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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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