Explicit and implicit processing of expectancy violations in language and music domains (thesis data)



Raw (.bdf) EEG data files collected for two experiments that investigated neural correlates of semantic, grammar and harmony expectancy violations. The EEG system was a Biosemi Active-Two amplifier system with 72 Ag/AgCI electrodes. A common mode sense active electrode was used as a reference electrode and a drive right leg passive electrode as a ground electrode. EEG was recorded at a sampling rate of 256 Hz. There were 64 scalp electrodes, four electrodes recorded electro-oculographic activity, and two electrodes were placed over the right and left mastoids.
Date made available21 Sept 2023
PublisherUniversity of St Andrews

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