Public Dataset: The Differential Relationship Between Finger Gnosis, and Addition and Subtraction: An fMRI Study
We have publicly shared the data from a recent study(Soylu, Raymond, Gutierrez, & Newman, 2017) through the Harvard Dataverse. This dataset includes raw fMRI data from 24 second and third graders, and the analysis files (durations and the second-level unthresholded & thresholded spmT files). The tasks include single-digit addition and subtraction. Finger gnosis scores are also included to be used as a covariate of interest.
Link & Citation for the Dataset:
Soylu, F. & Newman, S.D (2017), Public Dataset: The Differential Relationship Between Finger Gnosis, and Addition and Subtraction: An fMRI Study", Harvard Dataverse, doi:10.7910/DVN/I7KP3V
Soylu, F., Raymond, D.R., Gutierrez, A.M., & Newman, S.D. (2017). The differential relationship between finger gnosis, and addition and subtraction: an fMRI study. Journal of Numerical Cognition, 3(3), 694–715. doi:10.5964/jnc.v3i3.102
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