Visual detection of time-varying signals: opposing biases and their timescales - Database

Published: 23-09-2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/9jmd62vny2.1
Urit Gordon,
Naama Brenner,
Shimon Marom


The background and description of the research hypothesis and results can be read in the article itself. Data structure description: Raw data of all subjects that participated in any part of the experiments related to the article. Each folder (folder name is composed of subjects initials, gender and age) contains few sub folders: TC 1 and TC 2 are the baseline measurements taken before and after experiment. White_1, Pink_1 and Brown_1 relay to the protocol of inputs presentation, (in several subjects there is Black_1 which was excluded in an early stage of research and not further analyzed). in each sub-folder there are the files vlevel.txt are the levels of inputs and response.txt marking subjects responses . stim.txt is to be ignored, it's always 1 in this research.