Methylphenidate promotes the interaction between motor cortex facilitation and attention processes in healthy adults performing a go/nogo task

Dataset

Title Methylphenidate promotes the interaction between motor cortex facilitation and attention processes in healthy adults performing a go/nogo task
Authors Berger Christoph, Müller-Godeffroy Juliane, Marx Ivo, Reis Olaf, Buchmann Johannes, Dück Alexander
Description <MPH_data.sav> ERP and TMS aggregates, hits, reaction times, MPH clearance, gender and age <bva.zip> raw erp and tms data <BrainVisionRecorder_Marker.txt> description of experimental markers
License CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/legalcode)
Keywords Neuroscience
Electrophysiology
motor control,
event-related potentials
transcranial magnetic stimulation
methylphenidate
Data This dataset can be browsed online here or downloaded as a zip archive (8583 MB). The current version of the dataset repository, possibly with updates, can be found here.
DOI 10.12751/g-node.af468c
Citation This dataset can be cited as:
Berger C, Müller-Godeffroy J, Marx I, Reis O, Buchmann J, Dück A (2018) Methylphenidate promotes the interaction between motor cortex facilitation and attention processes in healthy adults performing a go/nogo task. G-Node. doi:10.12751/g-node.af468c