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  • Data for: Discrimination of ordinal relationships in temporal sequences by 4-month-old infants
    Raw data for habiutation and test trials by subject (sex and age)
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  • Data for: Complexity in neuropsychological assessment of cognitive impairment. A network analysis approach.
    Raw data from the paper "Complexity in neuropsychological assessment of cognitive impairment. A network analysis approach" by Tosi, Borsani, Castiglioni, Daini, Franceschi and Romano. The file includes all the raw scores of the neuropsychological assessments.
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  • Data for: Shame behind the corner? A daily diary investigation of pathological narcissism
    Data and R-code for: "Shame behind the corner? A daily diary investigation of pathological narcissism".
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  • Data for: Discrimination of ordinal relationships in temporal sequences by 4-month-old infants
    Data from both habituation and test trials by subject (age and sex)
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  • Data for: Being liked or not being liked: A study on social-media exclusion in a preadolescent population
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  • Keeping order in the brain: the supramarginal gyrus and serial order in short-term memory - dataset and materials
    Dataset and materials for the rTMS study "Keeping order in the brains: the supramarginal gyrus and serial order in short-term memory". In the "Experiment folders" there are the E-Prime script of the tasks and the stimuli used. In the "Database and all anlysis" folder, there is the anonymus excel database of all 4 experiments and the Statistica workbook with all the analyses conducted and reported in the paper.
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  • Data for: Operational Momentum in Preschool Children and Adults: Ordering along the mental number line
    Operational Momentum in Preschool Children and Adults: Ordering along the mental number line
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  • Data for: The Self-Referencing task: Theoretical overview and empirical evidence.
    SPSS Dataset and R script file
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  • Sharing motor plans while acting jointly: a TMS study
    When acting together, we may represent not only our own individual goals but also a collective goal. Although behavioural evidence suggests that agents' motor plans might be related to collective goals, direct neurophysiological evidence of whether collective goals are motorically represented is still scarce. The aim of the present transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) study is to begin to fill this gap. A participant and a confederate were asked to sequentially perform a two-choice reaction time task by acting on pressure sensors. In their own turn, they saw a cue indicating whether to lift their fingers from (or to press them on) a pressure sensor to shoot a ball across the screen as fast as possible. The confederate responded with the right hand, the participant with the left hand. While the confederate acted on the sensor, the participant's motor evoked potentials (MEPs) were collected from the right Extensor Carpi Ulnaris. If participants represent their own and the confederate's actions as being directed to a collective goal, MEPs amplitude should be modulated according to the action the confederate should perform. To test this conjecture, we contrasted three conditions: a Joint condition, in which both players worked together with their collective goal being to shoot the ball to get it to a common target, a Parallel condition, in which the players performed exactly the same task but received independent outcomes for their performance, and a Competitive condition, in which the outcome of the game still depended on the other player performance, but without the collective goal feature. Results showed no MEPs modulation according to confederate's action in the Joint condition. Post-hoc exploratory analyses both provide some hints about this negative finding and also suggest possible improvements (i.e. adopting a different dependent variable, avoiding task-switching between conditions) for testing our hypothesis that collective goal can be represented motorically.,IsSupplementTo: Bortoletto M (2021) Sharing motor plans while acting jointly: a TMS study. OSF. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/HJVCM. (https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/HJVCM),
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  • Crippa et al. 2015 Additional results
    Means and standard deviations of Honk Test and Battersea Multitasking Paradigm scores in typically developing children, children with ADHD only, and children with ADHD+ODD.
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