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Anodal tDCS over the motor cortex on prepared and unprepared responses in young adults.

The University of Newcastle, Australia
Alexander Conley (Aggregated by) Andrew Heathcote (Aggregated by) Frini Karayanidis (Associated with, Aggregated by) Jodie Marquez (Aggregated by) Mark Parsons (Aggregated by)
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The data in this file are reaction times and accuracy percentages for the cued go/no go task, and also the trail making, digit span and grooved pegboard tests. Number of participants: 54 (20 males, mean age 21.43 +/- 2.72 years). The subjects were healthy right-handed young adults with no history of epilepsy, heart disease and were not pregnant. Two 2.5 hour sessions split by a 3-week. SPSS version 22 was used to analyse the data.
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