspond to the stimulus timing file
- Multiple repetitions of the same stimulus timing are indicated by a letter subscript at the end. For example, a participant who performed run 1 twice would have a file with the run1A extension and another file with the run1B extension.
- Participants for the first experiment are number consecutively 1-9.
- Participants for the second set of experiments are lettered consecutively A-J
- All runs related to the attention task have ‘attn’ in the run title
- All runs related to the intention task have ‘intn’ in the run title
- If data were collected on multiple days, skull-stripped anatomical images are provided for both days.