Data for: A Functional Near-infrared Spectroscopy Investigation of Directed Forgetting

Published: 15 October 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/h7mb2vzx54.1
Contributor:
Heming Gao

Description

Behavioural and fNIRS data. Data 1 shows the memory recognition accuracies for TBR and TBF words, and the false alarm (FA) for new words from 16 participants. Specifically, the participant column shows the serial number of participants; the age column shows the ages of participants; the TBF and TBR columns show the recognition memory performance of TBR and TBF words for each participant; the FA column shows the FA of new words for each participant. Data 2 shows the oxy-Hb levels time-locked to cue onset (four types of cues: TBF-f, TBF-r, TBR-f, and TBR-r cues) during the 0–4 s time window in 12 channels (Ch53, Ch54, Ch9, Ch32, Ch2, Ch38, Ch20, Ch44, Ch22, Ch46, Ch25, and Ch48). Specifically, the participant column shows the serial number of participants; the TBF-F-Ch53 column shows the oxy-Hb levels triggered by TBF-F cues in Ch53 for each participant; Similarly, the remaining columns in turn show the oxy-Hb levels triggered by TBF-F cues in the Ch54, Ch9, Ch32, Ch2, Ch38, Ch20, Ch44, Ch22, Ch46, Ch25, and Ch48, and the oxy-Hb levels triggered by TBF-r, TBR-f, and TBR-r cues in the Ch53, Ch54, Ch9, Ch32, Ch2, Ch38, Ch20, Ch44, Ch22, Ch46, Ch25, and Ch48 for each participant. Data 3 shows the oxy-Hb levels time-locked to cue onset (four types of cues: TBF-f, TBF-r, TBR-f, and TBR-r cues) during the 5–9 s time window in 12 channels (Ch53, Ch54, Ch9, Ch32, Ch2, Ch38, Ch20, Ch44, Ch22, Ch46, Ch25, and Ch48). Other columns settings were identical to Data 2. Data 4 shows the oxy-Hb levels time-locked to cue onset (four types of cues: TBF-f, TBF-r, TBR-f, and TBR-r cues) during the 9–11 s time window in 12 channels (Ch53, Ch54, Ch9, Ch32, Ch2, Ch38, Ch20, Ch44, Ch22, Ch46, Ch25, and Ch48). Other columns settings were identical to Data 2.

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