Neural mediators of subjective and autonomic responding during threat learning and regulation
datasetposted on 25.10.2021, 01:48 by Hannah SavageHannah Savage, BENJAMIN HARRISONBENJAMIN HARRISON
Within the zipped attachment are the results from the whole-brain multilevel mediation analyses reported in “Neural mediators of subjective and autonomic responding during threat learning and regulation” (doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.118643). We performed six mediation analyses to identify neural mediators of subjective changes (anxious arousal and valence) and SCR during threat learning (models 1-3); and similarly, during threat reversal (models 4-6). See manuscript for the specification of model parameters
Each folder contains the results from running the Canlab ‘publish_mediation_report.m’ which generates an html file per run. This report includes detailed results tables at both FDR q<0.05 and uncorrected thresholds, as well as figures of each cluster and montages of each path effect. A more detailed montage of each path effect has been generated using the ‘full_montages.m’ script, with colours that match the manuscript, and has been saved as a JPEG with a corresponding figure legend for comprehensiveness.
The data required to run this analysis has also been provided. Subjective reports and SCR data for corresponding participants can be found in the outcome_variable.csv file, and the SPM con files for each participant are also included.