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Effects of very high-frequency sound and ultrasound on humans part II: a double-blind randomized provocation study of inaudible 20-kHz ultrasound

Effects of very high-frequency sound and ultrasound on humans part II: a double-blind randomized provocation study of inaudible 20-kHz ultrasound
Effects of very high-frequency sound and ultrasound on humans part II: a double-blind randomized provocation study of inaudible 20-kHz ultrasound
Dataset in support of the paper Fletcher, M (2018) 'Effects of very high-frequency sound and ultrasound on humans part II: a double-blind randomized provocation study of inaudible 20-kHz ultrasound' Journal of the Acoustical Society of America A data structure that is readable in Matlab. The data structure contains the raw data for the study, including response type and response times for the attention task, and the participant ratings for each trial, as well as participant information such as age and gender. Each condition has a key (stored in a separate file called "condition key"), which reveals the order of conditions in the main data file ("USExpRaw"). This key is separate as the experimenter was blinded to the condition being played.
University of Southampton
Fletcher, Mark
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Fletcher, Mark
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Fletcher, Mark (2018) Effects of very high-frequency sound and ultrasound on humans part II: a double-blind randomized provocation study of inaudible 20-kHz ultrasound. University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/D0440 [Dataset]

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Dataset in support of the paper Fletcher, M (2018) 'Effects of very high-frequency sound and ultrasound on humans part II: a double-blind randomized provocation study of inaudible 20-kHz ultrasound' Journal of the Acoustical Society of America A data structure that is readable in Matlab. The data structure contains the raw data for the study, including response type and response times for the attention task, and the participant ratings for each trial, as well as participant information such as age and gender. Each condition has a key (stored in a separate file called "condition key"), which reveals the order of conditions in the main data file ("USExpRaw"). This key is separate as the experimenter was blinded to the condition being played.

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Published date: 29 January 2018
Organisations: Human Sciences Group

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Local EPrints ID: 418547
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/418547
PURE UUID: f99f395c-4f5c-4dc3-8ce5-980e68c45df1

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Date deposited: 09 Mar 2018 17:33
Last modified: 13 Dec 2021 06:00

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