Human LFP recordings from STN during sequential conflict task

Bogacz R
Litvak V
Oswal A
Little S
Pedrosa D
Herz D
Dayal V
Patai EZ

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LFP recordings from human subthalamic nucleus, filtered for beta and theta band oscillations, epoched around cue stimulus presentation, in a sequential decision making paradigm. STN-LFP signals recorded referenced to a common cephalic reference (right mastoid).

Additional source files, with raw LFP for STN and raw source-reconstructed time courses from MEG source signals. Continuous data were downsampled at 150Hz, bandpass filtered 48-52 Hz, and then MEG signals were beamformed using LCMV and significant vertices extracted based on sensor level results, finally epoched around cue presentation.

See: for description of the task and detailed methods.

Corresponding analysis scripts on GitHub.

This is data for Figure 2 and Figure 4 in preprint 'Conflict detection in a sequential decision task is associated with increased cortico-subthalamic coherence and prolonged subthalamic oscillatory response in the beta band' on bioRxiv.

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Graph showing beta signalled local conflict, and carried over this effect to the next cue in a sequence.
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Funders & Grant Numbers
Medical Research Council, UKRI (MC_UU_12024/5)
Medical Research Council, UKRI (MC_UU_00003/1)
Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, UKRI (BB/S006338/1)
Wellcome Trust (203147/Z/16/Z)
Medical Research Council, UKRI (MR/K005464/1)
University of Oxford
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