A common task structure links together the fate of different types of memories

Published: 16 April 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/nn3jvnttc4.1
Edwin Robertson,
, Tuomas Mutanen


For a complete description of this data set, the motivating hypothesis, how it was collected, and subsequently interpreted please see the publication with the same title. The text files show memory task performance at testing (first column), at retesting (second column) for each group (designated 1 to 3). The memory task structures may be the same (group = 1) or different ( group = 2). In one condition there was also a control (group = 3) in which there was no prior learning. The measure of performance is provided in the title of each file; for example, skill (in the motor sequence task), or total recall (from the word list) or serial recall (from the same word-list).



University of Glasgow


Behavior (Neuroscience), Motor Skills, Cognitive Neuroscience, Declarative Memory