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        "definition_text": "a number between 2 and 7 digits is displayed for a brief period and is followed by a greater period of time than that in its complement, the immediate memory task, that contains distractor stimuli.",
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        "name": "delayed memory task",
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        "definition_text": "The general task design is that a heat stimulus is applied to the skin and the participant rates the experienced sensation on a visual analogue scale. For this task, there are 9 runs. Runs 1,2, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 9 are “passive experience” runs, meaning that participants passively experience and rate the heat stimuli.  Run 3 and 7 are “regulation” runs, meaning that participants can cognitively “increase” (regulate-up) or “decrease” (regulate-down) pain intensity. For complete details, see:\r\n\r\nhttp://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.1002036",
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        "name": "regulated heat stimulation",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects participate in a two-stage decision task where they make a binary choice in each stage (stage 1&2) and probabilistically receive reward after the final stage (stage 2). First-stage choices are primarily associated with one of two second-stages (labeled 2a and 2b): one first-stage choice leads to 2a 70% of the time and 2b 30% of the time, while the opposite is true of the other first-stage choice. Each second-stage choice has its own probability of reward (constantly changing via a random-walk). The ultimate goal of the subject is to maximize reward, which are only given during the second stage. The ideal subject would identify the most rewarding second-stage stimulus and make first-stage choices that make it more likely to arrive at the relevant second stage. ",
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        "name": "2-stage decision task",
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        "definition_text": "a phenomenon wherein presenting one stimulus (a "mask" or "masking stimulus") immediately after another brief (≤ 50 ms) "target" stimulus leads to a failure to consciously perceive the first stimulus.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-04-28T23:12:37",
        "name": "backward masking",
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        "definition_text": "participants judge whether two objects presented side-by-side are the same size",
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        "event_stamp": "2012-05-23T18:22:40",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-23T18:22:40",
        "name": "size match task",
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        "definition_text": "A variant of the n-back task, each trial consists of letters (b,d,g,t,v) presented in successive order.  Subjects must press a button if the current letter matches the letter that occurred n trials ago (regardless of capitalization).  N varies according to a staircase tracking method that increases as subjects accurately respond and decrease as subjects make errors. ",
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        "name": "adaptive n-back task",
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        "definition_text": "participants are shown pictures and asked to identify whether the object could be real or is unreal",
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        "event_stamp": "2012-05-23T18:27:36",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-23T18:27:36",
        "name": "object decision task",
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        "definition_text": "The basic antisaccade task is as follows:\r\n\r\nSubjects view a fixation point and a visual target is presented.  Subjects are instructed to make a saccade away from the target (antisaccade).\r\n\r\nFor this version (from Figure 1 of http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1878929311000612)\r\n\r\nAt the onset of each AS trial, participants were first presented with one of two incentive cues (1500 ms) (Fig. 1). For rewarded trials, the cue consisted of three rectangles containing dollar signs ($ $ $), indicating that money could be earned on that trial if correctly performed. Participants were told that they could win up to US $25 based on their performance during the task. However, they did not know how much they could win on any given trial in order to prevent them from keeping a running tally of their earnings and invoking processes (i.e. working memory) separate from inhibitory control and reward processing. For neutral trials, the three consecutive rectangles each contained a dash (– – –), which indicated that no monetary gain was at stake for that trial. After the initial cue, a central red fixation cross subtending ∼0.7° of visual angle appeared (3000 ms), instructing participants to prepare for the target stimulus. The red central fixation then disappeared and a horizontally peripheral target stimulus (yellow spot, subtending ∼0.5°) appeared (1500 ms) at an unpredictable location on the horizontal meridian (±3°, 6°, or 9°). Participants were instructed to refrain from looking at the stimulus when it appeared but instead move their eyes to its mirror location. Target location was randomized within each run. During the VGS trials, participants were presented with a green fixation cross (1500 ms) which instructed them to look toward the peripheral stimulus when it appeared. No incentive cue was provided for VGS trials. The VGS trials were randomly interspersed between the AS trials to minimize the possibility that participants would establish an inhibitory response set (Velanova et al., 2009), but were not further analyzed. As indicated in previous studies, (Ollinger et al., 2001b and Ollinger et al., 2001a), the inter-trial fixation period was jittered between intervals of 1.5, 3, or 4.5 s (uniformly distributed) and consisted of participants simply fixating a central white cross on a black background. Participants performed three functional runs of the task (5 min 2 s each in duration) for a total of 30 reward AS trials, 30 neutral AS trials and 15 VGS trials.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-11-28T22:51:02",
        "name": "incentive modulated antisaccade task",
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        "definition_text": "participants are asked to identify all the objects in pictures containing overlapping figures",
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        "event_stamp": "2012-05-23T18:25:26",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-23T18:25:26",
        "name": "overlapping figures task",
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        "definition_text": "Participants perform meditation either according to a particular school or undirected in conjunction with cognitive, behavioral, and/or physiological measures.",
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        "event_stamp": "2012-05-16T21:08:33",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T21:08:33",
        "name": "meditation task",
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        "definition_text": "a form of classical conditioning in which the presentation of the conditioned stimulus and the unconditioned stimulus is separated in time by an interstimulus interval.",
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        "event_stamp": "2009-06-22T19:12:56",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-04-29T17:51:16",
        "name": "trace conditioning",
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        "definition_text": "The Hungry Donkey Task is a version of Bechera's Iowa Gambling Task for children; it is a test in the areas of cognition & emotion that was originally developed to assist in detecting decision-making impairment in patients with prefrontal cortex damage. The experiment is often computerized and is carried out in real time and resembles real-world contingencies. A donkey chooses from four doors, each with a cost or reward in apples. The objective is to give the donkey the most apples possible. ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-11-27T00:39:38",
        "name": "Hungry Donkey Task",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are serially presented 3 different images (colored squares).  Subjects must monitor the repetitions of these images and press a button when any image reaches 4 repetitions.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-12-08T20:53:54",
        "name": "image monitoring",
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        "definition_text": "In this task, subjects are presented with 18 stimuli composed of three dimensions: 3 shapes, 3 orientations and 2 colored borders. Subjects had to learn one of three key responses for each of the 18 stimuli. In the "flat" condition, the 18 stimuli to 3 responses mapping was arbitrary, requiring subjects to individually learn each of the 18 associations. In a hierarchical condition, the colored borders indicated whether "orientation" or "shape" determined the response. This simplifies performance if subjects learn this hierarchical structure.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-12-08T21:00:13",
        "name": "2nd-order rule acquisition",
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        "alias": "2nd-order decision task, second-order rule acquisition"
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        "definition_text": "This task measures sustained attention and reaction time. A light blinks randomly and the subject is asked to press a button when the they see it. The focus is not on how quickly the subject notices the light, but how often the subject doesn't notice the light. It is often used to study the effects of sleep deprivation and sleep debt. ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2017-08-30T12:36:44",
        "name": "PEBL Perceptual Vigilance Task",
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        "def_id_user": "usr_595048b29ebdf",
        "alias": "PPVT, psychomotor vigilance task, PVT"
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        "definition_text": "participants judge whether two objects presented side-by-side are shown with the same orientation",
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        "event_stamp": "2012-05-23T18:24:11",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-23T18:24:11",
        "name": "orientation match task",
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        "definition_text": "Paper and pencil Test of mental rotation ability.  Participants must are presented with four 3-D block figures and must select 2 from the group which match a reference figure.  This test is administered under time contraints.  A male advantage is typically seen on this type of task, as measured by test accuracy.",
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        "event_stamp": "2009-11-09T22:44:10",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2009-11-09T22:44:10",
        "name": "Vandenberg & Kuse Tasks",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which single words (including names of colors) are presented in colored ink, and the subject is asked to name the color of the ink as quickly as possible. The ink color may either match or conflict with the color name. Accuracy and response time are measured.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-04-30T18:57:39",
        "name": "color-word stroop task",
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        "alias": "Stroop color-word task, Stroop color-word interference task, Stroop color naming task"
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        "definition_text": "A task in which subjects are presented with a stream of letters, and must respond to one of the letters and refrain from responding to any other letters. The Penn Continuous Performance Test (PCPT) uses a standard CPT paradigm. The participant responds to a set of 7-segment displays presented 1/sec., whenever they form a digit (NUMBERS, initial 3 min) or letter (LETTERS, next 3 min). The number of true positive responses is recorded as the accuracy score and the median response time for true positive responses is the measure of attention speed.",
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        "event_stamp": "2010-01-10T22:23:50",
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        "name": "Penn continuous performance task",
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        "def_id_user": "usr_49a467bf4e0db",
        "alias": "PCPT"
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        "id": "trm_4b65e5e2ab3ca",
        "creation_time": 1512660580161,
        "definition_text": "is an experimental paradigm where a picture of an object is presented along with either an auditory or written word and participants indicate whether the word and the picture refer to the same concept.  It is typically used as a test of semantic memory integrity.",
        "def_id": "def_4b65e5e2aed34",
        "event_stamp": "2010-01-31T20:19:46",
        "id_concept_class": "",
        "last_updated": 1512660580161,
        "def_event_stamp": "2010-01-31T20:19:46",
        "name": "word-picture verification task",
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        "creation_time": 1512660580204,
        "definition_text": "the block design test is a subtest of perceptual reasoning index of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale IV. The block design test measures spatial perception, visual abstract processing, and problem solving.",
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        "event_stamp": "2010-02-11T23:49:54",
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        "name": "block design test",
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        "creation_time": 1512660580241,
        "definition_text": "In the embedded figures test, the research participant is shown a complex background figure and asked to describe it. After this, the participant is shown a target (such as the outline of a triangle) and asked to locate the target amid the background figure.",
        "def_id": "def_4fb42bfea2b76",
        "event_stamp": "2010-02-12T00:06:32",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T22:36:46",
        "name": "embedded figures test",
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        "id": "trm_4b75ea4ddd896",
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        "definition_text": "A task which assesses shifting attention. In the computerized version of this task, three spaceships appear on a screen and the participant must determine if the spaceships are all different or all the same. The spaceships can differ in color, size, or shape type. There are three levels of difficulty.  In the first level, the spaceships must all be identical to be considered the same. In the second level of difficulty, the spaceships are considered the same even if they only share two qualities, and in the third difficulty level, the spaceships only need to share one quality to be considered the same. Auditory feedback is given after each response notifying the child whether their answer was correct. ",
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        "event_stamp": "2010-02-12T23:54:53",
        "id_concept_class": "",
        "last_updated": 1512660580290,
        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T21:34:20",
        "name": "same-different task",
        "id_user": "usr_4aef33d37b963",
        "def_id_user": "usr_4f177506dde77",
        "alias": "same-different matching task"
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        "creation_time": 1512660580329,
        "definition_text": "A task in which participants are shown pictures of chimeric animals (such as a duck's head attached to a cow's body) and asked to name animal that the head belongs to while ignoring the identity of the body, or vice versa.  ",
        "def_id": "def_4b843655db073",
        "event_stamp": "2010-02-23T20:11:01",
        "id_concept_class": "",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2010-02-23T20:11:01",
        "name": "chimeric animal Stroop task",
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        "def_id_user": "usr_4aef33d37b963",
        "alias": "chimerical animal Stroop test"
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        "creation_time": 1512660580383,
        "definition_text": ""Participants are required to name, as rapidly as possible, items presented visually on a chart. Each chart contains five rows of 10 stimuli from a category of five items. Categories include colors, lowercase letters, digits, and common objects. The tests are scored for total number of errors and time in seconds taken to complete each chart." - (Meyer, Wood, Hart, & Felton 1998)",
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        "event_stamp": "2010-02-25T18:35:20",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-08-10T14:32:03",
        "name": "rapid automatized naming test",
        "id_user": "usr_4aef33d37b963",
        "def_id_user": "usr_49a467bf4e0db",
        "alias": "RAN"
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        "creation_time": 1512660580425,
        "definition_text": "This test involves finding and underlining stimuli among other stimuli.  There are four conditions of the test: finding and underlining letters among other letters, drawings among other drawings, real words among nonsense letter strings, and then specific nonsense words among others.  ",
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        "event_stamp": "2010-02-25T18:41:55",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T21:30:42",
        "name": "underlining test",
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        "creation_time": 1512660580458,
        "definition_text": "This task involves completing a series of increasingly complex mazes.  ",
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        "event_stamp": "2010-02-25T18:45:51",
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        "name": "WISC-R Mazes",
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        "id": "trm_4b86dbcd8ff78",
        "creation_time": 1512660580508,
        "definition_text": "A task where two sets of differently colored superimposed patterns of dots rotate in opposite directions.  The participant is asked to pay attention to on set of dots.  One of the sets of dots will then move across the screen and the participant must say which direction the dots are moving.  ",
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        "event_stamp": "2010-02-25T20:21:33",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-07-16T19:18:30",
        "name": "rapid serial object transformation",
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        "creation_time": 1512660580546,
        "definition_text": "The WASI meets the demand for a reliable, brief measure of intellectual ability in clinical, educational and research settings for ages 6 to 89 years. With parallel forms of WAIS-IIIUK and WISC-IIIUK subtests, it offers the clinician a means of reducing practice effects on repeat testing. It yields traditional verbal, performance and full scale IQ scores and is linked to the WISC-IIIUK and WAIS-IIIUK. The WASI allows you to choose whether to use the four or two subtest format.",
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        "definition_text": "a set of standardized procedures for assessing neuropsychological disorders of visual object recognition which includes tests to assess low-level aspects of visual perception (using same-different matching of basic perceptual features, such as orientation, length, position and object size), intermediate visual processes (e.g., matching objects different in viewpoint), access to stored perceptual knowledge about objects (object decision), access to semantic knowledge (function and associative matches) and access to names from object (picture naming).",
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        "definition_text": "tool used for assessment of visual short-term memory and implicit visual-spatial learning. An examiner taps a series of blocks and the subject must repeat in the correct sequential order. If the sequence is correct, the examiner adds another tap to the next sequence.",
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        "definition_text": "a test with high reliability and validity that assesses the ability to learn and then recognize six new faces.",
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        "definition_text": "On each trial, participants choose between a risky and safe option. Each trial involves either gains or losses. The options are presented as a choice of cups. The risky option involves two to five cups, one containing a gain (loss) of $2, $3 or $5, and the others containing $0. If the latter option is selected, the payoff from one cup is selected at random. The safe cup offers a sure gain (loss) $1.",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects view an item(s). After a brief delay a probe item is presented and subjects are asked to recall if the probe item was presented before the delay (during encoding). Stimuli can be words, pictures, or abstract patterns. ",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which participants are presented with sequentially presented digits and are then asked to recall the items. The number of digits that can be correctly recalled provides an estimate of working memory capacity.",
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        "name": "digit span task",
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        "definition_text": "a neuropsychological test sensitive to brain damage, dementia, age and depression; consists of (e.g. nine) digit-symbol pairs (e.g. 1/-,2/┴ ... 7/Λ,8/X,9/=) followed by a list of digits. Under each digit the subject should write down the corresponding symbol as fast as possible. The number of correct symbols within the allowed time (e.g. 90 or 120 sec) is measured.",
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        "name": "digit/symbol coding test",
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        "definition_text": "Doors and People is a test of long-term memory. It yields a single age-scaled overall score which can be ‘unpacked’ to give separate measures of visual and verbal memory, recall and recognition, and forgetting.",
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        "definition_text": "a measurement scale used to assess the dominance of a person's right or left hand in everyday activities. It consists of a questionnaire with 10 activities listed (writing, drawing, throwing, using scissors, using a toothbrush, using a knife without a fork, using a spoon, the upper hand when using a broom, striking a match, and opening the lid of a box). Participants must indicate which hand they would use, and the strength of this preference (strong, less strong, indifferent).",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which participants view stimuli (typically arrows) presented one at a time and to which they must make a simple lexical response. These stimuli are surrounded by either distracting or facilitating items. Distracting items are typically associated with an opposite response ("incongruent" = pointing in opposite direction to target stimulus), whereas facilitating items are typically associated with the same response as the target stimulus ("congruent" = pointing in the same direction as the target stimulus).",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which multiple (typically two) stimuli are presented simultaneously and the subject must select the stimulus that matches the currently relevant rule. The relevant rule alternates or "shifts" among multiple (typically two) rules. The rule represents the relevant task "dimension". The stimulus-response mappings are unique and constant within each possible rule dimension.",
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        "name": "extradimensional shift task",
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        "definition_text": "Task in which face stimuli are presented one at a time in a continuous stream, and the objective is to detect when the current face matches the face presented n previously (1,2, or 3 faces before).",
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        "name": "face n-back task",
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        "definition_text": "a standard instrument for assessing the intensity of physical addiction to nicotine.",
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        "name": "Fagerstrom Test for Nicotine Dependence",
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        "definition_text": "A method of short-term memory measurement in which a person listens to someone say a series of single-digit numbers and must repeat them back in the same order they were given.",
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        "name": "forward digit span task",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which stimuli are presented in a continuous stream and participants perform a binary decision on each stimulus. One of the outcomes requires participants to make a motor response (go), whereas the other requires participants to withhold a response (no-go). Accuracy and reaction time are measured for each event. Go events typically occur with higher frequency than no-go events. ",
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        "name": "go/no-go task",
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        "alias": "go/nogo task"
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        "definition_text": "Measures growth in oral reading and aids in the diagnosis of oral reading difficulties. Five scores provide information on oral reading skills in terms of: Rate, accuracy, fluency, comprehension, overall reading ability, and comprehension. The test consists of two parallel forms, each containing 14 developmentally sequenced reading passages with five comprehension questions following each passage.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-06-26T19:45:22",
        "name": "Gray Oral Reading Test - 4",
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        "alias": "GORT-4"
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        "definition_text": "a neuropsychological test of visual spatial ability that presents participants with a line drawing of a common object that has been broken into fragments, and asks participants to name what the object would be if reassembled.",
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        "name": "Hooper visual organization test",
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        "definition_text": "involves presenting a subject with material that is to be memorized.  Once the material is removed the subject is to immediately demonstrate everything that they remember from the material.\r\n\r\n",
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        "name": "immediate recall test",
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        "definition_text": "a database of photographs used in emotion research.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-05-10T21:46:45",
        "name": "International Affective Picture System",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which multiple (typically two) stimuli are presented simultaneously and the subject must select the stimulus that matches the currently relevant rule. The rule represents the relevant task "dimension". The stimulus-response mappings within this dimension alternate or "shift" among multiple (typically two) alternatives. ",
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        "name": "intradimensional shift task",
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        "definition_text": "a widely used experiment in the areas of cognition & emotion that was originally developed to assist in detecting decision-making impairment in patients with prefrontal cortex damage; a computerized experiment that is carried out in real time and resembles real-world contingencies. The task allows participants to select cards from four decks displayed on-screen. Participants are instructed that the selection of each card will result in winning or losing money. The objective is to attempt to win as much money as possible. (from http://iowagamblingtask.com/)\r\n\r\nOn each trial, participants select a card from one of four decks; two ‘bad’ decks offer a higher reward on most trials but also higher possible loss and lower overall expected value, whereas two ‘good’ decks offer a lower reward on most trials but lower possible loss and higher expected value. Participants learn the nature of the decks through trial-and- error. In some versions of the task, the probabilities are not stationary.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-02-11T20:25:41",
        "name": "Iowa Gambling Task",
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        "alias": "Bechara's gambling task"
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        "definition_text": "a test for red-green color deficiencies that consists of a number of colored plates, called Ishihara plates, each of which contain a circle of dots appearing randomized in color and size. Within the pattern are dots which form a number visible to those with normal color vision and invisible, or difficult to see, for those with a red-green color vision defect.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-04-28T23:07:09",
        "name": "Ishihara plates for color blindness",
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        "definition_text": "An ambiguous figure in which the illusory contour of a square (or triangle) appears in the middle of four (or three) truncated solid squares (or circles). It is an illustration of the perceptual ability to make sense of an incomplete figure by creating a 'whole' image from the separate elements (Gestalt organization).",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-05-16T22:44:40",
        "name": "Kanizsa figures",
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        "creation_time": 1512660584828,
        "definition_text": "is a test that requires generation of words cued with a specific letter and depends on phonemic abilities.\r\n",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-04-18T18:42:37",
        "name": "letter fluency test ",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which participants view a continuous stream of letter stimuli. The object of the task is to identify letter repetitions that occur n-trials preceding to the current stimulus.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2017-07-17T15:22:10",
        "name": "letter n-back task",
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        "definition_text": "Participants are presented with letters and asked to give the name for each letter as it appears or as the researcher points to it.",
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        "name": "letter naming task",
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        "alias": "character naming task"
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        "definition_text": "a procedure used in many psychology and psycholinguistics experiments; the basic procedure involves measuring how quickly people classify stimuli as words or nonwords.  Subjects are presented, either visually or auditorily, with a mixture of words and pseudowords (nonsense strings that respect the phonotactic rules of a language, like trud in English). Their task is to indicate, usually with a button-press, whether the presented stimulus is a word or not.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T22:14:43",
        "name": "lexical decision task",
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        "definition_text": "The game is played between two players, Player A and Player B. Each player has a penny and must secretly turn the penny to heads or tails. The players then reveal their choices simultaneously. If the pennies match (both heads or both tails), Player A receives one dollar from Player B (+1 for A, -1 for B). If the pennies do not match (one heads and one tails), Player B receives one dollar from Player A (-1 for A, +1 for B). This is an example of a zero-sum game, where one player's gain is exactly equal to the other player's loss.",
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        "name": "matching pennies game ",
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        "alias": "matching pennies task"
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        "definition_text": "assess obsessive-compulsive symptoms in the areas of contamination fears and washing behaviors, checking, slowness, and doubting using 30 dichotomously scored (true/false) items, with each pathological response receiving a score of 1. ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T22:11:55",
        "name": "Maudsley Obsessive Compulsive Inventory",
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        "definition_text": "The mini-mental state examination (MMSE) or Folstein test is a brief 30-point questionnaire test that is used to screen for cognitive impairment. It is commonly used in medicine to screen for dementia. It is also used to estimate the severity of cognitive impairment at a given point in time and to follow the course of cognitive changes in an individual over time, thus making it an effective way to document an individual's response to treatment.",
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        "definition_text": "Participants perform several motoric tasks in a specific sequence/order.",
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        "name": "motor sequencing task",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which items (e.g., letters) are presented one at a time and participants must identify each item that repeats relative to the item that occurred "n" items before its onset.",
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        "name": "n-back task",
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        "definition_text": "a timed test of fine motor coordination; the test involves the subject placing 9 dowels in 9 holes. Subjects are scored on the amount of time it takes to place and remove all 9 pegs.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-05-03T20:58:07",
        "name": "nine-hole peg test",
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        "creation_time": 1512660585185,
        "definition_text": "Participants are shown pairs or sets of objects. Experimenters then try to discern whether the participant is able to discriminate between the objects. This can be done by having subjects match identical objects to each other, having certain objects become associated with rewards and measuring accuracy, or measuring time spent observing novel objects compared to time spent observing previously seen objects.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-06-13T19:23:01",
        "name": "object-discrimination task",
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        "creation_time": 1512660585227,
        "definition_text": "A task in which stimuli are presented in a continuous stream and participants must detect the presence of an oddball stimulus. The oddball is a stimulus that occurs infrequently relative to all other stimuli, and has distinct characteristics (e.g., a different tone among auditory stimuli).",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2009-07-10T21:06:33",
        "name": "oddball task",
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        "creation_time": 1512660585269,
        "definition_text": "is when a subject is asked to explain an emotion or how an object is used by only gesturing with their hands and not using speech.  ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T21:38:04",
        "name": "pantomime task",
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        "definition_text": "a scale created for self-reporting of subjective states like stress, arousal, and pleasure in nicotine studies",
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        "name": "Parrott Scale",
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        "definition_text": "participants are shown pictures of objects and asked to identify the item.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-06-14T00:12:08",
        "name": "picture naming task",
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        "definition_text": "A psychometric scale to measure positive and negative affects in individuals, and both as states and traits. Positive affect questions assess to what extent the participant is attentive, interested, alert, excited, enthusiastic, inspired, proud, determined, strong and active. Negative affect questions assess to what extent the participant is distressed, upset, hostile, irritable, scared, afraid, ashamed, guilty, nervous, and jittery. Participants answer questions on a Likert scale where 0=very, 1=slightly or not at all, 2=a little, 3=moderately, 4=quite a bit, and 5=very much. The questionnaire asks whether participants have felt these traits "during the past few weeks" (trait) and "during the past few days" (state).",
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        "name": "Positive and Negative Affect Scale",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects view two stimuli (boxes, letters, etc.) and are cued by an arrow to attend to one of the stimuli.  Subjects then discriminate and respond (e.g., press a button when one of the boxes is filled with a diagonal cross, or press the left button for an "X" and the right button for an "O"). ",
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        "name": "Posner cueing task",
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        "definition_text": "Participants are presented (usually one at a time, rather than in list form) with words and pseudowords, which are strings of letters that have no meaning in the language but are still pronounceable and asked to read aloud what they see. In pseudoword choice or decision tasks, they are asked to identify whether the items are words or not.",
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        "name": "pseudoword naming task",
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        "alias": "pseudoword reading task"
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        "creation_time": 1512660585479,
        "definition_text": "a semantic memory test that presents one word or picture above two others. The participant is then asked to identify which of the bottom items best matches the top item. Semantic memory is necessary for the identification of the analogies, which link conceptually two perceptually, and functionally distinct entities.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-01-28T20:08:21",
        "name": "pyramids and palm trees task",
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        "definition_text": "In a recognition memory test, a participant is presented with some or all of a set of "old" stimuli that were encoded earlier, as well as several "new" stimuli that were not previously presented. The participant's task is to indicate whether each stimulus is old or new. Responses in recognition memory tests are commonly sorted into four classes: Hits ("old" response to an old stimulus), Misses ("new" response to an old stimulus), False Alarms ("old" response to a new stimulus), and Correct Rejections ("new" response to a new stimulus). By comparing the percentage of responses that fall into each of these classes, the experimenter can assess both a participant's ability to discriminate between old and new stimuli, and his or her tendency to provide a particular response regardless of the type of stimulus presented. In many recognition memory tests, each old/new judgment is followed by a prompt asking participants to indicate either how confident they are in that old/new judgment, or what type of subjective experience was elicited by the stimulus being judged (e.g., was the old/new judgment accompanied by a vivid recollection of the encoding experience). This additional information can be used to generate and test more precise hypotheses about how recognition memory decisions are made.\r\n\r\nPattern Recognition Memory (PRM) is a specific recognition memory test included in the CANTAB. The participant is presented with a series of 12 visual patterns, one at a time, in the centre of the screen. These patterns are designed so that they cannot easily be given verbal labels. In the recognition phase, the participant is required to choose between a pattern they have already seen and a novel pattern. In this phase, the test patterns are presented in the reverse order to the original order of presentation.\r\nThis is then repeated, with 12 new patterns. The second recognition phase can be given either immediately or after a 20 minute delay.",
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        "name": "recognition memory test",
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        "alias": "(PRM), old-new recognition, pattern recognition memory"
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        "id": "tsk_4a57abb949d4e",
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        "definition_text": ""Reversal learning involves the adaptation of behavior according to changes in stimulus–reward contingencies [...] [Reversal learning]is exemplified by visual discrimination tasks where subjects must learn to respond according to the opposite, previously irrelevant, stimulus–reward pairing." - (Clark, Cools, & Robbins 2004)",
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        "name": "reversal learning task",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are presented with a sequence of three numbers in ascending order (20, 40, and 80).  Each number is displayed onscreen for one second and, if the subject presses a button while that number is displayed, he/she receives that number of points along with immediate positive visual and auditory feedback.  When a 40 or 80 appears, however, there is a chance that it will appear in an alternate color, along with immediate negative feedback signaling a loss of 40 or 80 points, respectively.  When this occurs, the trial ends immediately (i.e. the subject may not make a response). ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T21:36:16",
        "name": "risky gains task",
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        "def_id_user": "usr_4f177506dde77",
        "alias": ""
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        "creation_time": 1512660585592,
        "definition_text": "Participants listen to an experimenter read a set of sentences. The participant must simultaneously respond to comprehension questions, and record or remember the last word of each sentence. The measure of "listening span" is then the number of correct words recalled.",
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        "event_stamp": "2009-07-10T21:01:20",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-06-16T17:27:27",
        "name": "Salthouse and Babcock Listening Span task ",
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        "creation_time": 1512660585619,
        "definition_text": "involves a participant to attend to a specific stimuli in the presence of competing stimuli.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-05-18T22:32:32",
        "name": "selective attention task",
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        "alias": ""
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        "id": "tsk_4a57abb949d84",
        "creation_time": 1512660585646,
        "definition_text": "Participants read or listen to sentences, then judge whether the sentence is plausible and makes sense semantically, or is implausible. Sentences may be structurally and gramatically correct, but the verb and noun are incompatible. Often, the structure or length of sentences varies to assess the role of working memory in any resulting deficit. ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-06-16T20:46:08",
        "name": "semantic anomaly judgement task",
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        "definition_text": "Participants are shown pairs of words or pictures and asked to identify if the items are semantically related.",
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        "name": "semantic association task",
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        "definition_text": "a test that provides respondents with beginnings of sentences, referred to as “stems,” and respondents then complete the sentences in ways that are meaningful to them. The responses are believed to provide indications of attitudes, beliefs, motivations, or other mental states. In a common version of this test, the Hayling Sentence Completion Test, a second condition is added, in which participants must complete the sentence with a word that makes no sense, requiring them to inhibit the semantically activated information.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-06-27T20:45:49",
        "name": "sentence completion test",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which participants alternate between two or more judgments typically regarding the same set of stimuli. Accuracy and reaction time are measured for each judgment.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T21:34:50",
        "name": "set-shifting task",
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        "creation_time": 1512660585779,
        "definition_text": "Subjects view arrows presented in the right or left visual field that were pointing to the left or right.  Subjects respond via button press as to the direction of the arrow.  In incongruent stimuli, left-pointing arrows are seen on the right side, and vice versa. ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-04-19T19:07:28",
        "name": "Simon task",
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        "definition_text": "Simple Reaction Time (SRT) is a test which measures simple reaction time through delivery of a known stimulus to a known location to elicit a known response. The only uncertainty is with regard to when the stimulus will occur, by having a variable interval between the trial response and the onset of the stimulus for the next trial. As soon as the participant sees the square on the screen, they must press the button on the press pad.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2013-01-17T00:18:34",
        "name": "simple reaction time task",
        "id_user": "usr_0000000000",
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        "alias": "(SRT)"
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        "creation_time": 1512660585837,
        "definition_text": "Participants are shown a list or series of items (words, pictures, objects). Later, when shown an item, they are asked whether it has was shown to them before, and if they respond affirmatively, they are asked a question about the source of the item. The source question could be what the spatial location of the item was, what color it appeared in, or which list or set it belonged to.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-06-16T23:41:32",
        "name": "source memory test",
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        "id": "tsk_4a57abb949de3",
        "creation_time": 1512660585877,
        "definition_text": "Participants are given sequences to recall that exceed their working memory span, usually by about 2 items, however the sequence contains a smaller repeating sequence(s) among the non-repeating items.",
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        "event_stamp": "2009-07-10T21:01:20",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T21:35:09",
        "name": "span/supra-span test",
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        "alias": ""
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        "creation_time": 1512660585913,
        "definition_text": "Participants view a configuration of dots and must indicate whether the dot is in the same position as the dot in the picture presented n previously (0,1,2,or 3). In some variations, participants are asked to identify the location of the dot n pictures back, rather than indicating if the current dot matches.",
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        "event_stamp": "2009-07-10T21:01:20",
        "id_concept_class": "",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-06-17T18:08:47",
        "name": "spatial n-back task",
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        "def_id_user": "usr_4de5345b3b6a8",
        "alias": ""
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        "id": "tsk_4a57abb949dfe",
        "creation_time": 1512660585947,
        "definition_text": "instrument used to measure trait (chronic) anxiety, a general propensity to be anxious, and state (temporary) anxiety, a temporary state varying in intensity, in adults.",
        "def_id": "def_4db9f5903606f",
        "event_stamp": "2009-07-10T21:01:20",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-04-28T23:17:36",
        "name": "Spielberger's State-Trait Anxiety Questionnaire",
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        "creation_time": 1512660585980,
        "definition_text": "Subjects view a string of letters.  After a delay, a probe letter is presented and subjects indicate if the presented letter was in the previously viewed group. ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-01-28T19:58:44",
        "name": "Sternberg delayed recognition task",
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        "alias": "Sternberg task, delayed recognition task, Sternberg item recognition task"
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        "id": "tsk_4a57abb949e1a",
        "creation_time": 1512660586012,
        "definition_text": "Participants usually perform a choice reaction time in which they have to respond as quickly as possible to a particular stimulus feature (e.g. colour, shape, identity, or location). On a minority of the trials, the go stimulus is followed by an additional signal (e.g. an auditory tone or a visual cue), which instructs participants to withhold their planned response. ",
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        "event_stamp": "2009-07-10T21:01:20",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2013-06-21T13:15:31",
        "name": "stop signal task",
        "id_user": "usr_0000000000",
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        "alias": "stop task"
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        "creation_time": 1512660586051,
        "definition_text": "Subjects view color names presented in various ink colors and are instructed to name the color of the ink.  In incongruent stimuli, color names and ink colors are non-matching. ",
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        "event_stamp": "2009-07-10T21:01:20",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-12-12T23:39:16",
        "name": "Stroop task",
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        "creation_time": 1512660586082,
        "definition_text": "a diagnostic exam used to determine DSM-IV Axis I disorders (mental health disorders). It covers 6 diagnostic categories, and is often used in conjunction with an unstructured interview. The exam includes an administration booklet of questions for the examiner to ask and a scoresheet. Scores are not determined by "right" or "wrong" answers, but by number of questions that adhere to diagnostic criteria.\r\n\r\nhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Structured_Clinical_Interview_for_DSM-IV",
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        "creation_time": 1512660586114,
        "definition_text": "DSST is a neuropsychological test sensitive to brain damage, dementia, age and depression. It isn’t sensitive to the location of brain-damage (except for damage comprising part of the visual field). It consists of (e.g. nine) digit-symbol pairs (e.g. 1/-,2/┴ ... 7/Λ,8/X,9/=) followed by a list of digits. Under each digit the subject should write down the corresponding symbol as fast as possible. The number of correct symbols within the allowed time (e.g. 90 or 120 sec) is measured.\r\n",
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        "name": "symbol-digit substitution",
        "id_user": "usr_0000000000",
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        "alias": "digit symbol substitution task, DSST"
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        "id": "tsk_4a57abb949e5b",
        "creation_time": 1512660586150,
        "definition_text": "a relatively brief self-report psychometric instrument designed to evaluate a broad range of psychological problems and symptoms of psychopathology. It is also useful in measuring the progress and outcome of psychiatric and psychological treatments or for research purposes.",
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        "event_stamp": "2009-07-10T21:01:20",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-05-18T21:02:21",
        "name": "Symptom Checklist-90-Revised ",
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        "alias": ""
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    {
        "id": "tsk_4a57abb949e7c",
        "creation_time": 1512660586186,
        "definition_text": "Also called the syntactic plausibility judgment task, this task asks participants to read sentences and indicate whether or not they are gramatically correct. ",
        "def_id": "def_4dfbe05d1f75c",
        "event_stamp": "2009-07-10T21:01:20",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-06-17T23:16:45",
        "name": "syntactic acceptability judgement task",
        "id_user": "usr_0000000000",
        "def_id_user": "usr_4de5345b3b6a8",
        "alias": ""
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    {
        "id": "tsk_4a57abb949e8a",
        "creation_time": 1512660586224,
        "definition_text": "A task in which participants alternate between two or more judgments typically regarding the same set of stimuli. Accuracy and reaction time are measured for each judgment.",
        "def_id": "def_4a57ad59e441e",
        "event_stamp": "2009-07-10T21:01:20",
        "id_concept_class": "",
        "last_updated": 1512660586224,
        "def_event_stamp": "2009-07-10T21:06:33",
        "name": "task-switching ",
        "id_user": "usr_0000000000",
        "def_id_user": "usr_4a5bc4a2a8aba",
        "alias": ""
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    {
        "id": "tsk_4a57abb949e98",
        "creation_time": 1512660586251,
        "definition_text": "A task in which subjects are asked to choose between a smaller reward earlier in time versus a larger reward later in time.",
        "def_id": "def_5176d843ea119",
        "event_stamp": "2009-07-10T21:01:20",
        "id_concept_class": "",
        "last_updated": 1512660586251,
        "def_event_stamp": "2013-04-23T18:51:48",
        "name": "temporal discounting task",
        "id_user": "usr_0000000000",
        "def_id_user": "usr_49a467bf4e0db",
        "alias": "delay discounting task, intertemporal choice task"
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        "definition_text": "a nationally normed measure of word reading accuracy and fluency that provides an efficient means of monitoring the growth of two kinds of word reading skills that are critical in the development of overall reading ability: the ability to accurately recognize familiar words as whole units or “sight words” and the ability to “sound out” words quickly. ",
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        "definition_text": "A neuropsychological test in which participants must connect-the-dots (traverse between items) according to some specified order. In Test A these items are numbers (1,2,3 etc.) and the order is determined by increasing magnitude. In Test B these items are both numbers and letters (1,2,3, A,B,C etc.) and the order is determined by a combination of increasing numbers AND letters (e.g., 1 A 2 B 3 C..) requiring participants to alternate between letters and numbers.",
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        "definition_text": "a rating scale used to follow the longitudinal course of Parkinson's disease, made up of the following sections: (1)evaluation of Mentation, behavior, and mood, (2)self evaluation of the activities of daily life (ADLs), (3)clinician-scored motor evaluation, (4)Hoehn and Yahr stating of severity of Parkinson disease, (5)Schwab and England ADL scale; these are evaluated by interview and clinical observation.",
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        "definition_text": "Participants are shown misaligned lines and asked to indicate which side the top line is offset. Alternatively, participants may be asked to complete an alignment with a pencil or digital pointer.",
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        "definition_text": "participants look at a computer screen and press buttons to respond to targets. In some of the trials, a visual cue will appear before the target, but in the same spot as the target.",
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        "definition_text": "Also called the Warrington Recognition Memory Test (RMT), "the RMT consists of the presentation of 50 printed words at the rate of one word every 3 s, and for each word the subject is required to judge the presented stimulus as "pleasant" or "unpleasant" to help ensure that they are attending to the stimulus items. The patient is then presented with a series of word pairs, and the task is to identify which of the two words came from the target list. A series of 50 faces is then presented at the same rate, and the patient is asked to provide the same pleasant versus unpleasant judgments; the patient\r\nis then presented with a series of 50 pairs of faces, and the task is again to identify which of the two faces came from the target list." - (Hermann, Connell, Barr, & Wyler 1995)",
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        "definition_text": "a general test of intelligence, which Wechsler defined as, "... the global capacity of the individual to act purposefully, to think rationally, and to deal effectively with his environment." In keeping with this definition of intelligence as an aggregate of mental aptitudes or abilities, the WAIS-R consists of 11 subtests divided into two parts, verbal and performance.",
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        "definition_text": "used with adults ages 16 to 90 and measures cognitive ability using a core battery of 10 unique subtests that focus on four specific domains of intelligence: verbal comprehension, perceptual reasoning, working memory, and processing speed. ",
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        "definition_text": "The participant is presented with stimulus cards with shapes on them.  The cards differ in color of the shapes, number of the shapes, and the form of the shapes. The participant is asked to sort these cards into two piles. The participant is not told what stimulus dimension to use in order to sort the cards, but the administrator tells the participant if a particular match is correct. During the test, the sorting rules are changed and the participant must discover the new sorting rule in order to be successful. ",
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        "name": "Wisconsin card sorting test",
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        "definition_text": "Participants must read non-words aloud. Raw scores are converted into a "reading comprehension age," which is then compared to the participant's real age to determine if they are a poor or gifted reader.",
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        "name": "word attack",
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        "definition_text": "Covert: Semantic: subjects listen to or view nouns and silently generate an associated verb, or subjects view a category and silently generate as many exemplars as possible; Orthographic: subjects listen to or view a letter and silently generate as many words as possible that start with that letter; Phonologic: subjects listen to or view a word and silently generate words that rhyme. \r\n\r\nOvert: semantic: subjects listen to or view nouns and overtly generate an associated verb, or subjects view a category and overtly generate as many exemplars as possible; Orthographic: subjects listen to or view a letter and overtly generate as many words as possible that start with that letter; Phonologic: subjects listen to or view a word and overtly generate words that rhyme.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T21:20:31",
        "name": "word generation task",
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        "definition_text": "is the process of determining the pronunciation and some degree of meaning of an unknown word. Note: Word- identification skills commonly taught are phonic analysis, structural analysis, context clues, configuration clues, dictionary skills, and sometimes picture clues.\r\n",
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        "definition_text": "Participants see ten boxes at the top of a screen, each of which is red or blue in some ratio. Under one of these boxes is a token, and participants must guess whether the token is under red or blue. On a gambling trial, participants can select some proportion of their allotted points to bet on their judgement.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-08-07T18:30:03",
        "name": "Cambridge Gambling Task",
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        "definition_text": "Two cards are drawn without replacement from a deck containing cards numbered from one to ten (one of each). After the first card is presented, participants bet whether the next card will be higher or lower than the first card. Thus there is maximal risk when the first card is five or six, zero risk when it is ten or one. \r\n\r\nIn later version of the task participants bet on whether the second card will be higher or lower before seeing the first card.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-02-11T21:02:24",
        "name": "Probabilistic gambling task",
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        "id": "trm_4d54b8361e93e",
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        "definition_text": "On each trial, participants choose between two stocks (gain/loss gambles, one stochastically dominating the other) and one bond (a sure gain of $1). They must learn through trial-and-error the characteristics of the stocks, which change over blocks of trials. Feedback on payoffs of the forgone options is presented on each trial. ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2017-08-30T12:44:12",
        "name": "behavioral investment allocation strategy",
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        "definition_text": "Each of 12 stimuli (circles of different colors, numbers and sizes) is associated with a different reward magnitude and probability. These include all combinations of (100 and 200) point rewards with (0, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75 and 1) probabilities, plus 300 and 400 rewards with 0.5 probability. Participants are first trained to learn the probabilities and outcomes associated with each stimulus. Next, on each trial, a stimulus appears in one of four quadrants of the screen, and participants indicate which quadrant using a button press.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T21:46:23",
        "name": "non-choice task",
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        "alias": "non-choice task to study expected value and uncertainty"
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        "definition_text": "On each trial, participants pump a simulated balloon without knowing when it will explode. Each pump increases the potential reward to be gained but also the probability of explosion, which wipes out all potential gains for that trial. In most studies, balloon explosion probabilities are drawn from a uniform distribution, and participants must learn explosion probabilities through trial-and-error.",
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        "name": "balloon analogue risk task",
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        "definition_text": "This task is a forerunner to the BART: on each trial, participants decide howmany of seven treasure chests to open. They are informed that six boxes contain a prize and one box contains a ‘devil’ that will cause themto lose all their potential gains on that trial. Similar to the BART, participants make sequential choices and, after opening each chest, decide whether to continue to the next chest or cash in their earnings to that point.",
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        "name": "devil's task",
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        "alias": "Slovic's risk task"
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        "creation_time": 1512660586899,
        "definition_text": "a choice made between two or more options when one of those options has some probability >0 of producing either a reinforcing or an aversive consequence",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-23T18:15:50",
        "name": "choice task between risky and non-risky options",
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        "creation_time": 1512660586935,
        "definition_text": "how well a person can identify a pattern in data\r\n",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-05-16T22:18:35",
        "name": "inductive reasoning aptitude",
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        "definition_text": "Stimuli are presented in pairs (either words or pseudowords) and the subject is asked to judge whether the pair of stimuli rhyme with one another.",
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        "name": "rhyme verification task",
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        "definition_text": "a combination of the Posner cueing paradigm and the Eriksen flanker test, the ANT presents participants with a target item (>) surrounded by congruent (> > > > >), neutral (- - > - -), or incongruent flanker stimuli. Stimulus presentation is preceded by different cue conditions and the participant is instructed to identify the target stimulus.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-04-13T23:27:02",
        "name": "remember/know task",
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        "id": "trm_4da6318f7381b",
        "creation_time": 1512660587046,
        "definition_text": "participants learn to respond according to the opposite, previously irrelevant, stimulus-reward pairing, often in a visual discrimination task",
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        "name": "probabilistic reversal learning task",
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        "creation_time": 1512660587070,
        "definition_text": "participants count the number of words in a display of words describing numbers (e.g. "three")",
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        "name": "counting Stroop task",
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        "definition_text": "subjects are shown a scene and must later decide whether views from different vantage points are of the same scene",
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        "name": "scene recognition task",
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        "definition_text": "No definition submitted yet.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2011-04-13T23:34:52",
        "name": "California Verbal Learning Test",
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        "definition_text": "The WISC-IV comprises Picture Concepts, Letter-Number Sequencing, Matrix Reasoning and two supplemental tests: Cancellation and Word Reasoning.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2012-08-06T17:54:21",
        "name": "Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children - Revised",
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        "definition_text": "No definition submitted yet.",
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        "name": "word fluency test",
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        "definition_text": "Designed to be a culturally fair analog of the trail making test (TMT), the CTT presents numbered colored circles and universal sign language symbols. The participant is required to alternate between the number and color sequences in completing the task.",
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        "definition_text": "part of the Weschler Adult Intelligence Scale and Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery, it is an analog to a digit span task. White squares are shown, some of which briefly change colour in a variable sequence. The participant must then touch the boxes which changed colour in the same order that they were displayed by the computer (for clinical mode) or in the reverse order (for reverse mode). The number of boxes increases from 2 at the start of the test to 9 at the end, and the sequence and colour are varied through the test.",
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        "definition_text": "descendant of the expectancy AX task, participant views a combination of simple dot formations as cues and probes; for example, ".:." may be a target probe, but should only be responded to if preceded by the cue ":" rather than ".." or any other formation.",
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        "definition_text": "a test of intelligence which Raymond Cattell subdivided into "fluid," or inherited, and "crystallized," or learned, designed to minimize the influence of cultural experiences",
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        "definition_text": "participant views two rows of consonants and must indicate as quickly as possible whether these rows are identical",
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        "definition_text": "This test measures speed of processing by asking participants to discern whether two sideby-side pictures are the same or not. The items are presented one pair at a time on the computer screen, and the participant is given 90 seconds to respond to as many items as possible (up to a maximum of 130). The items are designed to be simple so as to most purely measure processing speed.",
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        "definition_text": "a target detection task subtype, the T.O.V.A. uses geometric shapes as both target and distractor stimuli",
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        "definition_text": "participants are to respond to frequent neutral signals and are required to withhold response to rare critical signals",
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        "definition_text": "participants are shown an image of a familiar object and several comparison images of that object, one of which is identical and the others of which are slightly different; the participant is to select the identical image",
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        "definition_text": "participant must rearrange a set of three colored balls arranged on pegs, in the fewest possible moves, to match a specified configuration",
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        "definition_text": "participants see discs of various sizes distributed among three pegs and must organize them in a stack of decreasing size upward with specific constraints (i.e. only one disk can be moved at a time, each disk must be placed on one of the pegs, and a larger disk can never be placed on top\r\nof a smaller disk)",
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        "definition_text": "participants are asked to attend to one or both channels of different, sometimes disparate, stimuli played simultaneously through a headset",
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        "name": "dichotic listening task",
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        "definition_text": "subjects are instructed halfway through an incidental or intentional learning task that they should forget what had been presented so far because it was just practice, but after learning is complete are asked to recall the entirety of the learning task (e.g. a list of words)",
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        "definition_text": "Participant is presented with a series of single digit numbers and are instructed to sum the two most recent digits.",
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        "name": "Paced Auditory Serial Addition Test",
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        "definition_text": "participants must trace a path untimed through mazes of increasing complexity without backtracking or lifting their pencil",
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        "name": "Porteus maze test",
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        "definition_text": "is a computer-based cognitive assessment system consisting of a battery of neuropsychological tests, administered to subjects using a touch screen computer. The 22 tests in CANTAB examine various areas of cognitive function, including:\r\n\r\n    * general memory and learning,\r\n    * working memory and executive function,\r\n    * visual memory,\r\n    * attention and reaction time (RT),\r\n    * semantic/verbal memory,\r\n    * decision making and response control.\r\n\r\nThe CANTAB endeavours to import the accuracy and rigour of computerised psychological testing whilst retaining the wide range of ability measures demanded of a neuropsychological battery. It is suitable for young and old subjects, and aims to be culture and language independent through the use of non-verbal stimuli in the majority of the tests.",
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        "definition_text": "was developed in the early 1970s as a visuospatial counterpart to the verbal-memory span task (Milner, 1971). Over the years, it has frequently been used to assess visuospatial short-term memory performance in adults (e.g. Smyth & Scholey, 1992), children (e.g. Orsini, Schiappa, & Grossi, 1981), and patients with neuropsychological deficits (e.g. Vilkki & Holst, 1989). \r\n\r\nThe original Corsi apparatus consisted of a set of nine identical blocks (3 X 3 X 3 cm) irregularly positioned on a wooden board (23 X 28 cm). The experimenter points to a series of blocks at a rate of one block per second. Subsequently, the participant is required to point to the same blocks in their order of presentation. The length of the block sequences increases until recall is no longer correct. \r\n\r\nNumerous variations have since been employed in both display characteristics (e.g. colour, number and size of the blocks, block placement, size of the board) and test administration (e.g. presentation rate, block sequences, recall order, scoring technique) (for a review, see Berch, Krikorian, & Huha, 1998).",
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        "definition_text": "is a measure of short term visual memory that has been designed for use both as a clinical tool and a research instrument.  In the VPT, the subject is presented with matrix patterns of black and white squares in grids of varying size and required to memorize a series of black and white checkerboard-like patterns of increasing complexity. Such matrix patterns are virtually impossible to code verbally.",
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        "definition_text": "comprises a number of subtests focused on providing objective measures of everyday memory performance in people with observed and/or reported memory difficulties.",
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        "definition_text": "was invented by Mary Whiton Calkins in 1894 and involves the pairing of two items (usually words)—a stimulus and a response. For example, words such as calendar (stimulus) and shoe (response) may be paired, and when the learner is prompted with the stimulus, he responds with the appropriate word (shoe).",
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        "definition_text": "The Rey is a word-list learning task in which 15 unrelated words are presented orally (usually via audio recording) over three consecutive learning trials. After each presentation, the participant is asked to recall as many of the words as he/she can. The Rey is one of the most widely studied measures of memory and has been used in different languages, cultures and ethnic groups around the world. The test can be administered as a supplement to the PSMT for even more detailed study of episodic memory, or as an accommodation in place of PSMT for those with significant visual impairment.",
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        "name": "response mapping task",
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        "definition_text": "The pursuit rotor task is a task used in common use in the mid 20th century which involved a participant trying to follow (pursue) a small disc on a rotating turntable. Original mechanical versions had typical rotation rates of 60 RPM, which is probably too fast for mouse-controlled versions. The PEBL version offers a simple version with multiple trials and controllable parameters that can be used as a test of hand-eye coordination. ",
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        "definition_text": "A type of task-switching paradigm in which two different tasks are presented in alternating runs or blocks",
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        "definition_text": "participants are asked to fill in missing letters in a written short story; the first half describes contexts for which "c" would most appropriately complete "_at," while the second half describes contexts for which "b" would most appropriately complete "_at." ",
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        "definition_text": "Two spheres of different sizes are repeatedly placed in participants' hands, and they are asked to compare the sizes; upon the final presentation these are replaced with identically sized spheres.",
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        "definition_text": "participant completes task that induces emotional conflict while behavioral and/or physiological data is collected",
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        "definition_text": "a descendant of the Lifshitz distractibility test, participants are instructed to cross out particular digits in an array, either with or without an auditory distractor of numbers read aloud",
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        "definition_text": "is a neurological scale that aims to give a reliable, objective way of recording the conscious state of a person for initial as well as subsequent assessment. A patient is assessed against the criteria of the scale, and the resulting points give a patient score between 3 (indicating deep unconsciousness) and either 14 (original scale) or 15 (the more widely used modified or revised scale).",
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        "definition_text": "a questionnaire designed to understand how the participant feels about communication, often used in speech therapy",
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        "name": "modified Erickson Scale of Communication Attitudes",
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        "definition_text": "subjects focus on a fixation cross while a dot-shaped cue appears elsewhere on the screen; after this the fixation cross is replaced by several geometric shapes, one of which the participant must respond to, and when the fixation cross appears again the participant must indicate where the cue had appeared.",
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        "definition_text": "participants view line drawings of commons objects paired with either congruent or incongruent names thereof (e.g. a drawing of an umbrella with the word "BALLOON" or "UMBRELLA" above it)",
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        "definition_text": "Participants decide whether the unimodal cues to a crossmodal event (stimulus) were in temporal synchrony or not, i.e., whether they were "in synch" or "out of synch".",
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        "definition_text": "participants judge whether two objects presented side-by-side have a gap in the same position",
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        "definition_text": "part of the BIrmingham Object Recognition Battery; participants judge whether two objects presented side-by-side are the same length",
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        "definition_text": "a number between 2 and 7 digits is displayed for a brief period and is followed briefly by a blank screen, then another number to which participants respond only if it is identical to the first.",
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        "definition_text": "A heat stimulus is applied to the skin and the participant rates the experienced sensation on a visual analogue scale",
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        "definition_text": "One hand is occluded from sight and an artificial hand is lying in front of the participant. Synchronious paint brush strokes are applied to the same fingers of the occluded hand and the artificial hand. The participant rates the sense of ownership of the artificial hand on the Ownership Illusion Questionnaire or reports the felt position of his or her own hand against a ruler (proprioceptive drift).",
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        "definition_text": "A mechanical stimulus is applied to the skin and the participant rates the experienced sensation on a visual analogue scale.",
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        "definition_text": "Heat stimuli below, at, and above pain threshold (PT; stimulation interval: 30 – 40 seconds) are applied to the skin and the participant gives continuous pain ratings on a visual analogue scale. ",
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        "definition_text": "Innocuous warm and cool bars that are spatially interlaced are applied together to the skin and produce a painful burning sensation. The participant rates the experienced sensation.",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which subjects view a set of balls interacting in game.  At some point one of the balls is excluded from the game, simulating social exclusion.",
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        "definition_text": "A task that requires the subject to search for a stimulus defined by a combination of visual features.",
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        "definition_text": "Any task that requires subjects to process the meaning of stimuli",
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        "definition_text": "Any task that requires the subject to process the sound structure of words.",
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        "definition_text": "participants generate words to a given category (e.g. animals, foods)",
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        "definition_text": "participants are to name as many words starting with a specified letter as possible in a given time interval",
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        "definition_text": "A task requiring the subject to use knowledge retrieved from semantic memory.",
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        "id_concept_class": "",
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        "definition_text": "participant is shown series of photos either of people in portraits or in scenes and asked to determine their gender",
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        "definition_text": "participants view a stimulus composed of a large character (global) composed of smaller characters (local), e.g. a large "T" formed by an assembly of smaller letters",
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        "definition_text": "participants listen to a sentence and must select from several images the one that correspond to the sentence",
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        "id_concept_class": "",
        "last_updated": 1512660590612,
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        "definition_text": "participants are presented with two lists of words, then (after a brief reasoning test) tested to recall whether a given word had appeared on the first or the second list presented",
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        "definition_text": "in animal models, aversion to an avoidable part of an apparatus is conditioned, and the animal is later tested for whether it will enter this area.",
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        "definition_text": "participants are exposed to a list composed of famous and nonfamous names and then tested for recollection of which names are famous",
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        "definition_text": "participant predicts which of two mutually exclusive outcomes will occur, but critically, the larger reward (and penalty) is associated with choice of the least likely outcome, whereas the smallest reward (and penalty) is associated with choice of the most likely outcome",
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        "definition_text": "participants regulate their emotional states using cognitive strategies",
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        "definition_text": "participants are presented with lists of X items and be required to recall the N most recent; this means that the participant must hold in memory the first N items and, if X > N, update the contents of memory by dropping initial for most recent items",
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        "definition_text": "The Big/Little Circle test assesses comprehension, learning and reversal. It is also intended to train participants in the general idea of following and reversing a rule, before proceeding to the Intra/Extradimensional Shift test (IED), so should ideally precede the IED task in a battery. Participants must first touch the smaller of the two circles displayed, then, after 20 trials, touch the larger circle for 20 further trials.",
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        "definition_text": "Participants are given several sets of characters or stimuli to respond to. In Sperling's version of the task, participants are cued to recall just one subset. Due to the fact that participants did not know which row would be cued for recall, performance in the partial report condition can be regarded as a random sample of an observer's memory for the entire display. Another version involves participants responding by pressing a button when they see only a certain stimulus out of a set appear.",
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        "definition_text": "This is a test of visual spatial recognition memory in a 2-choice forced discrimination paradigm. This test is often used, in conjunction with Pattern Recognition Memory (PRM) , before the Paired Associates Learning (PAL) test, as both these tests help to train the participant for PAL. PRM and SRM contain different elements of PAL and the results considered together help to decide on the exact nature of the cognitive deficit being considered. The participant is presented with a white square, which appears in sequence at five different locations on the screen. In the recognition phase, the participant sees a series of five pairs of squares, one of which is in a place previously seen in the presentation phase. The other square is in a location not seen in the presentation phase. As with the PRM test, locations are tested in the reverse of the presentation order. This sub-test is repeated three more times, each time with five new locations",
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        "definition_text": "a subtype of classical conditioning in which the conditional stimulus (CS) is presented and, during this presentation, a biologically relevant unconditional stimulus (US) is also presented. Afterward the subject is tested for its reaction to the CS in isolation.",
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        "definition_text": "participant learns to associate a particular outcome with a particular effort and characteristics thereof (e.g. frequency, strength)",
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        "definition_text": "participants are variably exposed to aversive stimuli and cues thereof while being monitored for their behavioral and physiological responses",
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        "definition_text": "stimuli within and/or across modalities are presented to participants, who are then to detect and/or estimate their presence or magnitude",
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        "definition_text": "a kind of psychophysical task, participants view a stimulus that can be perceived as oriented and/or moving in more than one way",
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        "definition_text": "participants make judgments of their verticality after holding specific body orientations for some duration",
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        "definition_text": "a psychophysical task in which participants are to discriminate between a nonzero low-contrast stimulus and a blank",
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        "definition_text": "Participants observe a stimulus sequence comprising triangles and rectangles, keeping two counts, one for the triangles and one for the rectangles. Once each stimulus appears, participants update the appropriate mental count and then press a key to proceed to the next trial. Garavan’s central finding was that the reaction times signaled by the key press were longer when the incremented counter was different from the counter incremented on the previous trial (a switch trial) than when the same counter was incremented again (a no-switch trial). Garavan interpreted this switch–no-switch reaction time (RT) difference (the ‘‘switching effect’’) as an index of the time required to switch attention\r\nfrom one internal counter to another, suggesting that the internal focus of attention was limited in capacity. ",
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        "definition_text": "participants are shown faces expressing various emotions and asked to describe what emotion they believe is being expressed, sometimes also in conjunction with physiological (including neurophysiological) measures",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which an external stimulus signals the participant to interrupt an already-initiated motor response.",
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        "definition_text": "Attention bias refers to the tendency for an emotional stimulus to influence attention.  The term is most typically used to refer to biases related to emotional content, typically in bottom-up-capture attention tasks.  ",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which the subject is creating new memories without purposely knowing that memorization is the task at hand.  Their memories are created thorough working in their environment and picking up information in the process.  ",
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        "name": "Incidental encoding task",
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        "definition_text": "The Space Fortress videogame is used as a platform for investigating skill learning. The game was originally developed by cognitive psychologists at the University of Illinois, as a tool to study learning and training strategies. Notably, it is one of the few cognitive training tools that has shown transfer of training to real-world performance. Flight students that trained on Space Fortress performed better on a battery of real-world flight tests, and were more likely to be selected to pursue pilot training compared to a no-training control group. Studies have also found that learning Space Fortress with a strategy that involves flexibly shifting attention to different aspects of the game results in improved learning. Thus, the Space Fortress game serves as a great tool for studying how the brain acquires new, complex skills, and how the trained ability can extend to new contexts. (http://fcon_1000.projects.nitrc.org/indi/retro/Train-39.html)\r\n\r\nAnother version of the task involved performing an oddball task while simultaneouly playing Space Fortress.",
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        "definition_text": "ERT measures the ability to identify emotions in facial expressions. The participant is shown a series of faces which appear on the screen briefly and asked to identify the emotion (happiness, sadness, anger, disgust, surprise and fear). One hundred and eighty stimuli, which are computer morphed images derived from the facial features of real individuals each showing a specific emotion, are displayed on the screen, one at a time, in two blocks of ninety. Each face is displayed for a short while (200ms) and then immediately covered up, and then six buttons are displayed, each describing an emotion which could be portrayed in the photograph. The participant must decide which is the appropriate button to describe the emotion and touch the button. There are fifteen different photographs for each of the six emotions, each showing different levels of intensity.",
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        "definition_text": "Visual Analogue Scales are psychometric response scales which can be used as a measurement instrument for subjective states. The CANTAB VAS assess subjective measurements of drug effect, energy levels, sickness, alertness and mood. The participant must respond to sixteen questions as they appear on the screen by touching the on-screen slider and moving it to the appropriate position on the scale.",
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        "definition_text": "The Information Sampling Task (IST) tests impulsivity and decision making. The participant is presented with a 5x5 array of grey boxes on the screen, and two larger coloured panels below these boxes. The participant is instructed that they are playing a game for points, which they can win by making a correct decision about which colour is in the majority under the grey boxes. They must touch the grey boxes one at a time, which open up to reveal one of the two colours shown at the bottom of the screen. Once a box has been touched, it remains open. When the participant has made their decision about which colour is in the majority, they must touch the panel of that colour at the bottom of the screen to indicate their choice. After the participant has indicated their choice, all the remaining grey boxes on the screen reveal their colours and a message is displayed to inform the participant whether or not they were correct. The colours change from trial to trial. At the end of a trial the grey boxes are displayed on the screen again at a speed which depends on how fast the trial was completed, so that there is always at least 30 seconds between trials.\r\n\r\nThere are two conditions – the fixed win condition, in which the subject is awarded 100 points for a correct decision regardless of the number of boxes opened, and the decreasing win condition, in which the number of points that can be won for a correct decision starts at 250 and decreases by 10 points for every box touched. In either condition, an incorrect decision costs 100 points.",
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        "definition_text": "This test was developed by Dr. Richard Wilson to measure a person’s ability to recognize single words presented amid varying levels of background noise.  It measures how much difficulty a person might have hearing in a noisy environment. A recorded voice instructs the participant to listen to and then repeat words. The task becomes increasingly difficult as the background noise gets louder. The best score that can be attained (35 correct) for either ear is -2.0 dB S/N, and the worst score (0 correct) is 26.0 dB S/N. Lower scores, therefore, are indicative of better performance on this test.",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox Words-in Noise Test",
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        "definition_text": "This measure of receptive vocabulary is administered in a computerized adaptive format. That is, the next question a participant receives depends on his/her response to the previous question; Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT) ensures a test that is tailored to the participant’s needs. The respondent is presented with an audio recording of a word and four photographic images on the computer screen and is asked to select the picture that most closely matches the meaning of the word. ",
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        "definition_text": "DCCS is a measure of cognitive flexibility. Two target pictures are presented that vary along two dimensions (e.g., shape and color). Participants are asked to match a series of bivalent test pictures \r\n(e.g., yellow balls and blue trucks) to the target pictures, first according to one dimension (e.g., color) and then, after a number of trials, according to the other dimension (e.g., shape). “Switch” trials are also employed, in which the participant must change the dimension being matched. For example, after four straight trials matching on shape, the participant may be asked to match on color on the next trial and then go back to shape, thus requiring the cognitive flexibility to quickly choose the correct stimulus.",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox Dimensional Change Card Sort Test",
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        "definition_text": "The List Sorting test requires immediate recall and sequencing of different visually and orally presented stimuli. Pictures of different foods and animals are displayed with accompanying audio recording and written text (e.g., “elephant”), and the participant is asked to say the items back in size order from smallest to largest, first within a single dimension (either animals or foods, called 1-List) and then on two dimensions (foods, then animals, called 2-List).",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox List Sorting Working Memory Test",
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        "definition_text": " Separate but parallel reading tests have been developed in English and Spanish. In either language, the participant is asked to read and pronounce letters and words as accurately as possible. The test administrator scores them as right or wrong. For the youngest children, the initial items require them to identify letters (as opposed to symbols) and to identify a specific letter in an array of four symbols.",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox Oral Reading Recognition Test",
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        "definition_text": "In this test, a coding key with nine abstract symbols is presented – each paired with a number between 1 and 9. Participants are asked to orally indicate which numbers go with symbols that are presented in a long string on the computer screen. The participant is given 120 seconds to call out as many numbers that go with the corresponding symbols as he/she can – without skipping any. This test is administered to ages 8-85 and takes approximately three minutes. The Oral Symbol Digit Test is a measure of processing speed. It can be administered as an accommodation in place of the Pattern Comparison processing Speed Test for those with significant motor limitations in the upper extremities.",
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        "definition_text": "This simple test of manual dexterity records the time required for the participant to accurately place and remove nine plastic pegs into a plastic pegboard. The protocol includes one practice and one timed trial with each hand. Raw scores are recorded as time in seconds it takes the participant to complete the task with each hand (separate score for each).",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox 9-Hole Pegboard Dexterity Test",
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        "definition_text": "This protocol is adapted from the grip strength testing protocol of the American Society of Hand Therapy. Participants are seated in a chair with their feet touching the ground. With the elbow bent to 90 degrees and the arm against the trunk, wrist at neutral, participants squeeze the Jamar Plus Digital dynamometer as hard as they can for a count of three. The dynamometer provides a digital reading of force in pounds. A practice trial at less than full force and one test trial are completed with each hand.",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox Grip Strength Test",
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        "definition_text": "The Standing Balance Test is a measure developed to assess static standing balance. It involves the participant assuming and maintaining up to five poses for 50 seconds each. The sequence of poses is: eyes open on a solid surface, eyes closed on a solid surface, eyes open on a 18 foam surface, eyes closed on a foam surface, eyes open in tandem stance on a solid surface. Detailed stopping rules are in place to ensure participant safety with these progressively demanding poses. Postural sway is recorded for each pose using an accelerometer that the participant wears at waist level.",
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        "definition_text": "This test is adapted from the 4-meter walk test in the Short Physical Performance Battery.  Participants are asked to walk a short distance (four meters) at their usual pace. Participants complete one practice and then two timed trials. Raw scores are recorded as the time in seconds required to walk 4 meters on each of the two trials, with the better trial used for scoring. ",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox 4-Meter Walk Gait Speed Test ",
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        "definition_text": "This test is adapted from the American Thoracic Society’s 6-Minute Walk Test Protocol. This test measures sub-maximal cardiovascular endurance by recording the distance that the participant is able to walk on a 50-foot (out and back) course in two minutes. The participant’s raw score is the distance in feet and inches walked in two minutes.",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox 2-Minute Walk Endurance Test",
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        "definition_text": "This automated audiometric test measures hearing thresholds at six different frequencies, separately in the left and right ears. The frequencies presented are: .5, 1, 2, 4, 6 and 8 kHz. On each trial, the participant’s task is to detect whether a pure tone was presented via headphones by answering yes (tone heard) or no (tone not heard). Catch trials are administered to detect false-alarm responses (cases where the participant says “yes” when no tone was presented).",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox Hearing Threshold Test",
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        "definition_text": "This is the screening version of the Hearing Handicap Inventory; different versions are presented for adults (ages 18-64) and the elderly (ages 65+). Both versions are 10-item self-report measures of hearing-related disability that have been widely used in hearing research. Each of the ten items has three response options. Each item has three response options, assigned point values of 0, 2 or 4, with higher scores indicative of more of a self-reported problem for each item. The score provided for the test is thus a total summed score, ranging from 0-40.",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox Hearing Handicap Inventory",
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        "definition_text": "This test measures the perceived intensity of quinine (a bitter tastant) and salt administered in liquid solutions. The tastants are each applied to the tip of the tongue as well as swished around in the whole mouth and are rated on a generalized labeled magnitude scale (gLMS). The gLMS is a measure of perceived intensity, with seven anchor labels provided (Strongest imaginable, Very strong, Strong, Moderate, Weak, Barely detectable, No sensation). Participants can rate their intensity by clicking with a computer mouse on any point on the scale from Strongest imaginable to No sensation. The computer records the exact location of the response. A score from 0-100 on a semi-logarithmic scale is produced for each of the four items (quinine whole mouth, salt whole mouth, quinine tip of tongue, salt tip of tongue), corresponding to the point on the gLMS where the participant clicked. A higher score represents greater perceived intensity of the tastant. ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2013-01-14T03:21:42",
        "name": "NIH Toolbox Taste Intensity Test",
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        "definition_text": "This test directly measures participants’ visual acuity or distance vision. The participant is seated 12.5 feet away from a computer monitor at eye level, and letters (called “optotypes”) are displayed one at a time on the screen for the participant to identify, using both eyes at the same time, with the participant wearing his/her normal corrective lenses for distance vision (glasses or contact lenses), if worn. As the participant successfully identifies optotypes of a given size, smaller ones appear on the screen, until the computer program ascertains the smallest-size optotype the participant can successfully see. Conversely, the program displays larger optotypes if the participant cannot see the size that is first displayed, until a size that he/she can accurately see is found. For participants ages 3-7, only the letters H, O, T and V are used, and children may point to a laminated card showing the letters if they cannot verbalize or recall the letter names. For participants ages 8 and above, the entire set of optotypes is used, following a common protocol used in professional vision testing. This is the standard binocular visual acuity measure scored in LogMAR units.",
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        "definition_text": "This Toolbox Supplemental measure assesses an individual’s self-reported quality of life related to visual function in six different areas: color vision, distance vision, near vision, ocular symptoms, psycho-social and role performance. The participant responds to 53 questions, most of which start with, “How much,” “To what extent,” or “How much of a problem,” choosing from a list of answer options ranging from “Not difficult at all” to “Very difficult.”",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox Vision-Related Quality of Life Survey",
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        "definition_text": "This test is a measure of gaze stability during head movement, which helps identify individuals who may have a deficit of the vestibular system (which regulates internal balance). First, the NIH Toolbox Visual Acuity Test must be administered, followed by the DVA Test. Participants are again seated 12.5 feet from a computer monitor at eye level. For the DVA Test, participants wear lightweight headgear that contains a rate sensor and are asked to move the head back and forth, as if indicating “no.” Once the head is measured to be moving at greater than 180 degrees per second by the rate sensor, an optotype flashes on the monitor, and the participant is asked to identify it. As with the Visual Acuity Test, only the letters H, O, T and V are used for ages 3-7, while ages 8+ use the entire letter set. Smaller optotypes are displayed as the participant correctly identifies letters, and larger ones are displayed if the participant cannot correctly identify the letter shown, until the computer has calculated the smallest size that the participant can see with the head moving. This is calculated separately for head rotation leftward and rightward from center (though the participant continues shaking the head both ways), and this performance is compared to the participant’s visual acuity when the head was stationary (the NIH Toolbox Visual Acuity Test score, sometimes referred to as “static” visual acuity in the context of the DVA test). The difference between static and dynamic visual acuity represents the vestibular contribution to gaze stability. DVA scoring, as with visual acuity, is based in LogMAR units",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox Dynamic Visual Acuity Test",
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        "definition_text": "This task assesses a person’s ability to identify various odors. Participants use scratch-andsniff cards and after scratching them one at a time, are asked to identify which of four pictures on the computer screen matches the odor they have just smelled. Participants ages 10-85 are administered nine odor cards, while those ages 3-9 are administered five odor cards. Child participants (ages 3-9 years) are first asked to identify the eight pictures used as answer choices to ensure they can complete the task. Having identified the pictures, they are asked if they have tasted or smelled the objects or foods depicted.",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox Odor Identification Test",
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        "definition_text": "This measure consists of a single item measuring immediate (i.e., acute) pain in adults. It asks a participant to rate level of pain experienced “over the last seven days.” The single item is simply scored on a 0-10 scale, with 0 representing no pain, and 10 representing the “worst imaginable pain.”",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox Pain Intensity Survey",
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        "definition_text": "This brief self-report scale measures the degree to which pain interferes with other activities in life in adults. Pain interference items were developed as part of the NIH PROMIS. Each item administered has a 5-point scale with options ranging from “not at all” to “very much” on questions about how much pain interferes with aspects of one’s life. The survey is scored using IRT methods.",
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        "definition_text": "This self-report measure assesses both activated (i.e., happiness, joy) as well as unactivated (i.e., serenity, peace) aspects of positive affect. Affect is defined as "feelings that reflect a level of pleasurable engagement with the \r\nenvironment, such as happiness, joy, excitement, enthusiasm and contentment." Each item administered has a 5-point scale with options ranging from “not at all” to “very much.” Each survey is scored using IRT methods.",
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        "definition_text": "This self-report measure assesses global feelings and attitudes about one's life. A CAT is used for adults, a CAT version is used for ages 13-17, and a 5-item fixed-length form is used for ages 8-12, as well as for the parent-report version with ages 3-12. Items administered include those with both 5-point and 7-point scales, with options in each case ranging from “strongly disagree” to “strongly agree.” The self-report surveys are scored using IRT methods, whereas the parent-report version is scored as a raw sum.",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox General Life Satisfaction Survey",
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        "definition_text": "A short-term memory task in which the subject must produce irrelevant speech while maintaining information in memory.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2013-01-15T16:21:58",
        "name": "articulatory suppression task",
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        "definition_text": "This is a self-report measure administered only to ages 18-85 as a CAT. In addition, a fixed-length self-report form is available for ages 18-85 as a supplemental measure. Items administered use a 5-point scale, with options ranging from “strongly disagree” to “strongly agree,” or from “not at all” to “very much.” The survey is scored using IRT methods.",
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        "name": "NIH Toolbox Meaning and Purpose Survey",
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        "definition_text": "The Graded Naming Test, developed by Professor Elizabeth Warrington and Dr Pat McKenna in 1980 , has been used extensively in cognitive neuropsychology. The Graded Naming Test (GNT) avoids the problem of ceiling effects in previous naming tests by having subjects name drawings of objects in ascending difficulty. Reduced efficiency in retrieving the name of an object can be the first and only indication of impaired language functioning. This test assesses object-naming ability, but is in addition graded in difficulty to allow for individual differences. This means that it may be able to detect any word-finding difficulty even in those with an extensive naming vocabulary. Currently available in UK English only (this test is culturally biased and there are no alternative versions at present).",
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        "definition_text": "One Touch Stockings of Cambridge is a spatial planning task which gives a measure of frontal lobe function. OTS is a variant of the Stockings of Cambridge task and places greater demands on working memory as the participant has to visualise the solution. As for SOC (Stockings of Cambridge), the participant is shown two displays containing three coloured balls. The displays are presented in such a way that they can easily be perceived as stacks of coloured balls held in stockings or socks suspended from a beam. This arrangement makes the 3-D concepts involved apparent to the participant, and fits with the verbal instructions.\r\n\r\nThere is a row of numbered boxes along the bottom of the screen. The test administrator first demonstrates to the participant how to use the balls in the lower display to copy the pattern in the upper display, and completes one demonstration problem, where the solution requires one move. The participant must then complete three further problems, one each of 2 moves, 3 moves and 4 moves.\r\n\r\nNext the participant is shown further problems, and must work out in their head how many moves the solutions to these problems require, then touch the appropriate box at the bottom of the screen to indicate their response.",
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        "definition_text": "Reaction Time (RTI) is a latency task with a comparative history (the five choice task) and uses a procedure to separate response latency from movement time. It is more useful than CRT or SRT where it is necessary to control for tremor. The task is divided into five stages, which require increasingly complex chains of responses. In each case, the participant must react as soon as a yellow dot appears. In some stages the dot may appear in one of five locations, and the participant must sometimes respond by using the press-pad, sometimes by touching the screen, and sometimes both.",
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        "definition_text": "Rapid Visual Information Processing (RVP) is a test of sustained attention (similar to the Continuous Performance Task) and has proved useful in many studies in which drugs are used to help develop a disease model.. It is sensitive to dysfunction in the parietal and frontal lobe areas of the brain and is also a sensitive measure of general performance. A white box appears in the centre of the computer screen, inside which digits, from 2 to 9, appear in a pseudo-random order, at the rate of 100 digits per minute. Participants are requested to detect target sequences of digits (for example, 2-4-6, 3-5-7, 4-6-8) and to register responses using the press pad.",
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        "definition_text": "Match to Sample Visual Search (MTS) is a matching test, with a speed/accuracy trade-off. It is a simultaneous visual search task with response latency dissociated from movement time. Efficient performance on this task requires the ability to search among the targets and ignore the distractor patterns which have elements in common with the target. This test can help to differentiate between Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease, and also between Lewy Body dementia and Alzheimer's disease. The participant is shown a complex visual pattern (the sample) in the middle of the screen, and then, after a brief delay, a varying number of similar patterns is shown in a circle of boxes around the edge of the screen. Only one of these boxes matches the pattern in the centre of the screen, and the participant must indicate which it is by touching it. Reaction time is measured on the basis of the release of the press-pad, which allows for its more accurate measurement.",
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        "definition_text": "A measure of abstraction and concept formation by hypothesis testing, where the principle shifts after its discovery is established.. Subjects decide which of 4 objects does not belong with the other 3 based on one of three sorting principles (e.g., shape, size, line thickness). Sorting principles change after 10 successive correct responses, and feedback is used to guide discovery of the principle and indicate its change. There are 4 alternate forms available. An accuracy score is calculated by multiplying the proportion of correct responses by the number of categories attained (out of 3 possible).",
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        "definition_text": "The Penn Word Memory Test presents 20 target words that are then mixed with 20 distractors equated for frequency, length, concreteness and low imageability. The participant’s score reflects the number of correctly recognized targets and correctly rejected foils. Median response times for correct responses serves as a measure of speed. A 20 min delayed recall procedure is also administered.",
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        "definition_text": "presents 20 digitized faces that are then mixed with 20 distractors equated for age, gender and ethnicity. The participant’s score reflects the number of correctly recognized targets and correctly rejected foils, and median response times for correct responses serves as a measure of speed. The procedure is repeated at 20 min delay. ",
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        "definition_text": "uses Euclidean shapes as stimuli with the same paradigm as the CNB word and face tests. The participant’s score reflects the number of correctly recognized targets and correctly rejected foils, and again median response times for correct responses serves as a measure of speed. The procedure is repeated at 20 min delay. Two forms are available for each test.",
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        "definition_text": "The examinee 29 answers questions that address a broad range of general knowledge topics. This subtest measures the ability to acquire, retain, and retrieve general factual information. ",
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        "definition_text": "For Digit Span Forward, the examinee is read a sequence of numbers and recalls the numbers in the same order. For Digit Span Backward, the examinee is read a sequence of numbers and recalls the numbers in reverse order. For Digit Span Sequencing, the examinee is read a sequence of numbers and recalls the numbers in ascending order. This subtest measures working memory, mental manipulation, cognitive flexibility, rote memory and learning, attention, and encoding. ",
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        "definition_text": "For picture items, the examinee names the object presented visually. For verbal items, the examinee defines words that are presented visually and orally. This subtest measures word knowledge and verbal concept formation. 35 words are defined in this measure of expressive word knowledge. It correlates very highly with Full Scale IQ.",
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        "definition_text": "Working within a specified time limit, the examinee mentally solves a series of 14  arithmetic story type problems. This subtest measures mental manipulation, concentration, attention, short- and long-term memory, numerical reasoning ability, and mental alertness. Tests distractibility as well as numerical reasoning.",
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        "definition_text": "The examinee answers questions based on his or her understanding of general principles and social situations. This subtest measures verbal reasoning and conceptualization, verbal comprehension and expression, the ability to evaluate and use past experience, and the ability to demonstrate practical knowledge and judgment.",
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        "definition_text": "The examinee is presented two words that represent common objects or concepts, and asked to describe how two seemingly dissimilar items might in fact be similar. This subtest measures verbal concept formation and reasoning.",
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        "definition_text": "Working within a specified time limit, the examinee views a picture with an important part missing and identifies the missing part. This subtest measures visual perception and organization, concentration, and visual recognition of essential details of objects.",
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        "definition_text": "The subject is given 10 small pictures and asked to arrange them in a logical sequence.",
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        "definition_text": "The subject is given 4 puzzles (like jigsaw puzzles) and must put together the pieces to form the intended shape. ",
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        "definition_text": "A decision making task designed to test how individuals can use different criteria to classify perceptual stimuli.  In the criteria with line stimuli version of the task, participants are asked to decide if lines are "big" or "small" compared to a criterion line that can differ in size.  At the beginning of each block of trials, they are shown which criterion line to use for their decisions.  In the criteria with dot stimuli version of the task, participants are asked to decide if a matrix of dots is "big" or "small" compared to a matrix of dots that can differ in size. At the beginning of each block of trials, they are shown which criterion matrix of dots to use for their decisions.  \r\n",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which an external stimulus signals the participant to interrupt an already-initiated motor response.",
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        "definition_text": "The subject is presented with an array, then after a short delay, presented with a second array. In the no-change condition, the second array is identical to the first. In the change condition, the second array differs by a single item. Subjects must identify whether a change has occurred or not, and if so, are often asked to point out the change. Other versions target different sensory abilities, such as auditory change detection or face change detection.",
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        "definition_text": "An alternative version of the AX-CPT in which the letter stimuli are replaced with simple dot patterns derived from Braille language. Dot patterns are more easily parametrically manipulated, and require less time between stimuli presentations because they are not as easily stored in working memory as letters, thus increasing the proportion of errors.",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are presented with a cue indicating which of several tasks to perform. After a delay phase, they see a task screen and perform the task. Typically, brain activity related to the tasks is analyzed during the delay period.",
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        "name": "delayed intention task",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which subjects are presented with mirror-reversed written stimuli and asked to process them in some way.",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are presented with words in either plain text or mirror-reversed format, and are asked to judge whether the stimulus refers to a living or nonliving object.  Items are presented in a mixed fashion and separated by whether each stimulus is a switch in presentation form from the previous trial.",
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        "creation_time": 1512660593964,
        "definition_text": "is a feedback driven classification learning task in which a subject is presented with a stimuli (ex-geometric shapes) and has to classify them into one of two categories (ex-rainy or sunny weather), and then receives feedback on if the response was correct or incorrect.  This may or may not be presented with other stimuli (ex-tones of different frequencies), but the goal of the task is to only pay attention the the classification task at hand.  This is the same task as the weather prediction task but with the reward contingencies reversed\r\n",
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        "definition_text": "An auditory illusion discovered by H. McGurk and J. MacDonald, demonstrating the contribution made by visible face movements to normal speech perception",
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        "definition_text": "In this task, participants are required to select responses for two stimuli. The intervals between the two stimuli vary, but are  usually so brief that the second stimulus often appears before the response to the first one is finished.",
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        "name": "psychological refractory period (PRP) paradigm",
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        "definition_text": "This is the "working memory" task used in the Human Connectome Project. The category specific representation task and the working memory task are combined into a single task paradigm. Participants were presented with blocks of trials that consisted of pictures of places, tools, faces and body parts (non-mutilated parts of bodies with no “nudity”). Within each run, the 4 different stimulus types were presented in separate blocks. Also, within each run, ½ of the blocks use a 2-back working memory task and ½ use a 0-back working memory task (as a working memory comparison). A 2.5 second cue indicates the task type (and target\r\nfor 0-back) at the start of the block. Each of the two runs contains 8 task blocks (10 trials of 2.5 seconds each, for 25 seconds) and 4 fixation blocks (15 seconds). On each trial, the stimulus is presented for 2 seconds, followed by a 500 ms inter-task interval (ITI). \r\n\r\nPotential Additional Event Related Contrasts: Researchers can also use the TAB.txt E-Prime\r\ndata files to generate the following potential event-related contrasts:\r\n\r\nhttp://humanconnectome.org/documentation/S500/HCP_S500+MEG2_Release_Appendix_VI.pdf\r\nhttp://humanconnectome.org/documentation/S500/HCP_S500+MEG2_Release_Reference_Manual.pdf\r\n\r\nReferences for Working Memory: Localizer (Drobyshevsky et al. 2006); Reliable across subjects (Drobyshevsky et al. 2006) and time (Caceres et al. 2009).",
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        "definition_text": "This task was adapted from the one developed by Buckner and colleagues (Buckner et al. 2011; Yeo et al. 2011). Participants are presented with visual cues that ask them to either tap their left or right fingers, or squeeze their left or right toes, or move their tongue to map motor areas. Each block of a movement type lasted 12 seconds (10 movements), and is preceded by a 3 second cue. In each of the two runs, there are 13 blocks, with 2 of tongue movements, 4 of hand movements (2 right and 2 left), and 4 of foot movements (2 right and 2 left). In addition, there are 3 15-second fixation blocks per run. This task contains the following events, each of which is computed against the fixation baseline.\r\n\r\nThis task is included in the Human Connectome Project (HCP) 500 subject data release.\r\nhttp://humanconnectome.org/documentation/S500/HCP_S500+MEG2_Release_Reference_Manual.pdf\r\n\r\nReferences for Motor Task: Localizer (Morioka et al. 1995; Bizzi et al. 2008; Buckner et al. 2011; Yeo et al. 2011).",
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        "definition_text": "This task was developed by Binder and colleagues (Binder et al. 2011) and uses the E-prime scripts provided by these investigators. The task consists of two runs that each interleave 4 blocks of a story task and 4 blocks of a math task. The lengths of the blocks vary (average of approximately 30 seconds), but the task was designed so that the math task blocks match the length of the story task blocks, with some additional math trials at the end of the task to complete the 3.8 minute run as needed. The story blocks present participants with brief auditory stories (5-9 sentences) adapted from Aesop’s fables, followed by a 2-alternative forcedchoice question that asks participants about the topic of the story. The example provided in the original Binder paper (p. 1466) is “For example, after a story about an eagle that saves a man who had done him a favor, participants were asked, “Was that about revenge or reciprocity?” The math task also presents trials aurally and requires subjects to complete addition and subtraction problems. The trials present subjects with a series of arithmetic operations (e.g., “fourteen plus twelve”), followed by “equals” and then two choices (e.g., “twenty-nine or twentysix”). Participants push a button to select either the first or the second answer. The math task is adaptive to try to maintain a similar level of difficulty across participants. For more details on the task, please see (Binder et al. 2011).\r\n\r\nReferences for Language Task: Reliable across subjects and robust activation (Binder et al.\r\n2011).\r\n\r\nThis task is included in the Human Connectome Project.\r\n\r\nhttp://humanconnectome.org/documentation/S500/HCP_S500+MEG2_Release_Reference_Manual.pdf",
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        "definition_text": "Participants were presented with short video clips (20 seconds) of objects (squares, circles, triangles) that either interacted in some way, or moved randomly on the screen. These videos were developed by either Castelli and colleagues (Castelli et al. 2000) or Martin and colleagues (Wheatley et al. 2007). After each video clip, participants judge whether the objects had a mental interaction (an interaction that appears as if the shapes are taking into account each other’s feelings and thoughts), Not Sure, or No interaction (i.e., there is no obvious interaction between the shapes and the movement appears random). Each of the two task runs has 5 video blocks (2 Mental and 3 Random in one run, 3 Mental and 2 Random in the other run) and 5 fixation blocks (15 seconds each). \r\n\r\nReferences for the Social Cognition Task: Reliable across subjects and robust activation\r\n(Castelli et al. 2000; Castelli et al. 2002; Wheatley et al. 2007; White et al. 2011).\r\n\r\nThis task is used in the Human Connectome Project.\r\n\r\nhttp://humanconnectome.org/documentation/S500/HCP_S500+MEG2_Release_Reference_Manual.pdf",
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        "definition_text": "This task was adapted from the one developed by Christoff and colleagues (Smith et al. 2007). The stimuli are 6 different shapes filled with 1 of 6 different textures. In the relational processing condition, participants are presented with 2 pairs of objects, with one pair at the top of the screen and the other pair at the bottom of the screen. They are told that they should first decide what dimension differs across the top pair of objects (differed in shape or differed in texture) and then they should decide whether the bottom pair of objects also differ along that same dimension (e.g., if the top pair differs in shape, does the bottom pair also differ in shape). In the control matching condition, participants are shown two objects at the top of the screen and one object at the bottom of the screen, and a word in the middle of the screen (either “shape” or “texture”). They are told to decide whether the bottom object matches either of the top two objects on that dimension (e.g., if the word is “shape”, is the bottom object the same shape as either of the top two objects. For both conditions, the subject responds yes or no using one button or another. For the relational condition, the stimuli are presented for 3500 ms, with a 500 ms ITI, and there are four trials per block. In the matching condition, stimuli are presented for 2800 ms, with a 400 ms ITI, and there are 5 trials per block. Each type of block (relational or matching) lasts a total of 18 seconds. In each of the two runs of this task, there are 3 relational blocks, 3 matching blocks and 3 16-second fixation blocks.\r\n\r\nReferences for the Relational Processing Task: Localizer (Smith et al. 2007).\r\n\r\nThis task is included in the Human Connectome Project (HCP) 500 Dataset Release\r\nhttp://humanconnectome.org/documentation/S500/HCP_S500+MEG2_Release_Reference_Manual.pdf",
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        "definition_text": "This task was adapted from the one developed by Hariri and colleagues (Hariri et al. 2002). Participants are presented with blocks of trials that either ask them to decide which of two faces presented on the bottom of the screen match the face at the top of the screen, or which of two shapes presented at the bottom of the screen match the shape at the top of the screen. The faces have either an angry or fearful expression. Trials are presented in blocks of 6 trials of the same task (face or shape), with the stimulus presented for 2000 ms and a 1000 ms ITI. Each block is preceded by a 3000 ms task cue (“shape” or “face”), so that each block is 21 seconds including the cue. Each of the two runs includes 3 face blocks and 3 shape blocks, with 8 seconds of fixation at the end of each run.\r\n\r\nThis task is included in the Human Connectome Project (HCP) 500 subject data release.\r\nhttp://humanconnectome.org/documentation/S500/HCP_S500+MEG2_Release_Reference_Manual.pdf\r\n\r\nReferences for the Emotion Processing Task: Localizer (Hariri et al. 2002); Moderate reliability\r\nacross time (Manuck et al. 2007).",
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        "definition_text": "This task was adapted from the one developed by Delgado and Fiez (Delgado et al. 2000). Participants play a card guessing game where they are asked to guess the number on a mystery card (represented by a “?”) in order to win or lose money. Participants are told that potential card numbers range from 1-9 and to indicate if they think the mystery card number is more or less than 5 by pressing one of two buttons on the response box. Feedback is the number on the card (generated by the program as a function of whether the trial was a reward, loss or neutral trial) and either: 1) a green up arrow with “$1” for reward trials, 2) a red down arrow next to -$0.50 for loss trials; or 3) the number 5 and a gray double headed arrow for neutral trials. The “?” is presented for up to 1500 ms (if the participant responds before 1500 ms, a fixation cross is displayed for the remaining time), following by feedback for 1000 ms. There is a 1000 ms ITI with a “+” presented on the screen. The task is presented in blocks of 8 trials that are either mostly reward (6 reward trials pseudo randomly interleaved with either 1 neutral and 1 loss trial, 2 neutral trials, or 2 loss trials) or mostly loss (6 loss trials pseudorandomly interleaved with either 1 neutral and 1 reward trial, 2 neutral trials, or 2 reward trials). In each of the two runs, there are 2 mostly reward and 2 mostly loss blocks, interleaved with 4 fixation blocks (15 seconds each).\r\n\r\nThis task is part of the Human Connectome Project (HCP) 500 subject data relase.\r\nhttp://humanconnectome.org/documentation/S500/HCP_S500+MEG2_Release_Reference_Manual.pdf\r\n\r\nReferences for Gambling Task: Reliable across subjects and robust activation in fMRI (Delgado\r\net al. 2000; May et al. 2004; Tricomi et al. 2004; Forbes et al. 2009)",
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        "definition_text": "The tone matching task is designed to measure pitch perception. Subjects are presented with pairs of tones and are asked to indicate whether they sounded the same or different.\r\n\r\nSource: http://davidileitman.com/tone-matching-task/",
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        "definition_text": "When viewing an image with multiple interpretations, subjective perception alternates stochastically between the different interpretations.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-04-20T21:21:46",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-04-18T22:12:24",
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        "definition_text": "observers judge whether one line is displaced above or below a second line",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-04-07T22:32:38",
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        "definition_text": "observers are asked to detect the presence of a contour of Gabor elements embedded in a background of similar but otherwise unrelated elements",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-04-12T19:57:10",
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        "definition_text": "In a serial search, you look at one item at a time, and respond as soon as you see a target. In a parallel search, you look at multiple items at a time and the relevant aspect of the target can be detected quickly regardless of how many distractors there are.",
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        "definition_text": "Contour interpolation mechanisms allow perception of bounded objects despite incomplete edge information. ",
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        "event_stamp": "2015-03-31T21:05:14",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-03-31T21:05:14",
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        "definition_text": "None",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-03-31T21:08:44",
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        "definition_text": "find the figure that is embedded in the background, ignoring the background",
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        "def_id": "def_551b0dc4e6b90",
        "event_stamp": "2015-03-31T21:12:36",
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        "last_updated": 1512660596480,
        "def_event_stamp": "2015-03-31T21:12:36",
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        "definition_text": "None",
        "def_id": "def_551b0e6b88dbd",
        "event_stamp": "2015-03-31T21:15:23",
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        "last_updated": 1512660596527,
        "def_event_stamp": "2015-03-31T21:15:23",
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        "definition_text": "None",
        "def_id": "def_551b0ee824d22",
        "event_stamp": "2015-03-31T21:17:28",
        "id_concept_class": "",
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        "definition_text": "Object recognition is the ability to perceive an object’s physical properties (such as shape, colour and texture) and apply semantic attributes to the object, which includes the understanding of its use, previous experience with the object and how it relates to others.",
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        "definition_text": "A task in which subjects decide for several (snack) foods, sequentially, whether they would like to eat them. In order to make the choices realistic, participants are instructed that one of the trials counts for real and that they actually receive a portion of the snack chosen in that trial at the end of the study session.\r\n\r\nIn every trial, they view one of the study stimuli (3000 ms, choice period) and subsequently indicate with a button press (1500 ms, button press period) whether they want to eat a portion of the snack or not. During the button press period the words “yes” and “no” are shown left/right (randomized) on the screen. After indicating their choice, a yellow box appears around the yes or no. Participants are instructed to make their choice already during the period that the image was shown. To ensure that choices are made in direct response to the food pictures, the button press period was so short that it only allows them to locate whether they have to push the left or right button. The choice trials are interspersed with a random interval (between 2000 and 5000 ms). At the beginning, halfway (after 50 trials) and at the end an additional baseline period of 30 s is included in the task (fixation cross). \r\n\r\nThe visual stimuli consist of 100 pictures of regularly available snack foods on plates with a grey background: 50 high energy (HE) foods (energy content in kcal/100gram: M = 419, SD = 103) and 50 low energy (LE) foods (M = 56, SD = 37). Examples of HE snacks were crisps, cookies, cakes and candies. Examples of LE snacks were grapes, apples, bananas and mixed snack salads. The standardized image set can be downloaded from: http://nutritionalneuroscience.isi.uu.nl/index.php/32\r\n",
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        "name": "Single item food choice task",
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        "definition_text": "In this task, subjects decide for a series of binary food choice options which of the two they would like to eat. In populations with weight-concerned and dieting subjects this task is employed to investigate aspects of food-related self-control. It has also been employed in general population and non-dieters (e.g., Charbonnier et al., 2015) in a slightly adapted forms. Here the implementation of Van der Laan (2014) is described. \r\n\r\nIn the food choice task, participants make a total of 100 choices. In every trial, a high energy (HE) (energy content in kcal/100 gram: M = 419, SD = 103) and a low energy (LE) (M = 56, SD = 37) snack are shown side by side. Participants have 3000 ms to indicate which of the two products they would most like to eat a portion of by pushing the left or right but ton of a button box. After indicating their choice, a yellow box appears around the chosen product for 500 ms. The trials are interspersed with a random interval between 2000 and 5000 ms.\r\n\r\nTo investigate response conflict during food choice participants  are required to choose between pairs of HE and LE snacks matched such (on the basis of their own tastiness ratings given in the first session) that either a self-control dilemma was posed or not. In half of the trials, LE snacks are combined with HE snacks rated two or three points higher on tastiness (Self-Control required(SC)trials), posing a self-control dilemma concerning the trade-off between immediate eating enjoyment (choosing the appealing HE snack) and weight-watching intentions (choosing the less appealing LE snack). In the other half of the trials, the LE and HE snacks are matched on tastiness (equal or ±1 point in tastiness rating; No Self-Control required (NSC) trials), such that no trade-off between eating enjoyment and weight watching intentions is needed to choose the long-term superior LE snack.\r\n\r\nThe visual stimuli consist of 100 pictures of regularly available snack foods on plates with a grey background: 50 high energy (HE) foods (energy content in kcal/100gram: M = 419, SD = 103) and 50 low energy (LE) foods (M = 56, SD = 37). Examples of HE snacks were crisps, cookies, cakes and candies. Examples of LE snacks were grapes, apples, bananas and mixed snack salads. The standardized image set can be downloaded from: http://nutritionalneuroscience.isi.uu.nl/index.php/32\r\n",
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        "name": "Two item food choice task",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are presented with a task cue followed by a colored number (1-9 excluding 5 in orange or blue). The task cue indicates whether to respond to the colored number based on parity (odd-even), magnitude (higher-lower than 5) or color (orange-blue).  There are three different tasks, and each task has two task cues that evoke the task action.  For example, the task cue could be either parity or odd-even.  Both of these task cues indicate that the subject should judge the subsequent colored number based on whether it is an odd or even number.  ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-12-08T21:03:56",
        "name": "task switching (3x2)",
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        "definition_text": "A combination of the intradimensional task and extradimensional task. Subjects are presented with two compound stimuli, each composed of a 'line stimulus" and a "shape stimulus". Thus the stimuli are multi-dimensional, in that they are composed of two separable features (line and shape).  There are 8 different “lines”, and 8 different “shapes”.  Subjects are told to choose between the two stimuli, and receive feedback on their choices.  The correct choice depends upon the current target, where the target can take on any one of the 8 “lines” or 8 “shapes”.  The current target shifts after several trials.  This allows for an inter-dimensional shift, where the subject learns the new correct target within the same dimension (old target: “line 1”, new target “line 2”) or for an extra-dimensional shift, where the subject learns the new target outside of the old dimension (old target: “line 1” new target: “shape 2”).",
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        "name": "Inter-dimensional/Extra-dimensional Shift Task",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are presented with three three-dimensional (e.g., color, texture, shape) stimuli. Each dimension has three exemplars so all exemplars are on the screen at any time. One dimension (e.g., color) determines reward, and one exemplar in this dimension (e.g. "red") has a higher probability of reward than the others (75% vs. 25%). If rewarded, the subject earns 1 point (the subject is instructed to maximize points). After 15-25 trials the relevant dimension and higher probability feature is switched. This switch is either signaled to the participant (in most versions so far) or not (in one paper).",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-11-22T18:31:24",
        "name": "Dimensions task",
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        "definition_text": "The probabilistic selection task assesses whether participants learn better from positive or negative reinforcement.  The subject is instructed to choose between abstract stimuli via key press.  The task is composed of two phases.  During the first phase, subjects learn to associate 6 abstract visual stimuli with different reward probabilities (e.g., stim 1= 80%, stim 2 = 70%, stim 3= 60%, stim 4= 40%, stim 5 = 30%, stim 6= 20%).  In phase 1, the various stimuli are always presented in pairs, where the sum of the two reward probabilities associated with each stimuli equal 100%.  For example, stim 1 will always be paired with stim 6 (80%+20%=100%).  Subjects eventually learn that for each pair, choosing one stimuli over the other results in more reward (80%>20%).  The subject is tested on this association in phase two.  During phase two, the subject must decide between novel combinations of stimuli. Each stimuli is presented with the remaining four stimuli that it was not paired with in phase 1.  For example, stim1 (80%) can be paired with either stim2(70%), stim3(60%), stim4(40%), or stim5(30%), but not with itself or with the stimuli it was associated with during phase 1, stim6 (20%). Subjects are instructed to win as many points as possible.  There is no feedback given during the second phase.",
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        "definition_text": "In this task subjects "fish" in rounds trying to accumulate as much money as possible. If they catch a red fish, they earn .05 cents. However, if they catch a blue fish they lose all the money earned on that round. They are able to stop any round at any time to collect that round's earnings into their "tournament bank". There is one blue fish and many red fish. The subjects complete 4 tournaments of 30 rounds each. The tournaments differ in their weather condition: Sunny (subjects can see/know how many red/blue fish are in the pond) and cloudy (subjects cannot see the fish) and release law: catch N Keep (probability of catching a red fish goes down as they are taken out of the pond) and catch N Release (probability stays constant). ",
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        "alias": "ART"
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        "definition_text": "Subjects must choose between sooner but smaller rewards versus larger but later rewards.  This task differs from the preceding Kirby Delay Discounting Task in two ways, 1) the smaller reward will not always be immediate and 2) the reward amounts will be chosen randomly from a uniform distribution of a given interval.  This allows for the estimation of a subjects’ discount rate and for the comparison of different model fits of discounting behavior.",
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        "definition_text": "This task is composed of two conditions: hot and cold, with 27 rounds in each condition. In each round subjects are presented with 32 cards; some are gain cards, some are loss cards. Subjects are told how many points a gain card is worth, how many points a loss card costs, and how many loss cards there are in a round. Each round ends when a loss card is turned. In the cold version subjects choose how many cards they want to turn but don't see the result for the round until the end. In the hot version subjects click and turn each card themselves and sees their earning for that round.  In both conditions, subjects see their final score at the end of 27 rounds. ",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects will be asked to remember a training set of 6 stimuli.  After a delay interval, subjects are probed with a single stimulus. Via key press, subjects will be instructed to give one response if the probe was part of the training set for that trial and a different response if the probe was not part of the training set for that trial.   ",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects will be asked to remember 6 letters presented in a 2x3 matrix. Each trial begins with a central fixation point  followed by the training set of 6 letters to remember, followed by a retention interval.  After the retention interval, subjects are presented with a cue, either TOP or BOT, which instructs the participant to forget the 3 letters presented in the cued location (forget set).  The remaining 3 letters consist of the memory set. ",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects rate 50 items on a five point scale separately for health and for tastiness. A reference item for health and tastiness, rated neutrally previously on both scales, is chosen for each subject. In stage 3 they are first presented with this reference item and told to choose between the other food items and the reference item. Participants are grouped as self-controllers or non-self-controllers depending on whether they choose the items in stage 3 based upon health or taste, respectively. ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-12-08T21:36:42",
        "name": "Dietary Decisions Task",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are told that they have 10 minutes to gain as much money as possible by selling tokens and to adopt any strategy that they prefer.  Each trial begins with a circular token (green or purple) at the center of the screen.  After a random delay, the token turns blue and its value changes from 0 cents to 30 cents.  A white progress bar marks the amount of time the current token had been on the screen, with a maximum length corresponding to 100seconds.  Participants could sell the token at anytime by pressing a key.  Subjects were explicitly instructed that the green and purple tokens might differ in their timing, and to learn the nature of the differences from direct experience.  ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-12-08T21:43:13",
        "name": "Adaptation of marshmellow test",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are presented with a series of paired lottery choices. For example subjects choose between option A that is a lottery that wins $2 with probability 0.1 and $1.6 with probability 0.9 (safe bet) and option B that is a lottery that wins $3.85 with probability 0.1 and $0.1 with probability 0.9 (risky bet). The paired lottery choices are structured so that the crossover point to the high-risk lottery can be used to infer the degree of risk aversion. ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-12-08T21:45:21",
        "name": "Holt and Laury Risk Titrator",
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        "def_id_user": "usr_566738e285cfc",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are presented with three questions.  These questions at first glance are relatively easy and intuitive. However in order to solve the problem correctly, subjects must correctly inhibit the intuitive/impulsive answer.",
        "def_id": "def_56675359bb9ba",
        "event_stamp": "2015-12-08T22:02:01",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2015-12-08T22:02:01",
        "name": "Cognitive Reflection Test",
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        "alias": "CRT"
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        "definition_text": "A task in which stimuli are presented in a continuous stream and participants must detect the presence of an oddball stimulus. The oddball is a stimulus that occurs infrequently relative to all other stimuli, and has distinct characteristics. For this particular implementation, the trains of stimuli are electrical pulses that between high and low intensity after a variable number of repetitions.  For full details see:\r\n\r\nhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1053811915010526",
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        "name": "roving somatosensory oddball task",
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        "alias": "RSOT"
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        "id": "trm_5696a9cfe45b1",
        "creation_time": 1512660599277,
        "definition_text": "A 45-item forced-choice recognition task that uses consonant letters as stimuli and manipulates face difficulty level along 2 dimensions: number of letters to be remembered and number of choices amongst which the target stimulus must be identified.\r\n",
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        "event_stamp": "2016-01-13T19:47:27",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-13T19:47:28",
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        "definition_text": "A psychometric scale that assesses risk taking in five content domains: financial decisions (separately for investing versus gambling), health/safety, recreational, ethical, and social decisions. Respondents rate the likelihood that they would engage in domain-specific risky activities (Part I). An optional Part II assesses respondents’ perceptions of the magnitude of the risks and expected benefits of the activities judged in Part I.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-13T19:56:29",
        "name": "DOSPERT ",
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        "definition_text": "A decision maker chooses between two alternatives, both with a fixed unknown rate of reward.  The subject is instructed to try to gain as much money as possible across all trials. ",
        "def_id": "def_5696b180317b8",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-13T20:20:16",
        "id_concept_class": "",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-13T20:20:16",
        "name": "Volatile Bandit",
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        "alias": ""
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    {
        "id": "trm_5696b316c220a",
        "creation_time": 1512660599348,
        "definition_text": "A task where subjects are told to add by a number and are subsequently instructed to subtract by that number.",
        "def_id": "def_5696b316c86f6",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-13T20:27:02",
        "id_concept_class": "",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-13T20:27:02",
        "name": "Plus-minus",
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        "def_id_user": "usr_566738e285cfc",
        "alias": ""
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        "id": "trm_5696b61ff253e",
        "creation_time": 1512660599370,
        "definition_text": "Subjects are presented with a 3 digit number and are asked to respond which of the digits differ from the other two.",
        "def_id": "def_5696b62033817",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-13T20:39:59",
        "id_concept_class": "",
        "last_updated": 1512660599370,
        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-13T20:40:00",
        "name": "multi-source interference task",
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        "id": "trm_5696bb7166121",
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        "definition_text": "subjects must complete a  battery of four response-selection tasks that were designed to test progressively higher degrees of hierarchically ordered control",
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        "event_stamp": "2016-01-13T21:02:41",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-13T21:02:41",
        "name": "hierarchical rule task",
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        "creation_time": 1512660599417,
        "definition_text": "participants must mentally rearrange a set of three colored balls arranged on pegs, in the fewest possible moves, to match a specified configuration.",
        "def_id": "def_5696bcf1c59f7",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-13T21:09:05",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-13T21:09:05",
        "name": "Tower of London Imagine",
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        "alias": ""
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        "creation_time": 1512660599441,
        "definition_text": "On every trial, subjects are presented with two numbers to multiply.  They can mentally figure out the answer or use pen and paper, but the method must stay constant.",
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        "event_stamp": "2016-01-13T21:33:52",
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        "alias": ""
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        "id": "trm_5696c3fa0061a",
        "creation_time": 1512660599464,
        "definition_text": "Subjects are presented with three objects that differ along three dimensions (color, shape, texture).  At any trial, the relevant dimension gives a higher probability of reward than the other two.  This dimension may shift from trial to trial.",
        "def_id": "def_5696c3fa03b38",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-13T21:39:06",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-13T21:39:06",
        "name": "Shift Task",
        "id_user": "usr_566738e285cfc",
        "def_id_user": "usr_566738e285cfc",
        "alias": ""
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        "creation_time": 1512660599491,
        "definition_text": "Math Computation component of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4",
        "def_id": "def_5696d061bec73",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-13T22:32:01",
        "id_concept_class": "",
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        "name": "WRAT-4 Math Computation",
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        "definition_text": "Word reading component of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4",
        "def_id": "def_5696d0a490b0d",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-13T22:33:08",
        "id_concept_class": "",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-13T22:33:08",
        "name": "WRAT-4 Word Reading",
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        "alias": ""
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        "definition_text": "Vocabulary component of the Penn WebCNP Battery",
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        "definition_text": "A task that asks participants to repeatedly decided how long to keep waiting for future monetary rewards (See Fig. 1a in paper link below). On each trial, the participant views a token that has no initial value but matures to a value of $0.30 after a random delay, and the participant can sell the token at any time to start a new trial and (possibly) maximize earnings. \r\n\r\nhttp://www.nature.com/neuro/journal/v18/n5/full/nn.3994.html",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-16T00:08:15",
        "name": "willingness to wait task",
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        "creation_time": 1512660599586,
        "definition_text": "A task that crosses reward-valence associations with a stop-signal task",
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        "event_stamp": "2016-01-18T23:02:07",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-18T23:02:07",
        "name": "gm Paradigm",
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        "definition_text": "A measure of attention and working memory. In this task, participants are asked to pay attention to fractal designs displayed on the computer screen, one at a time, and to press the spacebar according to one rule: the 2-back. During the 2-back, the participant must press the spacebar whenever the design on the screen is the same as the one displayed before the previous one (i.e. in the series design A, design B, design A, the participant should press the spacebar on or immediately after the second design A . In all trials, the participant has 2500 ms to press the spacebar. The participant practice the 2-Back rule, in which he/she is allowed to make mistakes and then, when he/she completes all practices successfully, the task will begin.",
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        "name": "Penn Fractal N-Back",
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        "definition_text": "A measure of visual attention and vigilance based on the Penn CPT [1]. In this task, a series of red vertical and horizontal lines flash in a digital numeric frame (resembling a digital clock . The task is divided into two types of blocks: one in which the participant must press the spacebar whenever these lines form a complete number, and one in which the participant must press the spacebar whenever these lines form a complete letter. Each block lasts 1.5m. Each stimulus flashes for 300 milliseconds followed by a blank page displayed for 700 milliseconds, giving the participant 1 sec to respond to each trial. The participant practices both types of trials before the task begins.\r\n",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-22T23:14:08",
        "name": "Short Penn Continuous Performance Test-Number and Letter Version",
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        "definition_text": "A measure of abstraction and mental flexibility. It is a multiple choice task in which the participant must conceptualize spatial, design and numerical relations that range in difficulty from very easy to increasingly complex [2]. During the PMAT, the participant must click with the mouse on the square he/she thinks best fits in the missing square of the pattern. There are three types of patterns made up of 2x2, 3x3 and 1x5 arrangements of squares. Each item has five response choices. Each PMAT form has 24 items and 3 bonus items. There are two forms, PMAT24-A and PMAT24-B. The test is arranged in order of increasing difficulty of items and is discontinued after the participant chooses an incorrect response for any five items. The bonus items are selected based on the participant’s performance. There are two forms, PMAT24-A and PMAT24-B. The test is arranged in order of increasing difficulty of items and is discontinued after the participant chooses an incorrect response for any five items.\r\n",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-22T21:58:16",
        "name": "Penn Matrix Reasoning Test",
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        "definition_text": "A measure of delayed face memory. In the first part of this test, participants were shown 20 faces that they were asked to identify for immediate recall (CPF . Now, during the delayed recall (CPFd , participants are shown a series, one at a time, of 40 faces: the 20 study stimuli/faces they were asked to memorize and 20 novel faces, all of which are different from the 20 distracters shown during the CPF. The participants’ task is to decide whether they have seen each face before by clicking one of four buttons, presented in a 4-point scale: “definitely yes”, “probably yes”, “probably no” and “definitely no,” using the mouse. There is one alternate form of the CPFd: the CPFd-b.\r\n",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-22T21:58:58",
        "name": "Penn Facial Memory Test Delayed Memory",
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        "definition_text": "A measure of delayed word memory. In the first part of this test, participants are shown 20 words that they were asked to identify for immediate recall (CPW . Now, during the delayed recall, participants are shown a series, one at a time, of 40 words: the 20 study stimuli they were asked to memorize and 20 novel stimuli, completely different from the 20 distracters showed on the CPW. The participants’ task is to decide whether they have seen the word before by clicking one of four buttons, presented in a 4-point scale: “definitely yes”, “probably yes”, “probably no” and “definitely no,” using the mouse. There is one alternate form of the CPWd: the CPWd-b.\r\n",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2017-08-30T15:44:36",
        "name": "Adult's Penn Word Memory Test Delayed Memory",
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        "definition_text": "A measure of visual object learning and memory. It was designed as a spatial analog of the California Verbal Learning Test. The sVOLT includes only the first set of trials of a series of 7 sets from the full version (VOLT  [1]. In the first part of this test, participants are shown 10 threedimensional Euclidean shapes that they will be asked to identify for both immediate and delayed recalls (delayed recall = sVOLTd . During the immediate recall (sVOLT , participants are shown a series, one at a time, of 20 three-dimensional Euclidean shapes - the 10 shapes they were asked to memorize mixed with 10 novel shapes. The participant’s task is to decide whether he/she has seen the shape before by clicking with the mouse on one of four buttons: “DEFINITELY YES”, “PROBABLY YES”, "PROBABLY NO" and "DEFINITELY NO". (NOTE: The original sVOLT had only two response choices: “YES I have seen the shape” and “NO I have not seen the shape.” . Participants have 20 seconds to select a response before the test moves on to the next trial. There are two forms of the sVOLT: the sVOLT-A and sVOLT-B.\r\n",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-22T22:01:17",
        "name": "Penn Visual Object Learning Test",
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        "alias": "Short VOLT, VOLT, sVOLT"
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        "definition_text": "A measure of emotion recognition. Participants are shown a series of 40 faces, one at a time, and asked to determine what emotion the face is showing for each trial. There are 5 answer choices: Happy, Sad, Angry, Scared and No Feeling. Participants respond to each trial by clicking word describing the emotion each faces expresses using the mouse. There are 4 female faces for each emotion (4 x 5 = 20  and 4 male faces for each emotion (4 x 5 = 20 . The children's version (k-ER40  uses the same stimuli as the adult version, but some of the emotion prompts are simplified: Anger => Angry, Fear=>Scared, No Emotion=>No Feeling. There are two forms of the children’s version: the k-er40-a and k-er40-b.\r\n",
        "def_id": "def_56a2a6ce2e2fb",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-22T22:01:50",
        "name": "Penn Emotion Recognition Task",
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        "definition_text": "Measures the ability to detect emotion intensity. The subject is presented with pairs of faces. The MEDF presents a pair of faces and asks the participant to click the button labeled “This Face” below the face that is showing more emotion (anger, fear, happiness, sadness , or the central button labeled “Equal” if both faces are showing equal emotion. The stimuli are created using software to morph faces into differing intensities of emotion. For example, a 50  morph will be a 50  morph between a neutral face and the same identity expressing the target emotion. There are 36 trials in total, divided into happy, sad, angry, and fearful faces. Of the 36 trials, 4 show no emotional difference. The remaining 32 trials have emotion differentials in increments of 10  ranging from 10  - 60 , distributed more heavily toward 30  and 40  items. Trials are presented in random order, and the test is a forced-choice task with no time limit per trial. After the subject answers one trial, the test automatically moves to the next trial. Response time is recorded for each trial.\r\n",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-22T22:03:54",
        "name": "Measured Emotion Differentiation Test",
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        "def_id_user": "usr_569fc42c3002f",
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        "creation_time": 1512660599872,
        "definition_text": "A measure of verbal intellectual ability. It is a short version of the Penn Verbal Reasoning Test (PVRT  [1, 2]. It is a multiple-choice task in which the participant must answer age-appropriate verbal analogy problems [2]. The shortPVRT has a total of 8 questions from the regular PVRT, which has 29 questions. The 8 questions were chosen after a statistical analysis of the PVRT, which demonstrated that these 8 questions could predict the scores of the regular 29- questions PVRT. There is a one alternate form for the shortPVRT: the shortPVRT-B.\r\n",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-22T22:04:37",
        "name": "Penn’s Logical Reasoning Test",
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        "definition_text": "A measure for balance.\r\n\r\nInstructions:\r\nI want to see how well you can balance doing different things with your feet.  I don’t want you to fall, however, so if you feel as if you are going to fall, please step off the line and use  the wall for support.  If at any time you feel that you can’t do these balance tests, please tell me and we will stop.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-22T22:10:31",
        "name": "Ataxia",
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        "definition_text": "The delayed memory portion of the sVOLT tasj. \r\n\r\nIn the first part of this test, participants were shown 10 three-dimensional Euclidean shapes that they were asked to identify for immediate recall (sVOLT . Now, during the delayed recall (sVOLTd , participants are shown a series, one at a time, of 20 three-dimensional Euclidean shapes - the 10 shapes they were asked to memorize during the SVOLT mixed with 10 novel shapes. The participant’s task is to decide whether he/she has seen the shape before by clicking with the mouse on one of four buttons: “DEFINITELY YES”, “PROBABLY YES”, "PROBABLY NO" and "DEFINITELY NO". (NOTE: The original sVOLT had only two response choices: “YES I have seen the shape” and “NO I have not seen the shape.” . Participants have 20 seconds to select a response before the test moves on to the next trial. There are two forms of the sVOLTd: the sVOLTd-A and sVOLTd-B.\r\n",
        "def_id": "def_56a2a98787db9",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-22T22:13:27",
        "id_concept_class": "",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-22T22:13:27",
        "name": "Penn Visual Object Learning Test Delayed Memory",
        "id_user": "usr_569fc42c3002f",
        "def_id_user": "usr_569fc42c3002f",
        "alias": "sVOLTd, Short VOLT delay, VOLTd, sVOLTd"
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        "id": "trm_56a2abffcfae3",
        "creation_time": 1512660599977,
        "definition_text": "A measure of sensorimotor ability. Also, it was designed to familiarize the participant with the computer mouse used during most of the WebCNP tasks. During the MPraxis, the participant needs to move the computer mouse cursor over an ever-shrinking green box and click on it once each time it appears on a different location on the test-page. If participants can’t complete the MPraxis, it is likely they won’t be able to complete any other WebCNP task.\r\n",
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        "event_stamp": "2016-01-22T22:23:59",
        "id_concept_class": "",
        "last_updated": 1512660599977,
        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-22T22:23:59",
        "name": "Penn Motor Praxis",
        "id_user": "usr_569fc42c3002f",
        "def_id_user": "usr_569fc42c3002f",
        "alias": "Mpraxis, Mouse Practice"
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        "creation_time": 1512660600004,
        "definition_text": "This stop signal paradigm focuses on stimulus selective stopping, in which subjects stop to one signal and ignore another.\r\n\r\nhttp://psycnet.apa.org/journals/xge/143/1/455/",
        "def_id": "def_56a91984969ea",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-27T18:53:51",
        "id_concept_class": "",
        "last_updated": 1512660600004,
        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-27T19:24:52",
        "name": "stimulus selective stop signal task",
        "id_user": "usr_51bc76ae9636c",
        "def_id_user": "usr_51bc76ae9636c",
        "alias": ""
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        "id": "trm_56a9137d9dce1",
        "creation_time": 1512660600043,
        "definition_text": "A questoinnaire that gets at motivational that systems underlie behavior. A behavioral approach system (BAS) is believed to regulate appetitive motives, in which the goal is to move toward something desired. A behavioral avoidance (or inhibition) system (BIS) is said to regulate aversive motives, in which the goal is to move away from something unpleasant.  \r\n\r\nhttp://www.psy.miami.edu/faculty/ccarver/sclBISBAS.html",
        "def_id": "def_56a913ab10216",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-27T18:59:09",
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        "last_updated": 1512660600043,
        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-27T18:59:55",
        "name": "behavioral approach/inhibition systems",
        "id_user": "usr_51bc76ae9636c",
        "def_id_user": "usr_51bc76ae9636c",
        "alias": "BIS/BAS,BIS,BAS,BIS-BAS"
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        "creation_time": 1512660600070,
        "definition_text": "A 15-item scale that attempts to measure "good self control" using a likert scale (1-5)\r\n\r\nhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15016066 ",
        "def_id": "def_56bbe63856a7d",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-27T19:06:46",
        "id_concept_class": "",
        "last_updated": 1512660600070,
        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T01:39:04",
        "name": "brief self control scale",
        "id_user": "usr_51bc76ae9636c",
        "def_id_user": "usr_566738e285cfc",
        "alias": "BSCS"
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        "creation_time": 1512660600095,
        "definition_text": "This questionnaire assesses an individuals’ perception of how much time they have left to live.  Subjects will be presented with 10 items, which they must rate on a scale (1-5) how much they agree with the statement.  \r\n\r\nFTP: Carsten-Lang Future Time Perspective Questionnaire (FTP)\r\nhttp://psych.stanford.edu/~lifespan/doc/FTP_English.pdf",
        "def_id": "def_56bbeb7aa68ba",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-27T19:09:50",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T02:01:30",
        "name": "future time perspective questionnaire",
        "id_user": "usr_51bc76ae9636c",
        "def_id_user": "usr_566738e285cfc",
        "alias": "FTP"
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        "creation_time": 1512660600120,
        "definition_text": "This is a brief self-report and informant-report version of the Grit Scale, which measures trait-level perseverance and passion for long-term goals.\r\n\r\nhttp://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00223890802634290",
        "def_id": "def_56a916643c9e1",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-27T19:11:32",
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        "last_updated": 1512660600120,
        "def_event_stamp": "2016-01-27T19:11:32",
        "name": "duckworth's short grit scale",
        "id_user": "usr_51bc76ae9636c",
        "def_id_user": "usr_51bc76ae9636c",
        "alias": "GRIT-S"
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        "creation_time": 1512660600146,
        "definition_text": "This 10-item questionnaire was designed to assess an individuals’ general personality using a reduced version of the Big-Five personality dimensions (openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism).  Subjects must respond to each question using a scale (1-7) where 1=strongly disagree, and 7=strongly agree.  \r\n\r\nhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092656603000461",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T01:55:40",
        "name": "ten item personality questionnaire",
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        "alias": ""
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        "id": "trm_56a91a3082c31",
        "creation_time": 1512660600171,
        "definition_text": "This scale assesses an individuals’ perception on the availability of mental exertion, whether or not it is a limited or unlimited resource.  Subjects are presented with 8 items, which they must rate on a scale (1-6) how much they agree with the statement.\r\n\r\nhttp://pss.sagepub.com/content/early/2010/09/28/0956797610384745.full#sec-22",
        "def_id": "def_56bbeafd1ec73",
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        "last_updated": 1512660600171,
        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T01:59:25",
        "name": "theories of willpower scale",
        "id_user": "usr_51bc76ae9636c",
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        "creation_time": 1512660600195,
        "definition_text": "The UPPS+P assesses impulsivity across five facets: 1) premeditation, 2) positive urgency, 3) negative urgency, 4) perseverance, and 5) sensation-seeking.  Subjects must answer 59 questions (~11 questions each domain). \r\n\r\nhttp://www1.psych.purdue.edu/~dlynam/upps+p.doc",
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        "last_updated": 1512660600195,
        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T02:11:02",
        "name": "UPPS-P Impulsivity Scale",
        "id_user": "usr_51bc76ae9636c",
        "def_id_user": "usr_566738e285cfc",
        "alias": "UPPS-P"
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        "id": "trm_56a91e3e982f9",
        "creation_time": 1512660600223,
        "definition_text": "This questionnaire assesses an individuals’ score on impulsivity, venturesomeness, and empathy.  Subjects are presented with 54 yes or no questions regarding the three above stated behavioral characteristics.\r\n\r\nhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/019188698590011X",
        "def_id": "def_56bbede25475e",
        "event_stamp": "2016-01-27T19:45:02",
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        "last_updated": 1512660600223,
        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T02:11:46",
        "name": "I7 impulsiveness and venturesomeness questionnaire",
        "id_user": "usr_51bc76ae9636c",
        "def_id_user": "usr_566738e285cfc",
        "alias": "I7, I-7"
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        "creation_time": 1512660600247,
        "definition_text": "A 56-item questionnaire that measures attitude towards time perspective across five domains: past-negative, present-hedonistic, future, past-positive, and present-fatalistic.\r\n\r\nZTPI: Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory\r\nhttp://psycnet.apa.org/journals/psp/77/6/1271.pdf",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects will be presented with a 63-item questionnaire answerable through a Likert Scale (1=strongly disagree, 5=strongly agree).  These questions are designed to assess an individuals generalized ability to regulate behavior according to the seven-step model of self-regulation as proposed by Miller & Brown (1991).  These seven steps include: receiving, evaluating, triggering, searching, formulating, implanting, and assessment. \r\n\r\n\r\nA Follow-Up Psychometric Analysis of the Self-Regulation Questionnaire\r\nhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2431129/",
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        "definition_text": "The TSRQ determines the underlying motivational system used by individuals to regulate behavior.  According to the Self-Determination theory, motivation ranges from least to most self-determined, starting with 1) amotivation, 2) external, 3) introjected, 4) identified, and 5) integrated and intrinsic.  The TSRQ is a 15-item questionnaire, where each item is a reason for changing or engaging in a health behavior.  Subjects must respond to each question using a scale (1-7) where 1=not at all true, and 7=very true. ",
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        "definition_text": "On each trial, participants have to direct their attention to either a face or a house within a visual compound stimulus and judge the age of the shown example. Participants are instructed to determine whether to attend to face or house as follows: The category on the first trial of each block is instructed. Then, the category remained the same as long as the ages of the images in that category remained the same. If the age changed between trials, the participant should switch attention to the other category on the following trial. Finally, we told participants that no age comparison was required on the first trial after a switch.",
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        "definition_text": "3 factor eating questionnaire: cognitive restraint (CR), uncontrolled eating (UE), and emotional eating",
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        "definition_text": "This questionnaire is a list of 34 forced choice questions designed to assess an individuals’ optimal level of stimulation.  Sample questions include: I would like to have a job which would require a lot of traveling (choice a) or I would prefer to have a job in one location (choice b).\r\n\r\nFour factors below:\r\nThrill and adventure seeking (TAS)\r\nExperience seeking (ES)\r\nDisinhibition (DIS)\r\nBoredom susceptibility (BS)",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T01:47:03",
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        "definition_text": "The SOC questionnaire assesses an individuals’ developmental regulation across three processes: 1) Selection, 2) optimization, and 3) compensation.  Subjects will be presented with 48 items (3 above + loss-based selection, 12 items each category) in which they must make a choice between an action corresponding to SOC behavior and an answer that is a distractor (reasonable alternative action not corresponding to SOC behavior).  ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T01:44:44",
        "name": "Selection-Optimization-Compensation (SOC) questionnaire ",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are presented with 6 statements regarding levels of physical activity.  Subjects must read all 6 statements and choose which statement best characterizes their physical behavior.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T01:17:29",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are presented with vignettes describing either moral dilemmas or non-moral (control) situations.  Each vignette is associated with a question requiring a yes/no answer, and the subject responds with a button press.",
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        "definition_text": "Similar to the traditional Stop Signal task except subjects stop to one "stop signal" (e.g., the imperative go stimulus turning blue) but not to another, similar "ignore signal" (e.g., the imperative go stimulus turning orange)",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T01:30:56",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are given the default instruction of viewing a negative image. They have the option to press a button and switch their instructions to "distract" or "reappraise." Electing to press the button and following those instructions will allow subjects to decrease the negative affect they are likely to be experiencing. However, to choose to distract or reappraise, subjects will have to proactively override their (inferior) default state of viewing, which requires monitoring and attention. ",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T01:57:22",
        "name": "Emotion Regulation Task",
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        "definition_text": "The ERQ is a 10-item questionnaire designed to assess an individual’s strategy for coping with emotions, either reappraisal or suppression.  Subjects must respond to each question using a scale (1-7) where 1=strongly disagree, and 7=strongly agree.",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T01:58:41",
        "name": "Emotion Regulation Questionnaire",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects must choose between smaller immediate monetary rewards or larger delayed rewards.  There are 27 total items divided into three groups depending on the size of the larger reward (small, medium, large).",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-02-11T02:14:45",
        "name": "Kirby Delay Discounting Task",
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        "definition_text": "participants listen to a sentence and must select from several images the one that correspond to the sentence",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-07-27T14:09:12",
        "name": "Birkbeck Reversible Sentence Comprehension Test",
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        "definition_text": "The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) was designed as a rapid screening instrument for mild cognitive dysfunction. It assesses different cognitive domains: attention and concentration, executive functions, memory, language, visuoconstructional skills, conceptual thinking, calculations, and orientation. Time to administer the MoCA is approximately 10 minutes. The total possible score is 30 points; a score of 26 or above is considered normal. Participants with 12 years of education or less are awarded an extra point.",
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        "definition_text": "The participant is given verbal instructions such as "make a fist" or "point to the ceiling". Execution of the command is scored as correct. The commands may be simple or complex (for example having multiple steps).",
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        "definition_text": "The participant is given a sheet of paper and a long envelope. The participant is instructed to pretend to send the letter to himself or herself. The participant is told to put the paper into the envelope, seal it, address it to himself or herself, and stamp it. If the participant forgets part of the task, reinstruction is given. Impairment on this item should reflect dysfunction in executing an overlearned task only and not recall difficulty. The five components to this task are 1) fold letter, 2) put letter in envelope, 3) seal envelope, 4) address envelope, 5) put stamp on envelope.",
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        "definition_text": "The participant is asked to draw a clock showing a specific time. The task is scored based on the number of features correctly drawn.",
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        "definition_text": "The participant is asked questions to test their orientation in time and place. These include questions about the date, day of the week, season, name of current hospital and name of city.",
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        "definition_text": "The NART was specifically designed to provide a means of estimating the premorbid intelligence levels of adult patients suspected of suffering from intellectual deterioration.\r\nThe NART comprises a list of 50 words printed in order of increasing difficulty. The words are relatively short in order to avoid the possible adverse effects of stimulus complexity on the reading of dementing subjects, and they are all 'irregular' with respect to the common rules of pronunciation in order to minimise the possibility of reading by phonemic decoding rather than word recognition.\r\nThe subject reads aloud down the list of words and the number of errors made is recorded. WAIS Verbal, Performance and Full-Scale IQs can be predicted from this reading error score by inserting it into the appropriate formulae.\r\n(Hazel E. Nelson, 1982)",
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        "definition_text": "The NART was specifically designed to provide a means of estimating the premorbid intelligence levels of adult patients suspected of suffering from intellectual deterioration.\r\nThe NART-R is a revision of the NART comprising 61 words with irregular pronunciations in North American English. It was standardized on participants from the USA and Canada.",
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        "definition_text": "The NART was specifically designed to provide a means of estimating the premorbid intelligence levels of adult patients suspected of suffering from intellectual deterioration.\r\nThe AMNART was developed for use in the USA. Words particular to British English were replaced and predicted IQ was re-standardised.",
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        "definition_text": "None",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-08-26T22:17:57",
        "name": "Chapman Infrequency Scale",
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        "definition_text": "assesses psychotic-like experiences such as bodily discontinuities and unusual scenery experiences (e.g., “I have felt that something outside my body was a part of my body”). (from http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ssw/projects/pmap/docs/chmielewski_chapman.pdf)",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-08-26T22:23:02",
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        "definition_text": "assesses deficits in the ability to experience pleasure from non physical stimuli such as other people, talking, exchanging expressions of feelings (e.g., “A car ride is much more enjoyable if someone is with me.”). (from http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ssw/projects/pmap/docs/chmielewski_chapman.pdf)",
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        "def_event_stamp": "2016-08-26T22:24:06",
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        "definition_text": "assesses a self-reported deficit in the ability to experience pleasure from typically pleasurable physical stimuli such as food, sex, and settings e.g., “Beautiful scenery has been a great delight to me.”). (from http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ssw/projects/pmap/docs/chmielewski_chapman.pdf)",
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        "def_id": "def_57c0c34e91ca9",
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        "definition_text": "In the 'false belief' condition of this task, subjects read a short vignette about a character, and then are asked to respond with 'True' or 'False' to a question that requires inferring the character's beliefs. A sample false-belief trial might be:\r\n\r\nVIGNETTE: The Garcia family goes to a Red Sox baseball game. They leave early, when the Red Sox are up 5-1, and take the train home. While they are on the train, the game finishes with the Red Sox down 5-6.  \r\nTRUE/FALSE QUESTION: When the Garcia family get off the train, they believe that the Red Sox have lost the game.\r\n\r\nIn the control or 'photo' condition, subjects read a short vignette about an image, and then are asked to respond with 'True' or 'False' to a question that requires inferring the nature of the image. A sample photo trial might be:\r\n\r\nVIGNETTE: In 1856, when a painter depicted the river in an oil painting that now hangs in the Metropolitan Museum, many trees grew along the riverbank. In 1913, the trees were cut down and replaced with bushes.\r\nTRUE/FALSE QUESTION: In the painting, there are bushes lining the riverbank.\r\n\r\nIn fMRI paradigms, the contrast 'false belief' > 'photo' is used to isolate neural activation associated with Theory of Mind.",
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        "definition_text": "The subject views a flashing checkerboard with a vertical elongated shape. As a simplified retinotopic mapping procedure., this provides a rough definition of the boundary between some visual areas, e.g. V1 and V2. This is often contrasted with horizontal checkerboards.",
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        "definition_text": "The subject views a flashing checkerboard with a horizontal elongated shape. As a simplified retinotopic mapping procedure, this provides a rough definition of the boundary between some visual areas, e.g. V2 and V3. This is often used in conjunction and contrasted with vertical checkerboards. ",
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        "definition_text": "State whether a given hand image is a palm or back image",
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        "definition_text": "\tFunctional localizer to map various large-scale functional cognitive networks. These are the various contrasts obtained by opposing the simple tasks as defined in [Pinel 2007 "Fast reproducible identification and large-scale databasing of individual functional cognitive networks"]. This standard localizer is a simple and fast acquisition procedure based on a 5-minute functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) sequence that can be run as easily and as systematically as an anatomical scan. This protocol captures the cerebral bases of auditory and visual perception, motor actions, reading, language comprehension and mental calculation.",
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        "definition_text": "This task examined cognitive functions involved on spatial mapping. The paradigm consisted in four categories of blocks. Each block was formed by a set of short events, in which visual instructions related to one or two conditions of the same kind were displayed. These four categories of blocks were characterized as follows: \r\n(1) saccade, in which ocular movements were performed according to the displacement of a fixation cross from the center towards peripheral points in the image displayed; \r\n(2) mimicry of object grasping with right hand, in which the corresponding object was displayed on the screen; \r\n(3) mimic orientation of rhombus, displayed as image background on the screen\r\nTasks of conditions  (2) and (3) were featured by the same visual stimuli in order to capture grasping-specific activity, using\r\nright hand along with fingers; \r\n(4) mental judgement on the left-right direction of a hand displayed as visual stimulus; and\r\n(5) mental judgement on the palmar-dorsal direction of a hand displayed as visual stimulus. \r\nThe first three aforementioned conditions contained one active condition. In contrast, the forth and fifth blocks included two active conditions, referring each one to the relative directions of the hand represented.",
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        "definition_text": "This task tackles cognitive functions implicated on social cognition, namely mental abilities linked to the *theory of mind* or social interplay. There are three categories of blocks constituted by a set of events related to specific conditions. Each block integrates two conditions of the same kind. They can be described as follows: \r\n1. mechanistic audio: interpret short stories (presented as auditory stimuli) through mental reply (no active response was involved), featuring a cause-consequence plot;\r\n2. mechanistic video: interpret short stories (presented as visual stimuli) through mental reply (no active response was\r\n  involved), featuring a cause-consequence plot;\r\n3 triangle mental: watch short movies of triangles, which\r\n  exhibit a putative movement;\r\n4 triangle random: watch short movies of triangles, which\r\n  exhibit a random movement;\r\n5 false belief audio: interpret short stories (presented as auditory stimuli) through mental reply (no active response was involved), featuring a false-belief plot;\r\n6 false belief video: interpret short stories (presented as visual stimuli) through mental reply (no active response was involved), featuring  a false-belief plot;\r\n7 speech sound: listen passively to short samples of human voices;\r\n8 non speech sound: listen passively to short samples of natural sounds.",
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        "definition_text": "This is an emotional paradigm that include facial judgements of gender, trustworthiness and expression based on face photographs or photographs reduced to the eyes. More precisely, the following conditions were presented:\r\n1 face gender: gender evaluation of the presented human faces;\r\n2 face control: mental assessment on the slope of a gray-scale grid image that may be tilted or not;\r\n3 face trusty: trustworthy evaluation of the presented human faces;\r\n4 expression intention: trustworthy evaluation of the presented human eye images;\r\n5 expression gender: gender evaluation of the presented human eye images;\r\n6 expression control: mental assessment on the slope of a gray-scale grid image that may be tilted or not.",
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        "definition_text": "This is a language mapping task designed for fMRI, in which subjects are presented sequences of 10-items in rapid serial visual presentation. These sequences can be\r\n1. A sentence with complex syntactic structure\r\n2. A sentence with simple syntactic structure\r\n3. A list of words\r\n4. A sentence of jabberwocky\r\n5. A list of pseudo-words (from the same distribution as jabberwocky)\r\n6. Consonant strings\r\nA probe is then presented and the subject has to respond whether it was one of 10 items of the previously presented sequence.\r\nEach trial lasts 10 seconds.\r\nContrasts between these conditions can be used to probe syntactic-specific or semantic-specific responses.",
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        "name": "synatcting and semantic fMRI task paradigm",
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        "definition_text": "Participants view images of virtual models dressed in underclothing or swimwear. Upon viewing each image, they are instructed to 'Imagine that someone is comparing your body to the body of the woman/man you see in the picture. That is, imagine someone is saying "your body looks like hers/his."' Participants view images from their own sex only.\r\n\r\nFor more details, see: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0191886910000735",
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        "name": "body image self-reflection task",
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        "definition_text": "In this task, liquid flavors or tastes are orally presented in quantities of one to several milliliters. Oral stimuli are presented by using a gusto-meter consisting of a pump mechanism, tubes and a mouthpiece attached to the MRI head coil. Usually, visual and/or auditory cues are used to provide instructions and/or cues to participants. These may include but are not limited to when to expect oral stimulation and when to swallow. Trials usually last up to 30 seconds and include an oral stimulus of interest, a behavioral response from the participant, and a rinsing procedure to rinse the palate. \r\n\r\nReferences:\r\nSee e.g.,\r\nDalenberg, J. R., Hoogeveen, H. R., Renken, R. J., Langers, D. R. M., & ter Horst, G. J. (2015). Functional specialization of the male insula during taste perception. NeuroImage, 119, 210–220. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.06.062\r\nMarciani, L., Pfeiffer, J. C., Hort, J., Head, K., Bush, D., Taylor, A. J., … Gowland, P. A. (2006). Improved methods for fMRI studies of combined taste and aroma stimuli. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 158, 186–194. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jneumeth.2006.05.035\r\nVeldhuizen, M. G., Bender, G., Constable, R. T., & Small, D. M. (2007). Trying to detect taste in a tasteless solution: modulation of early gustatory cortex by attention to taste. Chemical Senses, 32(6), 569–81. https://doi.org/10.1093/chemse/bjm025\r\n",
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        "definition_text": "Participants passively view point-light displays of either coherent human biological motion or scrambled versions of those same displays.",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects study sets of real-world routes. For each subject, the set of routes includes (a) pairs that share a common path before diverging to terminate at distinct destinations (‘overlapping routes’) and (b) pairs with no paths in common (‘non-overlapping routes’) Importantly, each route contributes to both conditions. For example, ‘route 1’ and ‘route 2’ are overlapping routes, but ‘route 1’ and ‘route 3’ are non-overlapping routes. Each route contains an initial segment that is shared with another route , and a later segment, including the destination, that is route-specific. Although the real-world spatial locations of the overlapping segments are identical, the pictures for each route are taken at different times and therefore differ subtly in terms of pedestrians, vehicles, etc. Routes are studied twice per round for 14 rounds. Subjects are instructed to learn each route (i.e., the specific path to each destination) but are not told the destination at the start of the route. After each study round, subjects are shown individual pictures drawn from the routes and are asked to select the destination associated with each picture. Of central interest is accuracy for pictures drawn from Segment 1 of each route because selecting the correct destination for these pictures requires discriminating between overlapping routes. \r\n\r\nFor more details, see: http://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2017/01/10/099226",
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        "definition_text": "The revised Social Norm Processing Task (SNPT-R) is a paradigm enabling the study of behavioral and neural responses to intended and unintended social norm violations, among both adults and adolescence (Bas-Hoogendam et al., under review). ",
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        "definition_text": "The Yellow Light Game (YLG) is a computerized driving simulation task that was modified from the Stoplight Task (Gardner & Steinberg, 2005; Chein et al., 2011). Similar to the Stoplight Task, each run in the YLG involves participants driving on a straight road with 20 intersections, each controlled by a traffic light. Participants are instructed that the goal of the game is to get the fastest time. At each intersection, when the traffic light turns yellow, participants choose to either continue through the intersection (Go decision), or to stop the car (Stop decision); they are not able to accelerate or steer. Participants are instructed that Go decisions would result in the fastest time, unless another car is present on the cross street, in which case the participant would crash. Crashes double the time spent at an intersection compared to if the participant had decided to stop. Therefore, Go decisions are considered ‘risky’, whereas Stop decisions are considered ‘safe’. Upon completion of a run, participants are presented with their completion time and the number of crashes during that run.\r\n\r\nA unique feature of the YLG is that there are three different types of intersections, which vary based on the timing of yellow light onset and the presence or absence of a car on the cross street. Some intersections have a 75% probability of crashing, others have a 25% probability of crashing, and the remaining intersections have a 50% probability of crashing. To prevent the task from promoting risk taking overall, the cumulative probability of crashing is set to 50% (i.e., 10 out of the 20 intersections have cars approaching on the cross street, resulting in a crash if the participant made a Go decision). This task feature is not explicitly communicated to participants, although participants have the opportunity to implicitly learn this information based on the differential timing of the yellow light onsets associated with each type of intersection. That is, intersections at which the light turns yellow earlier (i.e., when the participant was further away from the intersection) signal a greater crash probability. By including the different types of intersections, we are able to distinguish between adaptive and maladaptive risk taking, without promoting risk taking overall, as the cumulative probability of crashing is 50%. For more information about and access to the task, please visit: https://dsn.uoregon.edu/research/yellow-light-game/. ",
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        "definition_text": "Subjects are presented with a sequence of stimuli whose order is determined by a walk (e.g., Random, Eulerian, Hamiltonian) over an underlying network.",
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        "definition_text": "This task is intended to stimulate both primary visual and motor cortices.\r\nDuring this task, subjects are instructed to tap their fingers (right-hand, left-hand or bilateral) on a visual cue, in the form of a black-and-white, flashing checkerboard, that appears on the screen. A fixation cross may also appear at the center of the screen to help subjects maintain their gaze.",
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        "definition_text": "The participant has to judge which one from two events taken from a fictitious story took place first. \r\nFor this, the participant, need to be aware of the story.\r\nThis task probes mental Time Travel abilities.\r\n\r\nA variant of this task consists in ordering the events in space (North/south, East/West). ",
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        "definition_text": "The episodic recombination paradigm (Addis et al., 2009) was designed to study episodic simulations (remembering past events, or imagining novel future events). In this paradigm, participants first provide a set of autobiographical memories, each comprised of a set of details, e.g., a person, place, and object. They later return for a separate session in which they are cued to recall some of these episodes. For the imagination trials, details concerning person, place, and object are experimentally recombined across events, and participants are asked to imagine an event that might occur in the future involving the recombined set of details. Participants press a button once they have constructed the past or future event and after that continue to simulate the event, generating as much detail as possible. This is typically followed by ratings of phenomenological characteristics of the simulated events, e.g., detail or difficulty. \r\n\r\n(description adapted from Addis et al., 2010)",
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        "definition_text": "The EAT is a modified Go/No-Go response inhibition paradigm providing behavioral and neural indices of both error awareness and inhibitory control. Participants are shown color words (e.g., red, blue, green) printed in congruent or incongruent fonts (as in a Stroop task) such that most stimuli are congruent (80%; e.g., the word “BLUE” in blue font). Congruent stimuli are Go trials requiring a button-press response (eg., button 1). In contrast, participants are to withhold button-presses when either the same color word is repeated on two successive trials (No-Go Rule-1) or an incongruent stimulus is presented (e.g., the word “BLUE” in red font; No-Go Rule-2). Continuously monitoring both No-Go rules is difficult and participants are predisposed to monitor for REPEAT (Rule-1) more so than INCONGRUENT trials (Rule-2). This leads to a sufficient number of errors (~45%), a portion of which remain undetected by participants (~10-20%). The task begins with words presented for 900ms followed by a 600ms inter-stimulus interval (ISI). To equate task performance across groups and maintain overall errors at ~45%, task difficulty dynamically adapts based on individual performance by varying the stimulus presentation and ISI durations. Participants indicate “error awareness” by pressing a separate 'error signaling button' (e.g., button 2) on the trial following a commission error.",
        "name": "error awareness task"
    },
    {
        "last_updated": 1527727578652,
        "id": "tsk_ec4xbqynlG1uR",
        "creation_time": 1527727578652,
        "definition_text": "This task assesses how participants emotion ratings can be influenced by others. In the first session, participants are presented with images of people in negative contexts. They are asked to imagine that they are the person in the picture and indicate, on a scale from 1 (Neutral) to 10 (Very Negative), how they feel. This part of the task is self-paced. Approximately one week later, participants come back to the lab and are shown how other people (for example, ingroup and outgroup members) rated the same images (sometimes no group feedback is presented). After each feedback presentation, participants are asked to rate the images once more. In reality, group ratings are experimentally manipulated based on the participants’ initial ratings during the behavioral session. Participants are shown ratings that are higher (+2, +3, +4) and lower (-2, -3, -4) than their initial scores with an equal distribution of higher/lower scores.",
        "name": "Social influence on emotion task"
    },
    {
        "last_updated": 1528250759316,
        "id": "tsk_PNUOMlNOAajsT",
        "creation_time": 1528250759316,
        "definition_text": "Subjects must compare pairs of letters regarding exact physical identity, name identity, or categorical identity by pressing one of two response keys. These three different instructions require increasing depth of processing stimulus information which is reflected by differences in response latency. ",
        "name": "letter matching task"
    },
    {
        "last_updated": 1528259841977,
        "id": "tsk_o32s7ULZu8ATo",
        "creation_time": 1528259841977,
        "definition_text": "Subjects must find a pathway within a grid from a cell A to a cell B. Typically, the path starts in the upper left corner and end in the lower right corner. After successfully exploring a grid by trial and error, the task repeats with the same hidden path and subjects have to reconstruct the previously explored path. The task is considered to have a a strong learning and planning component and as such measures executive functions.",
        "name": "Hidden Path Learning Task"
    },
    {
        "last_updated": 1528260009743,
        "id": "tsk_eDRFWNl1ktVsf",
        "creation_time": 1528260009743,
        "definition_text": "A compensatory tracking task is a task that assesses eye–hand coordination, in which a user is operating a display that has an indicator and a zero point using a joystick, computer mouse, trackball, or other controlling device. The user must try to keep the indicator within the zero point while the indicator is being acted upon by outside forces.",
        "name": "Compensatory Tracking Task"
    },
    {
        "last_updated": 1528260430186,
        "id": "tsk_GdteOhkqZJLYg",
        "creation_time": 1528260430186,
        "definition_text": "A pursuit tracking task is a task that assesses eye–hand coordination, in which a user is operating a display that has an indicator controlled by a computer mouse, trackball, or other controlling device. The user must try to keep the indicator on a moving trail or road with or without preview. ",
        "name": "Pursuit Tracking Task"
    },
    {
        "last_updated": 1528260765860,
        "id": "tsk_zaClbCwuCeWt2",
        "creation_time": 1528260765860,
        "definition_text": "In a continuous tapping task, subjects must tap as quick as possible one key for a one minute test period. You can introduce different treatments by instruction, e.g. comfortable speed vs max speed, dominant vs non-dominant hand",
        "name": "Continuous Tapping Task"
    },
    {
        "last_updated": 1528846579518,
        "id": "tsk_xFpgex9zOvlOu",
        "creation_time": 1528846579518,
        "definition_text": "In this task, participant play lotteries with gain and loss blocks. On gain trials they either win $1 or $0. On loss trials they either lose $1 or $0. The probability of winning or losing varies from trial to trial from 0.1 to 0.9 and is explicitly displayed in the form of a pie chart. The participants' task is to indicate whether they would like to reveal the outcome of the lottery or not, by selecting between two offers, each representing a different probability of having the outcome revealed. Whether they receive information about the outcome of the lottery or not is non-instrumental because the outcome of all lotteries are added to the participant's final payment, regardless of whether information was obtained. Therefore, information about the outcome of each lottery had no bearing on participants' actual earnings.\r\nAfter selecting the offer (high or low probability of receiving information), participants are presented with a green knowledge cue, indicating that the outcome of the lottery is about to be shown to them ('WIN', 'ZERO' or 'LOSS'), or with a red ignorance cue, indicating that a non-informative outcome cue would follow ('XXXX'). Color associations are counterbalanced across participants.",
        "name": "Non-instrumental information seeking task"
    },
    {
        "last_updated": 1528868375040,
        "id": "tsk_ZMTNk4Oce5b2j",
        "creation_time": 1528868375040,
        "definition_text": "Originally developed by Mednick (Mednick SA. 1968. Remote associates test. J Creat Behav.<br>2:213–214), the Remote Associates Test (RAT) asks examinees to look at 3 words, which are not obviously related by a single concept, and generate a 4th word that is related to all 3.  An example: putting, bean, envy are the stimulus words, and a correct answer is \"green\".<br><br>From Wikipedia: <br>The Remote Associates Test (RAT) is a creativity test used to determine a human's creative potential. The test typically lasts forty minutes and consists of thirty to forty questions each of which consists of three common stimulus words that appear to be unrelated. The person being tested must think of a fourth word that is somehow related to each of the first three words.[1] Scores are calculated based on the number of correct questions.<br><br>",
        "name": "Remote Associates Test"
    },
    {
        "last_updated": 1530434096641,
        "id": "tsk_zcuAj6VrsFmfV",
        "creation_time": 1530434096641,
        "definition_text": "This task is to measure how a participant's evaluation about a current partner's artwork is biased by the social feedback (regarding one's won artwork) from the current partner and previous partners. This task is for measuring self-protective motivation when receiving constant social evaluations. See Yoon et al (2018) https://rdcu.be/35Tm",
        "name": "Reciprocal Artwork Evaluation Task"
    },
    {
        "last_updated": 1533223662923,
        "id": "tsk_VokAidevRX1Vs",
        "creation_time": 1533223662923,
        "definition_text": "Decision making task in which participants compare an offer with a set of alternatives with varying values and probabilities. Participants are given variable 'search horizons' i.e. attempts to get a new offer from the set of alternatives. In order to make optimal decisions participants need to reason prospectively, i.e. take into account future states. In other words, they need to plan a potential sequence of decisions. ",
        "name": "prospective sequential decision making task"
    },
    {
        "last_updated": 1537997350825,
        "id": "tsk_rjSJbUa5Jk2Mb",
        "creation_time": 1537997350825,
        "definition_text": "A task in which subjects view food images without specific instructions on image evaluation. Measures visual food cue reactivity.",
        "name": "Food viewing (passive)"
    },
    {
        "last_updated": 1539691058532,
        "id": "tsk_mFS3uwUMAhXxe",
        "creation_time": 1539691058532,
        "definition_text": "A memory encoding task measures memory encoding mechanisms via multiple sensory modalities.",
        "name": "Memory encoding task"
    }
]