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Chimeric Animal Stroop Task

fccstroop

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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_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
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.
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
trials_conIntegerRecommendedStroop - # accepted trials in the congruent condition
trials_neuIntegerRecommendedStroop - # accepted trials in the neutral condition
trials_incIntegerRecommendedStroop - # accepted trials in the incongruent condition
stroopconpctIntegerRecommendedStroop Congruent Percent Correctcor_con
stroopneutpctIntegerRecommendedStroop Neutral Percent Correctcor_neu
stroopincpctIntegerRecommendedStroop Incongruent Percent Correctcor_inc
lat_cor_conIntegerRecommendedStroop -latency for correct responses for congruent stimuli
lat_cor_neuIntegerRecommendedStroop -latency for correct responses for neutral stimuli
lat_cor_incIntegerRecommendedStroop -latency for correct responses for incongruent stimuli
lat_incor_conIntegerRecommendedStroop -latency for incorrect responses for congruent stimuli
lat_incor_neuIntegerRecommendedStroop - latency for incorrect responses for neutral stimuli
lat_incor_incIntegerRecommendedStroop -latency for incorrect responses for incongruent stimuli
stroop_incon_rt_cor_1FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1, incongruent trials, Reaction time for correct responsesstroop_incon_rt_correct_1
stroop_incon_rt_incor_1FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1, incongruent trials, Reaction time for incorrect responsesstroop_incon_rt_incorrect_1
stroop_incon_rtsd_cor_1FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1, incongruent trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for correct responsesstroop_incon_rtsd_correct_1
stroop_incon_rtsd_incor_1FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1, incongruent trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for incorrect responsesstroop_incon_rtsd_incorrect_1
stroop_neutral_rt_cor_1FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1, neutral trials, Reaction time for correct responsesstroop_neutral_rt_correct_1
stroop_neutral_rt_incor_1FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1, neutral trials, Reaction time for incorrect responsesstroop_neutral_rt_incorrect_1
stroop_neutral_rtsd_cor_1FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1,neutral trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for correct responsesstroop_neutral_rtsd_correct_1
stroop_neutral_rtsd_incor_1FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1, neutral trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for incorrect responsesstroop_neutral_rtsd_incorrect_1
stroop_cong_rt_cor_2FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 2, Congruent trials, Reaction time for correct responsesstroop_cong_rt_correct_2
stroop_cong_rt_incor_2FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 2, Congruent trials, Reaction time for incorrect responsesstroop_cong_rt_incorrect_2
stroop_cong_rtsd_cor_2FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 2, Congruent trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for correct responsesstroop_cong_rtsd_correct_2
stroop_cong_rtsd_incor_2FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 2, Congruent trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for incorrect responsesstroop_cong_rtsd_incorrect_2
stroop_incon_rt_cor_3FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 3, incongruent trials, Reaction time for correct responsesstroop_incon_rt_correct_3
stroop_incon_rt_incor_3FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 3, incongruent trials, Reaction time for incorrect responsesstroop_incon_rt_incorrect_3
stroop_incon_rtsd_cor_3FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 3, incongruent trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for correct responsesstroop_incon_rtsd_correct_3
stroop_incon_rtsd_incor_3FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 3, incongruent trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for incorrect responsesstroop_incon_rtsd_incorrect_3
stroop_neutral_rt_cor_3FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 3, neutral trials, Reaction time for correct responsesstroop_neutral_rt_correct_3
stroop_neutral_rt_incor_3FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 3, neutral trials, Reaction time for incorrect responsesstroop_neutral_rt_incorrect_3
stroop_neutral_rtsd_cor_3FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 3,neutral trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for correct responsesstroop_neutral_rtsd_correct_3
stroop_neutral_rtsd_incor_3FloatRecommendedStroop, Block 3, neutral trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for incorrect responsesstroop_neutral_rtsd_incorrect_3
stroop_incon_no_cor_1IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 1, incongruent trials, number correctstroop_incon_no_correct_1
stroop_incon_no_incor_1IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 1, incongruent trials, number incorrectstroop_incon_no_incorrect_1
stroop_incon_no_cor_pr_1IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 1, incongruent trials, number prompted responses correctstroop_incon_no_correct_pr_1
stroop_incon_no_incor_pr_1IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 1, incongruent trials, number prompted responses incorrectstroop_incon_no_incorrect_pr_1
stroop_incon_no_noresp_1IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 1, incongruent trials, number no responsesstroop_incon_no_noresponse_1
stroop_incon_no_invtrials_1IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 1, incongruent trials, number invalid trialsstroop_incon_no_invalidtrials_1
stroop_neutral_no_cor_1IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 1, neutral trials, number correctstroop_neutral_no_correct_1
stroop_neutral_no_incor_1IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 1, neutral trials, number incorrectstroop_neutral_no_incorrect_1
stroop_neutral_no_cor_pr_1IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 1, neutral trials, number prompted responses correctstroop_neutral_no_correct_pr_1
stroop_neutral_no_incor_pr_1IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 1, neutral trials, number prompted responses incorrectstroop_neutral_no_incorrect_pr_1
stroop_neutral_no_noresp_1IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 1,neutral trials, number no responsesstroop_neutral_no_noresponse_1
stroop_neutral_no_invtrials_1IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 1, neutral trials, number invalid trialsstroop_neutral_no_invalidtrials_1
stroop_cong_no_cor_2IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 2, congruent trials, number correctstroop_cong_no_correct_2
stroop_cong_no_incor_2IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 2, congruent trials, number incorrectstroop_cong_no_incorrect_2
stroop_cong_no_cor_pr_2IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 2, congruent trials, number prompted responses correctstroop_cong_no_correct_pr_2
stroop_cong_no_incor_pr_2IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 2, congruent trials, number prompted responses incorrectstroop_cong_no_incorrect_pr_2
stroop_cong_no_noresp_2IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 2,congruent trials, number no responsesstroop_cong_no_noresponse_2
stroop_cong_no_invtrials_2IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 2,congruent trials, number invalid trialsstroop_cong_no_invalidtrials_2
stroop_incon_no_cor_3IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 3, incongruent trials, number correctstroop_incon_no_correct_3
stroop_incon_no_incor_3IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 3, incongruent trials, number incorrectstroop_incon_no_incorrect_3
stroop_incon_no_cor_pr_3IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 3, incongruent trials, number prompted responses correctstroop_incon_no_correct_pr_3
stroop_incon_no_incor_pr_3IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 3, incongruent trials, number prompted responses incorrectstroop_incon_no_incorrect_pr_3
stroop_incon_no_noresp_3IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 3, incongruent trials, number no responsesstroop_incon_no_noresponse_3
stroop_incon_no_invtrials_3IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 3, incongruent trials, number invalid trialsstroop_incon_no_invalidtrials_3
stroop_neutral_no_cor_3IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 3, neutral trials, number correctstroop_neutral_no_correct_3
stroop_neutral_no_incor_3IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 3, neutral trials, number incorrectstroop_neutral_no_incorrect_3
stroop_neutral_no_cor_pr_3IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 3, neutral trials, number prompted responses correctstroop_neutral_no_correct_pr_3
stroop_neutral_no_incor_pr_3IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 3, neutral trials, number prompted responses incorrectstroop_neutral_no_incorrect_pr_3
stroop_neutral_no_noresp_3IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 3,neutral trials, number no responsesstroop_neutral_no_noresponse_3
stroop_neutral_no_invtrials_3IntegerRecommendedStroop, Block 3, neutral trials, number invalid trialsstroop_neutral_no_invalidtrials_3
stroop_incon_rt_corFloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1+3, incongruent trials, Reaction time for correct responsesstroop_incon_rt_correct
stroop_incon_rt_incorFloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1+3, incongruent trials, Reaction time for incorrect responsesstroop_incon_rt_incorrect
stroop_incon_rtsd_corFloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1+3, incongruent trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for correct responsesstroop_incon_rtsd_correct
stroop_incon_rtsd_incorFloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1+3, incongruent trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for incorrect responsesstroop_incon_rtsd_incorrect
stroop_neutral_rt_corFloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1+3, neutral trials, Reaction time for correct responsesstroop_neutral_rt_correct
stroop_neutral_rt_incorFloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1+3, neutral trials, Reaction time for incorrect responsesstroop_neutral_rt_incorrect
stroop_neutral_rtsd_corFloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1+3, neutral trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for correct responsesstroop_neutral_rtsd_correct
stroop_neutral_rtsd_incorFloatRecommendedStroop, Block 1+3, neutral trials, Reaction time Standard Deviation for incorrect responsesstroop_neutral_rtsd_incorrect
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