Dataset for 'Self-processing in relation to emotion and reward processing in depression'

  • Katie Hobbs (Creator)
  • Katherine Button (Creator)
  • Jie Sui (University of Aberdeen) (Supervisor)
  • Marcus R. Munafo (Supervisor)
  • David Kessler (Supervisor)

Dataset

Description

This dataset is for a study examining the role of self processing in relation to emotion and reward processing in depression. Participants (n = 144) with varying levels of depression symptoms completed cognitive tasks measuring self processing independently and in combination with emotion and reward processing over two session approximately one week apart. This dataset contains the raw trial level and cleaned aggregate data used for analysis for each of these cognitive tasks (Associative Learning, Go/No-Go Self-Esteem, Social Evaluation Learning), self-report questionnaire data for mood, demographics and output from the clinical interview schedule-revised (.csv, .xlsx and .RDA files). Code used for cleaning and analysis is also provided in the form of R Notebook files.
Date made available7 Sep 2021
PublisherUniversity of Bath
Date of data production1 Oct 2018 - 22 May 2019
Geographical coverage10 West, Department of Psychology, University of Bath, BA2 7AY

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