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The research data includes electroencephalographic (EEG) recordings from 23 young adults, collected between June and August, 2013. The EEG data was recorded in response to continuous sounds presented to two ears and participants responded to targets embedded in the sounds (Frequency change). The data is recorded in the .bdf format. This type of data can be converted into .dat format using software tools such as MATLAB and can be analysed using freely available EEG analyses toolbox 'EEGLAB'.

Data time period: 2013

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