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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
experiment_idIntegerRequiredID for the Experiment/settings/run
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14
studyString100RecommendedStudy
anotb_corr_neg_rt_sdFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Standard deviation of the reaction time for correct responses of negation itemsid_1828
anotb_corr_nonneg_rt_sdFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Standard deviation of the reaction time for correct responses of non-negation itemsid_1832
anotb_corr_total_rt_sdFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Standard deviation of the reaction time for correct responsesid_1824
anotb_mdn_corr_neg_rtFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Median reaction time for the correct negation itemsid_1827
anotb_mdn_corr_nonneg_rtFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Median reaction time for the correct non-negation itemsid_1831
anotb_mdn_corr_total_rtFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Overall median reaction time for correct responeseid_1823
anotb_num_neg_correctFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Number of correct negation itemsid_1825
anotb_num_neg_trFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Number of negation items presented (always 16)id_1819
anotb_num_nonneg_correctFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Number of correct non-negation itemsid_1829
anotb_num_nonneg_trFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Number of non-negation items presented (always 16)id_1820
anotb_num_total_correctFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Total number of correct responsesid_1821
anotb_num_total_trFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Total number of items presented (always 32)id_1818
anotb_per_neg_correctFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Percentage of correct responses for negation itemsid_1826
anotb_per_nonneg_correctFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Percentage of correct responses for non-negation itemsid_1830
anotb_per_total_correctFloatRecommendedAnotB Task: Overall percentage of correct responsesid_1822
choicert_corr_rt_sdFloatRecommendedChoice Reaction Time Task: Standard deviation for the reaction time for correct responeseid_1838
choicert_mdn_corr_rtFloatRecommendedChoice Reaction Time Task: Median reaction time for correct responsesid_1837
choicert_num_correctFloatRecommendedChoice Reaction Time Task: Number of correct responsesid_1835
choicert_num_trFloatRecommendedChoice Reaction Time Task: Number of trials presented (always 60)id_1834
choicert_per_correctFloatRecommendedChoice Reaction Time Task: Percentage of correct responeseid_1836
choicert_quality_controlIntegerRecommendedWhether scores are valid/usuable0;10=no, 1=yesbp_bruder_anotb_quality_control, id_1833, id_1839
flkr_ano_accFloatRecommendedEffect of Flanker interference on accuracy, calculated by subtracting percent correct on incongruent trials from percent correct on congruent trialsid_1916
flkr_ano_acc_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for accuracy in the Flanker task, taking into account both congruent and incongruent trialsid_1928
flkr_ano_errornum_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the number of Flanker trials preceded by an incorrect incongruent trialid_1930
flkr_ano_rtFloatRecommendedEffect of Flanker interference on reaction time, calculated by subtracting average reaction time on congruent trials from average reaction time on incongruent trialsid_1915
flkr_ano_trialnum_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the number of Flanker trials without outlier responses, taking into account both congruent and incongruent trialsid_1929
flkr_canoi_tn_ano_m_rtFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on all trials preceded by correct incongruent trialsid_1898
flkr_cotcon_tn_iar_m_accFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on incongruent trials preceded by correct congruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1887
flkr_cotcon_tn_iar_m_rtFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on incongruent trials preceded by correct congruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1886
flkr_cotinc_tn_ai_m_accFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on incongruent trials preceded by correct incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1896
flkr_cotinc_tn_ai_m_rtFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on incongruent trials preceded by correct incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1895
flkr_cotinc_tn_aot_m_rtFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on all trials preceded by correct incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1901
flkr_cotinc_tn_ar_m_accFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on all trials preceded by correct incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1905
flkr_cotinc_tn_ar_m_rtFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on all trials preceded by correct incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1904
flkr_gratt_ano_accFloatRecommendedGratton effect on accuracy, taken by subtracting percent correct responses on incongruent trials preceded by correct congruent trials from percent correct responses on incongruent trials preceded by correct incongruent trialsid_1920
flkr_gratt_ano_rtFloatRecommendedGratton effect on reaction time, taken by subtracting the average reaction time on incongruent trials preceded by correct incongruent trials from the average reaction time on incongruent trials preceded by correct congruent trialsid_1919
flkr_gratt_ot_rtFloatRecommendedGratton effect on reaction time, taken by subtracting the average reaction time on incongruent trials preceded by correct incongruent trials from the average reaction time on incongruent trials preceded by correct congruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1921
flkr_gratton_ano_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the Gratton effects on accuracy and reaction timeid_1935
flkr_inanoi_tn_anor_m_rtFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on all trials preceded by incorrect incongruent trialsid_1907
flkr_incotinc_tn_aotr_m_rtFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on all trials preceded by incorrect incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1910
flkr_incotinc_tn_ar_m_accFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on all trials preceded by incorrect incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1914
flkr_incotinc_tn_ar_m_rtFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on all trials preceded by incorrect incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1913
flkr_laming_ano_accFloatRecommendedLaming effect on accuracy, taken by subtracting percent correct on trials preceded by correct incongruent trials from percent correct on trials preceded by incorrect incongruent trialsid_1924
flkr_m_acc_anoi_trFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on incongruent trialsid_1871
flkr_m_acc_later_con_trFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on congruent trials that elicited "Too Slow!" feedbackid_1867
flkr_m_acc_later_inc_trFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on incongruent trials that elicited "Too Slow!" feedbackid_1877
flkr_m_acc_ot_con_trFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on congruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1864
flkr_m_rt_ano_con_trFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on congruent trialsid_1860
flkr_m_rt_anoi_trFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on incongruent trialsid_1870
flkr_m_rt_later_con_trFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on congruent trials that elicited "Too Slow!" feedbackid_1866
flkr_m_rt_later_inc_trFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on incongruent trials that elicited "Too Slow!" feedbackid_1876
flkr_ncanoi_tn_anoi_trFloatRecommendedNumber of incongruent trials preceded by correct incongruent trialsid_1888
flkr_ncotcon_tn_inc_arFloatRecommendedNumber of incongruent trials preceded by correct (on-time) congruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1885
flkr_ncotinc_tn_arFloatRecommendedNumber of trials preceded by a correct incongruent trialOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1903
flkr_nincotinc_tn_arFloatRecommendedNumber of trials preceded by an incorrect incongruent trialOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1912
flkr_num_ano_con_trFloatRecommendedNumber of congruent trials without outliersid_1859
flkr_num_anoi_trFloatRecommendedNumber of incongruent trials without outliersid_1869
flkr_num_later_con_trFloatRecommendedNumber of congruent trials that elicted "Too Slow!" feedbackid_1865
flkr_num_later_inc_trFloatRecommendedNumber of incongruent trials that elicited "Too Slow!" feedbackid_1875
flkr_num_noresp_con_trFloatRecommendedNumber of congruent trials with no responseid_1868
flkr_num_noresp_inc_trFloatRecommendedNumber of incongruent trials with no responseid_1878
flkr_num_ot_con_trFloatRecommendedNumber of congruent trials that did not elicit "Too Slow!" feedbackOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1862
flkr_num_otinc_trFloatRecommendedNumber of incongruent trials that did not elicit "Too Slow!" feedbackOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1872
flkr_of_outliersFloatRecommendedTotal number of outliersid_1858
flkr_ot_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for Flanker interference effect on accuracy and reaction timeOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1937
flkr_outlier_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the number of outliersid_1927, id_2035, prt_num_outliers_qc
flkr_rab_lam_ano_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the Rabbitt effect on reaction timeid_1936
flkr_rabbitt_ano_rtFloatRecommendedRabbitt effect on reaction time, calculated by subtracting the average reaction time on trials preceded by a correct incongruent trial from the average reaction time on trials preceded by an incorrect incongruent trialid_1923
prt_abthr1_1FloatRecommendedNumber of trials above threshold (>2500 ms) in block 1id_1952
prt_abthr1_2FloatRecommendedNumber of trials above threshold (>2500 ms) in block 2id_1982
prt_abthr1_totalFloatRecommendedNumber of trials above threshold (>2500 ms) across both blocksid_2012
prt_ac1_1FloatRecommendedOverall accuracy in block 1id_1961
prt_ac1_2FloatRecommendedOverall accuracy in block 2id_1991
prt_ac1_totalFloatRecommendedOverall accuracy in across both blocksid_2021
prt_acc_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for accuracy in the PRTid_2036
prt_avlnt1_1FloatRecommendedAverage reaction time for lean (less frequently rewarded) trials in block 1id_1957
prt_avlnt1_2FloatRecommendedAverage reaction time for lean (less frequently rewarded) trials in block 2id_1987
prt_avlnt1_totalFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time for lean (less frequently rewarded) trials across both blocksid_2017
prt_avrht1_1FloatRecommendedAverage reaction time for rich (most frequently rewarded) trials in block 1id_1956
prt_avrht1_2FloatRecommendedAverage reaction time for rich (most frequently rewarded) trials in block 2id_1986
prt_avrht1_totalFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time for rich (most frequently rewarded) trials across both blocksid_2016
prt_avt1_1FloatRecommendedAverage reaction time in block 1id_1955
prt_avt1_2FloatRecommendedAverage reaction time in block 2id_1985
prt_avt1_totalFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time across both blocksid_2015
prt_blthr1_1FloatRecommendedNumber of trials below threshold (<150 ms) in block 1id_1951
prt_blthr1_2FloatRecommendedNumber of trials below threshold (<150 ms) in block 2id_1981
prt_blthr1_totalFloatRecommendedNumber of trials below threshold (<150 ms) across both blocksid_2011
prt_corct1_1FloatRecommendedNumber of correct trials in block 1id_1945
prt_corct1_2FloatRecommendedNumber of correct trials in block 2id_1975
prt_corct1_totalFloatRecommendedNumber of correct trials across both blocksid_2005
prt_dis_adjst_all1_1FloatRecommendedAdjust-all calculation of discriminability for block 1 (use this variable for discriminability)id_1969
prt_dis_adjst_all1_2FloatRecommendedAdjust-all calculation of discriminability for block 2 (use this variable for discriminability)id_1999
prt_dis_adjst_all1_totalFloatRecommendedAdjust-all calculation of discriminability for block 3 (use this variable for discriminability)id_2029
prt_dis_adjst_zeros1_1FloatRecommendedAdjust-zeros calculation of discriminability for block 1 (use dis_adjst_all instead)id_1968
prt_dis_adjst_zeros1_2FloatRecommendedAdjust-zeros calculation of discriminability for block 2 (use dis_adjst_all instead)id_1998
prt_dis_adjst_zeros1_totalFloatRecommendedAdjust-zeros calculation of discriminability for block 3 (use dis_adjst_all instead)id_2028
prt_dis_pure1_1FloatRecommendedPure calculation of discriminability for block 1 (use dis_adjst_all instead)id_1967
prt_dis_pure1_2FloatRecommendedPure calculation of discriminability for block 2 (use dis_adjst_all instead)id_1997
prt_dis_pure1_totalFloatRecommendedPure calculation of discriminability across both blocks (use dis_adjst_all instead)id_2027
prt_end_1_1FloatRecommendedEnding trial number for block 1id_1941
prt_end_1_2FloatRecommendedEnding trial number for block 2id_1971
prt_end_1_totalFloatRecommendedEnding trial number for whole taskid_2001
prt_lnac1_1FloatRecommendedAccuracy for lean trials in block 1id_1963
prt_lnac1_2FloatRecommendedAccuracy for lean trials in block 2id_1993
prt_lnac1_totalFloatRecommendedAccuracy for lean trials across both blocksid_2023
prt_lncor1_1FloatRecommendedCount of lean correct trials in block 1id_1947
prt_lncor1_2FloatRecommendedCount of lean correct trials in block 2id_1977
prt_lncor1_totalFloatRecommendedCount of lean correct trials across both blocksid_2007
prt_lnct1_1FloatRecommendedCount of lean trials in block 1id_1944
prt_lnct1_2FloatRecommendedCount of lean trials in block 2id_1974
prt_lnct1_totalFloatRecommendedCount of lean trials across both blocksid_2004
prt_lnrwd_ct_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the number of rewards delivered on lean trials in the PRTid_2033
prt_lnrwd1_1FloatRecommendedCount of rewarded lean trials in block 1id_1950
prt_lnrwd1_2FloatRecommendedCount of rewarded lean trials in block 2id_1980
prt_lnrwd1_totalFloatRecommendedCount of rewarded lean trials across both blocksid_2010
prt_mancheck_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the manual check of the PRT dataid_2038
prt_maxt1_1FloatRecommendedMaximum reaction time in block 1id_1959
prt_maxt1_2FloatRecommendedMaximum reaction time in block 2id_1989
prt_maxt1_totalFloatRecommendedMaximum reaction time across both blocksid_2019
prt_mint1_1FloatRecommendedMinimum reaction time in block 1id_1958
prt_mint1_2FloatRecommendedMinimum reaction time in block 2id_1988
prt_mint1_totalFloatRecommendedMinimum reaction time across both blocksid_2018
prt_moout1_1FloatRecommendedNumber of additional outlier trials (greater than 3 times stdev above mean OR below 3 times stdev below mean) in block 1id_1953
prt_moout1_2FloatRecommendedNumber of additional outlier trials (greater than 3 times stdev above mean OR below 3 times stdev below mean) in block 2id_1983
prt_moout1_totalFloatRecommendedNumber of additional outlier trials (greater than 3 times stdev above mean OR below 3 times stdev below mean) across both blocksid_2013
prt_num_valid_trls_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the number of usable (valid) trials in the PRTid_2031
prt_out_1_1FloatRecommendedTotal number of outliers in block 1id_1954
prt_out_1_2FloatRecommendedTotal number of outliers in block 2id_1984
prt_out_1_totalFloatRecommendedTotal number of outliers across both blocksid_2014
prt_procerror_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for procedural errors in the PRTid_2037
prt_prt_qc_statusFloatRecommendedOverall quality control indicator for the PRT dataid_2039
prt_rb_adjall_blk2_min_blk1FloatRecommendedResponse bias in PRT block 2 minus block 1id_2030
prt_rb_adjst_all1_1FloatRecommendedAdjust-all calculation of response bias in block1 (use this variable for response bias)id_1966
prt_rb_adjst_all1_2FloatRecommendedAdjust-all calculation of response bias in block2 (use this variable for response bias)id_1996
prt_rb_adjst_all1_totalFloatRecommendedAdjust-all calculation of response bias across both blocks (use this variable for response bias)id_2026
prt_rb_adjst_zeros1_1FloatRecommendedAdjust-zeros calculation of response bias in block 1 (use RB_adjst_all instead)id_1965
prt_rb_adjst_zeros1_2FloatRecommendedAdjust-zeros calculation of response bias in block 2 (use RB_adjst_all instead)id_1995
prt_rb_adjst_zeros1_totalFloatRecommendedAdjust-zeros calculation of response bias across both blocks (use RB_adjst_all instead)id_2025
prt_rb_pure1_1FloatRecommendedPure calculation of response bias in block 1 (use RB_adjst_all instead)id_1964
prt_rb_pure1_2FloatRecommendedPure calculation of response bias in block 2 (use RB_adjst_all instead)id_1994
prt_rb_pure1_totalFloatRecommendedPure calculation of response bias across both blocks (use RB_adjst_all instead)id_2024
prt_rhac1_1FloatRecommendedAccuracy for rich trials in block 1id_1962
prt_rhac1_2FloatRecommendedAccuracy for rich trials in block 2id_1992
prt_rhac1_totalFloatRecommendedAccuracy for rich trials across both blocksid_2022
prt_rhcor1_1FloatRecommendedCount of rich correct trials in block 1id_1946
prt_rhcor1_2FloatRecommendedCount of rich correct trials in block 2id_1976
prt_rhcor1_totalFloatRecommendedCount of rich correct trials across both blocksid_2006
prt_rhct1_1FloatRecommendedCount of rich trials in block 1id_1943
prt_rhct1_2FloatRecommendedCount of rich trials in block 2id_1973
prt_rhct1_totalFloatRecommendedCount of rich trials across both blocksid_2003
prt_rhlnrwd_ratio_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicated for rich/lean reward ratio in the PRTid_2034
prt_rhrwd_ct_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the number of rewards delivered on rich trials in the PRTid_2032
prt_rhrwd1_1FloatRecommendedCount of rewarded rich trials in block 1id_1949
prt_rhrwd1_2FloatRecommendedCount of rewarded rich trials in block 2id_1979
prt_rhrwd1_totalFloatRecommendedCount of rewarded rich trials across both blocksid_2009
prt_rwdct1_1FloatRecommendedCount of rewarded trials (subject got positive feedback) in block 1id_1948
prt_rwdct1_2FloatRecommendedCount of rewarded trials (subject got positive feedback) in block 2id_1978
prt_rwdct1_totalFloatRecommendedCount of rewarded trials (subject got positive feedback) across both blocksid_2008
prt_sdt1_1FloatRecommendedStandard deviation of reaction time in block 1id_1960
prt_sdt1_2FloatRecommendedStandard deviation of reaction time in block 2id_1990
prt_sdt1_totalFloatRecommendedStandard deviation of reaction time across both blocksid_2020
prt_strt1_1FloatRecommendedStarting trial number in block 1id_1940
prt_strt1_2FloatRecommendedStarting trial number in block 2id_1970
prt_strt1_totalFloatRecommendedStarting trial number for whole taskid_2000
prt_vldtrl1_1FloatRecommendedNumber of valid trials in block 1 (based on valid reaction time window)id_1942
prt_vldtrl1_2FloatRecommendedNumber of valid trials in block 2 (based on valid reaction time window)id_1972
prt_vldtrl1_totalFloatRecommendedNumber of valid trials in block 3 (based on valid reaction time window)id_2002
wf_proper_noun_errorsFloatRecommendedWord Fluency Task: Number of proper noun errorsid_1843
wf_repeat_errorsFloatRecommendedWord Fluency Task: Number of repeat errorsid_1842
wf_total_valid_wordsFloatRecommendedWord Fluency Task: Total valid number of words (Total words - wrong letter errors - repeat errors - proper noun errors = Total valid number of words)id_1844
wf_total_wordsFloatRecommendedWord Fluency Task: Total number of wordsid_1840
wf_wrong_letter_errorsFloatRecommendedWord Fluency Task: Number of wrong letter errorsid_1841
flkr_m_rt_ot_con_trFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on congruent trials. "OnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1863
flkr_m_acc_ano_con_trFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on congruent trialsid_1861
flkr_m_rt_otinc_trFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1873
flkr_m_acc_otinc_trFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1874
flkr_canocon_tn_anoi_m_rtFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on incongruent trials preceded by correct congruent trialsid_1880
flkr_canocon_tn_anoi_m_accFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on incongruent trials preceded by correct congruent trialsid_1881
flkr_canoi_tn_anoi_tr_m_rtFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on incongruent trials preceded by correct incongruent trialsid_1889
flkr_canoi_tn_anoi_tr_m_accFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on incongruent trials preceded by correct incongruent trialsid_1890
flkr_ncoanoi_tn_anorFloatRecommendedNumber of trials preceded by a correct incongruent trialid_1897
flkr_canoi_tn_ano_m_accFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on all trials preceded by correct incongruent trialsid_1899
flkr_inc_anoi_tn_anorFloatRecommendedNumber of trials preceded by an incorrect incongruent trialid_1906
flkr_inanoi_tn_anor_m_accFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on all trials preceded by incorrect incongruent trialsid_1908
flkr_ot_rtFloatRecommendedEffect of Flanker interference on reaction time, calculated by subtracting average reaction time on congruent trials from average reaction time on incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1917
flkr_ot_accFloatRecommendedEffect of Flanker interference on accuracy, calculated by subtracting percent correct on incongruent trials from percent correct on congruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1918
flkr_gratt_ot_accFloatRecommendedGratton effect on accuracy, taken by subtracting percent correct responses on incongruent trials preceded by correct congruent trials from percent correct responses on incongruent trials preceded by correct incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1922
flkr_rabbitt_ot_rtFloatRecommendedRabbitt effect on reaction time, calculated by subtracting the average reaction time on trials preceded by a correct incongruent trial from the average reaction time on trials preceded by an incorrect incongruent trialOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1925
flkr_laming_ot_accFloatRecommendedLaming effect on accuracy, taken by subtracting percent correct on trials preceded by correct incongruent trials from percent correct on trials preceded by incorrect incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1926
flkr_ot_trialnum_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the number of Flanker trials without outlier responses, taking into account both congruent and incongruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1932
flkr_ot_errornum_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the number of Flanker trials preceded by an incorrect incongruent trialOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1933
flkr_ano_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for Flanker interference effect on accuracy and reaction timeid_1934
flkr_gratton_ot_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the Gratton effects on accuracy and reaction timeOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1938
flkr_rab_lam_ot_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for the Rabbitt effect on reaction timeOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1939
flkr_cotinc_tn_otit_m_rtFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on (on-time) incongruent trials preceded by correct (on-time) incongruent trialsid_1892
flkr_ncanocon_tn_anoi_trFloatRecommendedNumber of incongruent trials preceded by correct congruent trialsid_1879
flkr_ncotinc_tn_ot_inc_trFloatRecommendedNumber of (on-time) incongruent trials preceded by correct (on-time) incongruent trialsid_1891
flkr_ncotinc_tn_ai_respsFloatRecommendedNumber of incongruent trials preceded by correct (on-time) incongruent trialsid_1894
flkr_ncotinc_tn_aotrFloatRecommendedNumber of (on-time) trials preceded by a correct (on-time) incongruent trialid_1900
flkr_nincotinc_tn_aotrFloatRecommendedNumber of (on-time) trials preceded by an incorrect (on-time) incongruent trialid_1909
flkr_cotinc_tn_aot_m_accFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on (on-time) trials preceded by correct (on-time) incongruent trialsid_1902
flkr_incotinc_tn_aotr_m_accFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on (on-time) trials preceded by incorrect (on-time) incongruent trialsid_1911
flkr_cotcon_tn_otinc_m_accFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on (on-time) incongruent trials preceded by correct (on-time) congruent trialsid_1884
flkr_cotinc_tn_otit_m_accFloatRecommendedPercent correct responses on (on-time) incongruent trials preceded by correct (on-time) incongruent trialsid_1893
flkr_ncotcon_tn_otinc_trFloatRecommendedNumber of incongruent trials preceded by correct congruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1882
flkr_cotcon_tn_otinc_m_rtFloatRecommendedAverage reaction time on incongruent trials preceded by correct congruent trialsOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1883
flkr_ot_acc_qcFloatRecommendedQuality control indicator for Flanker interference effect on accuracy and reaction timeOnTime/OT" indicates that only responses executed before the "Too Slow!" feedback are included in the analysis (with the exception of any outliers). Thus, these data are a subset of the "All_NoOuts" data.id_1931
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