Data for: The Role of Forgetting Cues in Directed Forgetting: Ceasing Maintenance Rehearsal

Published: 22 August 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/z7ffnbvjcr.1
Contributors:
Heming Gao,
Qi Zhang,
Jingyan Jing,
Mingming Qi

Description

There are four data files in this compressed file. Data 1 shows the memory recognition accuracies for four cue-type words (M-R: maintenance-remembering; M-F: maintenance-forgetting; M: maintenance; F: forgetting) and false alarm (FA) for new words from forty participants in Experiment 1. Specifically, the participant column shows the serial number of participants; the M-R, M-F, M, and F columns separately show the recognition memory performance of M-R, M-F, M, and F words for each participant; the FA column shows the FA of new words for each subject. Data 2 shows the memory recognition accuracies for three cue-type words (M-R, M-F, and F words) and FA for new words from twenty participants in Experiment 2. Specifically, the participant column shows the serial number of participants; the F, M-R, and M-F columns separately show the recognition memory performance of F, M-R, and M-F words for each participant; the FA column shows the FA of new words for each subject. Data 3 shows the potentials of ERPs time-locked to cue onset (four types of cues: M-R, M-F, M, and F cues) during the 200–400 ms time window at nine recording sites (F3, Fz, F4, C3, Cz, C4, P3, Pz, and P4) in Experiment 2. Specifically, the File column shows the serial number of participants; the F3F, F3M, F3M-R, and F3M-F columns separately show the potentials of ERPs elicited by F, M, M-R, and M-F cues at F3 electrode site for each participant; Similarly, the remaining columns in turn show the potentials of ERPs elicited by F, M, M-R, and M-F cues at the F4, C3, C4, P3, P4, Fz, Cz, and Pz electrode sites for each participant. Data 4 shows the potentials of ERPs time-locked to cue onset (four types of cues: M-R, M-F, M, and F cues) during the 400–600 ms time window at nine recording sites (F3, Fz, F4, C3, Cz, C4, P3, Pz, and P4) in Experiment 2. Specifically, the File column shows the serial number of participants; the F3F, F3M, F3M-R, and F3M-F columns separately show the potentials of ERPs elicited by F, M, M-R, and M-F cues at F3 electrode site for each participant; Similarly, the remaining columns in turn show the potentials of ERPs elicited by F, M, M-R, and M-F cues at the F4, C3, C4, P3, P4, Fz, Cz, and Pz electrode sites for each participant. The supplementary material file provides the ERP analysis performed with 54 trials randomly chosen from M and F trials to fit M-R/M-F condition in Experiment 2.

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