MRI
Emotional learning retroactively promotes memory integration through rapid neural reactivation and reorganization

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Emotional learning retroactively promotes memory integration through rapid neural reactivation and reorganization
Emotional learning retroactively promotes memory integration through rapid neural reactivation and reorganization
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README

This dataset contains all fMRI data from: YN.Zhu, L.Zhang, YM.Zeng, C.Chen, G.Fernández, S.Qin "Emotional learning retroactively promotes memory integration through rapid neural reactivation and reorganization."

Please see participants.tsv for demographics and exclusions. Please see events.tsv for infomation of each trial.

Note: sub-02 is missing rest2 data, which was not scanned due to hardware malfunction.

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