Mapping cognition across lab and daily life using experience-sampling

Published: 11 June 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/7wjm45zmyw.1
Louis Chitiz


This dataset contains 8459 multidimensional experience-sampling (mDES) probes from a sample of 370 different subjects in lab and daily life settings across Canada and the UK, collected from 2017 to 2022. mDES data includes 9 items as well as data regarding subjects' activity, social environment, and physical location at the time of probing. This dataset is an aggregation of 5 previously published datasets, referenced in the 'dataset' column of the dataframe. The datasets' previous publications are: Konu et al., 2020 ("konu2020"): mDES during a Go/No-Go task in fMRI in the UK. Ho et al., 2020 ("mckeown_pre"): mDES during daily life in the UK before the COVID lockdown. Konu et al., 2021 ("konu2021"): mDES during a battery of cognitive tasks in a lab setting in the UK Mckeown et al., 2021("mckeown_post"): mDES during daily life in the UK during the COVID lockdown. Mulholland et al., 2023 ("mulholland"): mDES during daily life in Canada after the COVID lockdown had been lifted.



Queen's University


Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Experience-Sampling Research