Open Data

We are proud to make all our psychophysiology data publicly available. If you are interested in a particular data set and don’t see it in the table, then we are in the process of curating the data. You are welcome to contact us if you require access to these data.

Fear conditioning data sets are provided in a standardised format to facilitate automated data processing. Please contact us if you wish to know more about this format.

Name First Published in Further used in
PsPM-AOB A solid frame for the window on cognition: Modeling event-related pupil responses
PsPM-BAER Influences of habitual and situational bodily symptom focusing on stress responses Analytic measures for quantification of arousal from spontaneous skin conductance fluctuations
Dynamic causal modeling of spontaneous fluctuations in skin conductance
A matching pursuit algorithm for inferring tonic sympathetic arousal from spontaneous skin conductance fluctuations
PsPM-DoxMemP Modeling startle eyeblink electromyogram to assess fear learning Assessing fear learning via conditioned respiratory amplitude responses
Human Pavlovian fear conditioning conforms to probabilistic learning
PsPM-DoxMem1 Blocking human fear memory with the matrix metalloproteinase inhibitor doxycycline
PsPM-DoxMem2 Threat memory reminder under matrix metalloproteinase 9 inhibitor doxycycline globally reduces subsequent memory plasticity
PsPM-FR Modeling fear-conditioned bradycardia in humans Modeling startle eyeblink electromyogram to assess fear learning
Assessing fear learning via conditioned respiratory amplitude responses
Human Pavlovian fear conditioning conforms to probabilistic learning
PsPM-FSS6B A pupil size response model to assess fear learning
PsPM-HRA1 Dynamic causal modelling of anticipatory skin conductance responses Optimising a model-based approach to inferring fear learning from skin conductance responses
PsPM-HRM_IAPS Modeling event-related heart period responses A linear model for event-related respiration responses
PsPM-LI A pupil size response model to assess fear learning Assessing fear learning via conditioned respiratory amplitude responses
PsPM-NK The influence of experimentally induced anxiety on learning passive avoidance
Nadine Kuelzow & Gisela Erdmann & Martin Schmidt (2004). In A. M. Oliveira & M. P. Teixeira & G. F. Borges & M. J. Ferro (eds.), Fechner Day 2004. Proceedings of the twentieth annual meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, pp 430-435, Coimbra:International Society for Psychophysics.
Dynamic causal modeling of spontaneous fluctuations in skin conductance
A matching pursuit algorithm for inferring tonic sympathetic arousal from spontaneous skin conductance fluctuations
PsPM-PIT1 Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer after human threat conditioning
PsPM-PIT2 Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer after human threat conditioning
PsPM-PubFe A pupil size response model to assess fear learning
PsPM-RRM1-2 A linear model for event-related respiration responses
PsPM-RRM3 A linear model for event-related respiration responses
PsPM-SC4B Modeling fear-conditioned bradycardia in humans A pupil size response model to assess fear learning
Stimulus-invariant auditory cortex threat encoding during fear conditioning with simple and complex sounds
PsPM-SCRV1 Time-series analysis for rapid event-related skin conductance responses
PsPM-SCRV2 Time-series analysis for rapid event-related skin conductance responses
PsPM-SCRV3 Time-series analysis for rapid event-related skin conductance responses
PsPM-SCRV4 Dynamic causal modelling of anticipatory skin conductance responses
PsPM-SCRV5 Modelling event-related skin conductance responses
PsPM-SCRV6 Modelling event-related skin conductance responses
PsPM-SCRV7 Modelling event-related skin conductance responses
PsPM-SCRV9 Modelling event-related skin conductance responses
PsPM-SCRV10 Modelling event-related skin conductance responses
PsPM-SMD Modeling startle eyeblink electromyogram to assess fear learning
PsPM-TC Modeling fear-conditioned bradycardia in humans Assessing fear learning via conditioned respiratory amplitude responses
Human Pavlovian fear conditioning conforms to probabilistic learning
PsPM-trSP1 An improved algorithm for model-based analysis of evoked skin conductance responses A head-to-head comparison of SCRalyze and Ledalab, two model-based methods for skin conductance analysis
Temporally Unpredictable Sounds Exert a Context-Dependent Influence on Evaluation of Unrelated Images
PsPM-trSP2 An improved algorithm for model-based analysis of evoked skin conductance responses A head-to-head comparison of SCRalyze and Ledalab, two model-based methods for skin conductance analysis
Temporally Unpredictable Sounds Exert a Context-Dependent Influence on Evaluation of Unrelated Images
PsPM-trSP3 An improved algorithm for model-based analysis of evoked skin conductance responses A head-to-head comparison of SCRalyze and Ledalab, two model-based methods for skin conductance analysis
Temporally Unpredictable Sounds Exert a Context-Dependent Influence on Evaluation of Unrelated Images
PsPM-trSP4 A head-to-head comparison of SCRalyze and Ledalab, two model-based methods for skin conductance analysis
Temporally Unpredictable Sounds Exert a Context-Dependent Influence on Evaluation of Unrelated Images
PsPM-VC7B A pupil size response model to assess fear learning

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