625 Works

Dataset: Evaluation of recombinant monoclonal antibody SVmab1 binding to NaV1.7 target sequences and block of human NaV1.7 currents

Dong Liu, Mandy Tseng, Linda Epstein, Lydia Green, Brian Chan, Brian Soriano, Desiree Lim, Oscar Pan, Christopher Murawsky, Chadwick King & Bryan Moyer

Urotrygon rogersi

Matt Kolmann, James Weaver, Mason Dean & Adam Summers

Spinal Cord Toolbox

Julien Cohen-Adad, George Peristerakis, Christian Perone, Benjamin De Leener & Charley Gros

MOT: Upside-Down

Frank Papenmeier, Hauke Meyerhoff, Alisa Brockhoff, Georg Jahn & Markus Huff

Modality switch effects emerge early and increase throughout conceptual processing: Evidence from ERPs

Pablo Bernabeu, Roel Willems & Max Louwerse
This repository contains all the data from our study, including: conference paper and poster, stimuli norming, experiment set-up, behavioural pretest, main behavioural and electrophysiological data, and extensive R code for descriptives, plots, and statistical analysis. The main analyses files may be found in the folder path: "ERPs" then "Analyses of ERPs averaged across trials". Edit and run any of the R code in RStudio: https://mybinder.org/v2/gh/pablobernabeu/Modality-switch-effects-emerge-early-and-increase-throughout-conceptual-processing/master?urlpath=rstudio Paper: https://mindmodeling.org/cogsci2017/papers/0318/index.html Abstract We tested whether conceptual processing is modality-specific...

Modality exclusivity norms for 747 properties and concepts in Dutch: a replication of English

Pablo Bernabeu, Max Louwerse & Roel Willems
Contains all data from this psycholinguistic study, including original surveys, compiled data, and analysis R code. Edit and run any of the R code in RStudio: https://mybinder.org/v2/gh/pablobernabeu/Modality-exclusivity-norms-747-Dutch-English-replication/master?urlpath=rstudio This study is a cross-linguistic, conceptual replication of Lynott and Connell’s (2009, 2013) modality exclusivity norms. Their English properties and concepts were translated into Dutch, then independently tested as follows. Forty-two respondents rated the auditory, haptic, and visual strength of those words. Mean scores were then computed, with...

Behavioral Addiction: open definition development

Joël Billieux, Alexander Blaszczynski, Michelle Colder Carras, Johan Edman, Alexandre Heeren, Daniel Kardefelt-Winther, Yasser Khazaal, Barna Thege, Pierre Maurage, Adriano Schimmenti & Antonius van Rooij
A location to collaboratively work on an incrementally improving and open definition that can serve to delineate behavioral addictions from healthy, non-problematic forms of behavior. Any and all scholarly contributions to definition development are welcomed. Contributions can be freely added via the wiki, proposals will be discussed and implemented in a transparant manner. Source publications [ http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/add.13763/full ] and [http://doi.wiley.com/10.1111/add.13938]

Relationship between social closeness and loss aversion in the face of deception: A behavioral and fMRI study.

Said Jiménez, Eduardo Garza-Villarreal, Roberto Mercadillo, Juan Sánchez-Sosa, Kamila Sip & Jorge Gonzalez-Olvera

White Matter Microscopy Database

Julien Cohen-Adad, Mark Does, Tanguy DUVAL, Tim Dyrby, Els Fieremans, Alexandru Foias, Harris Nami, Farshid Sepehrband, Nikola Stikov, Aldo Zaimi, Ariane Saliani & Luis Concha
The purpose of this repository is to provide a freely-accessible and curated microscopy data of white matter axons from the central and peripheral nervous system. This repository can be used for: - Training/Testing automatic methods for segmenting white matter microstructure - Documenting white matter microstructure across various species - Validating quantitative MRI methods (e.g., diffusion, magnetization transfer, etc.). For more information about this project, please see this presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Ww8YaanjQ1tWNyL4AswHtgqDtkkCSVV8TnXkYqkRM5A/edit?usp=sharing For more information about data organization...

Data from: Involuntary attentional orienting in the absence of awareness speeds up early sensory processing

Antonio Schettino, Valentina Rossi, Gilles Pourtois & Matthias Müller
Materials, data, and analysis scripts of the two experiments presented in the following paper: Schettino, A., Rossi, V., Pourtois, G., Müller, M. M. (2016). Involuntary attentional orienting in the absence of awareness speeds up early sensory processing. Cortex, 74, 107–17. DOI: 10.1016/j.cortex.2015.10.016

The Natural History of Song

Samuel Mehr, Manvir Singh, Dean Knox, Christopher Lucas, Daniel Ketter, Daniel Pickens-Jones, Nori Jacoby, Timothy O'Donnell, Steven Pinker, Max Krasnow & Luke Glowacki
Welcome to the open-access home of the Natural History of Song project! Data and materials for Mehr et al. (2019, Science) are available here.

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