Trial timing for multivariate pattern analysis
This data was collected to investigate experimental design optimization for pattern-information approaches to fMRI data analysis. Participants were scanned while encoding images of animals and tools. There were 5 different stimulus presentation designs, and each participant completed to runs under each design. The designs varied in the number of trials and trial timing within fixed duration scans. Trial timing conditions with fixed onset-to-onset timing ranged from slow 12-s trials with two repetitions of each item to quick 6-s trials with four repetitions per item. We also tested a jittered version of the quick design with 4–8 s trials. After the scans, participants completed a memory test.
- Adke A
- De Araujo Sanchez M A
- Zeithamova D
Acknowledgements and Funding:
This work was made possible through generous support from the Lewis Family Endowment to the UO which supports the Robert and Beverly Lewis Center for Neuroimaging.
External Publication Links:Trial timing and pattern-information analyses of fMRI data.
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This data was obtained from the OpenfMRI database. Its accession number is ds000238
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