Data for "Coercion changes the sense of agency in the human brain". Authored by Emilie A. Caspar, Julia F. Christensen, Axel Cleeremans & Patrick Haggard
datasetposted on 18.07.2019 by Emilie Caspar
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These data contain the average, for each participant, of interval estimates used in the analysis of sense of agency under coercion. The variables are: participant number, experiment number, the type of harm that the participant was delivering as the agent (financial harm or physical pain), and the average interval estimates (in ms) for four key conditions of the experiment, as described in the publication. The data does NOT contain information for individual TRIALS (such as whether the outcome on a specific trial did or did not actually involve harm), only for the average of all trials in each condition. Full data sheets with trial-level information are obtainable from firstname.lastname@example.org.