Mrs Gillian Beecher talks to her daughter Ruth about her home Dalmally on the Ballinlough road in Cork, Ireland and about her mother and sister. She talks about going to church 'socials,' i.e. dances, and her friends and boyfriends in the 1960s. She recalls the stigma of her mother’s suicide in 1958 and her time in the Baptist Church in Cork. In the second interview, Mrs Beecher talks about attending Rochelle School in Cork in...
Observe record interpret: some examples of teaching sedimentology by distance learning - Supplementary data imagesCharlie Bristow
Woburn sands virtual graphic log supplementary figures a-v The photographs show cross-stratified and bioturbated sands of the Woburn Sands that are Cretaceous (Aptian-Albian) in age. They were deposited within a tidal embayment which covered southern England at that time (Yoshida et al 2004).
Quantitative MRI provides markers of intra-, inter-regional, and age-related differences in young adult cortical microstructureFrancesco Caprini & Daniel Carey
1. Maps for all subjects, parameters and fractions (ASCII) 2. Maps for all cross-subject averages for all parameters and fractions (ASCII)
This dataset was collected for the Open Research Survey of 2017. The data supports the linked report in BIROn.
Summary measures on the following tasks: - WASI II IQ test (Vocabulary and Matrix Reasoning subtests) - Simple and Complex Go/No-Go task - Numerical Stroop task - Science and Maths misconceptions task In a sample of 90 participants aged 11 to 15 years old.
Supplementary figures Supplementary figure 1 Supplementary figure A Supplementary figure B Supplementary figure C Supplementary figure D Supplementary figure E Supplementary figure F Supplementary figure G This dataset consists of images which support the linked publication in Sedimentary Geology. The images are of clastic sediments, including cross-stratified sands and gravels of Holocene age that were deposited along the southern shores of palaeolake Mega-Chad.
These are the data supporting the results of the paper titled "Altered functional connectivity during speech perception in congenital amusia" by Kyle Jasmin, Fred Dick, Lauren Stewart, and Adam Tierney.
flexiMAP: A regression-based method for discovering differential alternative polyadenylation events in standard RNA-seq dataKrzysztof J. Szkop, David S. Moss & Irene Nobeli
An “idealized” dataset of RNA-seq reads was created using the polyester R package (Frazee et al., 2015). This simulated dataset is clean of technical biases and fold changes between isoforms are known, allowing testing of the sensitivity limits of the method in the absence of external factors. The simulation experiment comprises 20 samples, 10 in each of two conditions. For the "main" dataset, polyadenylation sites splitting each transcript into two isoforms (short and long) were...
This archive is part of Mapping Museums project (mappingmuseums.org). The Mapping Museums research project began in October 2016 and will conclude in September 2020. It is based at Birkbeck, University of London and is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The project focuses on growth and change in the UK museum sector from 1960 to 2020 and it has four main outputs: - A database containing information on over 4,000 museums. This data...
Recognising how difficult it is to find cheap and suitable rehearsal spaces in London, and the effect that may have on the viability and finances of many unfunded fringe productions, on behalf of the Centre for Contemporary Theatre I successfully applied to the Higher Education Investment Fund (HEIF) to fund the theatre director Tom Mansfield to undertake the research and to compile the first survey of rehearsal and audition rooms in London in May 2013....
Data for Are two cues always better than one: The role of multiple intra-sensory cues compared to multi-cross-sensory cues in children’s incidental category learningHannah Broadbent & Tamsin Osborne
This is the data whose analysis is reported in the associated article that appeared in Cognition. It is essentially reaction time and accuracy data as well as age and gender information on the participants who took part in the study. See journal article for more detail.
We present data from three experiments using a sequential binary choice task that explore the relationship between two proposed cognitive control functions: set-shifting and place-keeping (i.e., keeping track of one’s place within a sequential task). The task involves switching from one stimulus-response mapping to another across trials, according to a predefined sequence and in the face of occasional brief interruptions. Response-stimulus interval, interruption length and interrupting task were varied. In each study, response time, sequential...
Data for a cross-modal task-switching experiment published with the title: 'Information processes of task-switching and modality-shifting across development'. Mean reaction time and accuracy scores were recorded while participants took part in a novel computerised audio-visual task-switching and modality-switching task. Participants were 4-year-old, 6-year-olds and adults.
Results of aeolian abrasion of basalt sands, including the amounts of dust collected, grain size data for sand samples (seived), grain size data for dust (Malver mastersizer).
Here we present auditory stimuli for the Multi-Dimensional Battery of Prosody Perception (MBOPP), a novel tool for the assessment of prosody perception. It consists of two subtests-- Linguistic Focus, which measures the ability to hear emphasis or sentential stress, and Phrase Boundaries, which measures the ability to hear where in a compound sentence one phrase ends, and another begins. Perception of individual acoustic dimensions (Pitch and Time) can be examined separately, and test difficulty can...
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Underlying Data for Mutation Studies of the Gene Encoding YuiC, a Stationary Phase Survival Protein in Bacillus subtilisDoris Huai Xia Quay, Sanjib Bhakta & Nicholas Herbert Keep
Excel spreadsheet of individual datapoints for Figure 7 Supplementary Figure 1 Paper Authors: Doris Quay Huai Xia, Amna Qureshi, Sanjib Bhakta & Nicholas H. Keep