Raw data from implicit tasks used with a deep dyslexic.
Contributors:Shao X., Xu X., Li X., Xia J.
1. There were totally 20 subjects, and two subjects (13th and 20th) were deleted due to too much artifacts.
2. There were four versions of experimental sentences, and with each version being listened to by five subjects.
version01(subject 1-5); version01(subject 6-10); version03(subject 11-15); version01(subject 16-20).
3. Markers of each experimental conditons:
'11' & '21' indicate 'regular-rhythm, semantic congruent';
'12' & '22' indicate 'regular-rhythm, semantic incongruent';
'13' & '23' indicate 'irregular-rhythm, semantic congruent';
'14' & '24' indicate 'irregular-rhythm, semantic incongruent'.
Data used for the aggregate analyses of treatment effects. When the same tasks were successively considered as near transfer and control measures in case of multiple treatments, the data reflect differential effect sizes ensuring a net estimation of the treatment effects for each type of measure.