Human behavioural and eye-tracking data from inference task with targeted memory reactivation

Shearer C
Rawson AB
O'Reilly JX
Barron HC

Raw behavioural data is available for 32 participants in .mat (MATLAB) files. Raw eye-tracking data is available for 30 participants in .edf (EyeLink Data file) and .mat formats. Preprocessed data for 27 (behavioural) and 25 (eye-tracking) participants is available in .mat files. Eye-tracking data includes gaze position and pupillometry data for both eyes recorded at 1000Hz.

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Image showing the 3 phases of the inference task used. Associative learning phases shows 3 sound icons with arrows pointing to one shape. Conditioning phase shows one shape with an arrow pointing to a pound coin. Inference test phase shows a sound icon with an arrow pointing to a symbol showing a pound coin and wood coin with a question mark. Above the associative learning and conditioning phases there are icons showing musical notes and a coffee cup. The background of the image is two coffee cups on a tabl
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MRC, UKRI (MR/W01971X/1, MR/L019639/1, MR/W008939/1 )
BBSRC, UKRI (DDT00060_HM01.11)
Wellcome Trust (203139/Z/16/Z)
University of Oxford
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