Data for: Information seeking mechanism of neural populations in the lateral prefrontal cortex

Published: 27-11-2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/4tgzfd2z59.1
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Kiyohiko Nakamura

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Data of unit recording from monkeys that performed information seeking tasks. Data obtained from monkeys S (Data_table_Nakamura1) and R (Data_table_Nakamura2). Each sheet stores data concerning one neuron. Entries of A1 and A2 are the sites of the neuron on rostral-caudal and dorsal-ventral axes, respectively. The i-th entries in columns C and D are times at onset of the six dots and the second onset of the central cross fixation in the i-th trial of task A, respectively. All values of time in these tables indicate times after onset of the computer program that presents visual stimuli of the behavioral tasks and detects monkeys’ eye movements. Value 0 indicates that monkeys ended the trial before the corresponding event. The i-th entry in column E is the firing time of the i-th spike of the neuron in task A. The i-th entries in columns G, H, and I are times at onset of the six dots, the second onset of the central cross fixation, and the third onset of the central cross fixation in the i-th trial of task B, respectively. The i-th entry in column J is the firing time of the i-th spike of the neuron in task B. The i-th entries in columns K and L are times at onset of the six dots and the second onset of the central cross fixation in the i-th trial of task C, respectively. The i-th entry in column M is the firing time of the i-th spike of the neuron in task C. The i-th entries in column O are times at onset of the six dots in the i-th trial of task D, respectively. The i-th entry in column P is the firing time of the i-th spike of the neuron in task D.

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