Data for: The Fronto-central N2 but not Parietal P3 Reflects Response Inhibition in the Count/No-count Task

Published: 10-06-2020| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/t7292bck4r.3
Contributors:
Heming Gao,
Jingyan Jing,
Mingming Qi

Description

There are three data files in this compressed file. Data 1 shows the error rates for the count/no-count and the digital accumulation task. Specifically, the Subject column shows the serial number of participants; the Count-miss rate, Nocount-FA, Add 1-miss rate, and Add 0-FA columns separately show the miss rates of Count condition, the false alarm rates of Nocount condition, the miss rates of Add 1 condition, and the false alarm rates of Add 0 conditions for each participant. Data 2 shows the potentials of ERPs time-locked to stimuli onset (four stimulus conditions: Count, No-count, Add 1 and Add 0) during the 200–300 ms time window at three recording sites (Fz, FCz, and Cz). Specifically, the Subject column shows the serial number of participants; the Fz-Count, Fz-No-count, Fz-Add 1, and Fz-Add 0 columns separately show the potentials of ERPs elicited for Count, No-count, Add 1, and Add 0 conditions at Fz electrode site for each participant; Similarly, the remaining columns in turn show the potentials of ERPs elicited for Count, No-count, Add 1, and Add 0 conditions at FCz and Cz electrode sites for each participant. Data 3 shows the potentials of ERPs time-locked to stimuli onset (four stimulus conditions: Count, No-count, Add 1 and Add 0) during the 300–500 ms time window at five recording sites (Fz, FCz, Cz, CPz, and Pz). Specifically, the Subject column shows the serial number of participants; the Fz-Count, Fz-No-count, Fz-Add 1, and Fz-Add 0 columns separately show the potentials of ERPs elicited for Count, No-count, Add 1, and Add 0 conditions at Fz electrode site for each participant; Similarly, the remaining columns in turn show the potentials of ERPs elicited for Count, No-count, Add 1, and Add 0 conditions at FCz, Cz, CPz, and Pz electrode sites for each participant.

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