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Published December 2, 2017 | Version v1
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Emotion-Antecedent Appraisal Checks: EEG and EMG datasets for Goal Conduciveness, Control and Power

  • 1. Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, University of Geneva, Switzerland
  • 2. Department of Music, University of Liverpool, UK and Department of Computing, Imperial College London, UK

Description

The Electroencaphalography (EEG) and facial Electromyography (EMG) signals included in this dataset was collected in the context of a previous study (Gentsch, Grandjean & Scherer, 2013). This dataset contains the exact data used in Coutinho, Gentsch, van Peer, Scherer & Schuller (to appear). The only difference in relation to the original data is that the some of the pre-processing steps (i.e., the processing of the the raw data) were changed. The full details of the data collected and pre-processing are included in a file distributed with the data (dataset-details.pdf).

References

Coutinho, Gentsch, van Peer, Scherer & Schuller (to appear). Evidence of Emotion-Antecedent Appraisal Checks in Electroencephalography and Facial Electromyography. PloS One.

Gentsch K, Grandjean D, Scherer KR. Temporal dynamics of event-related potentials related to goal conduciveness and power appraisals. Psychophysiology. 2013;50(10):1010–1022. 

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Additional details

Funding

PROPEREMO – Production and perception of emotion: An affective sciences approach 230331
European Commission

References

  • Gentsch K, Grandjean D, Scherer KR. Temporal dynamics of event-related potentials related to goal conduciveness and power appraisals. Psychophysiology. 2013;50(10):1010–1022.
  • Coutinho, Gentsch, van Peer, Scherer & Schuller (2017).