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Reason: The data is from preliminary evaluation of novel measures. Further data collection is underway and this data may be combined with other existing and yet-to-be collected data. For access to the data please contact Professor A D Baddeley (Department of Psychology, University of York, Heslington, YORK YO10 5DD, a.baddeley@york.ac.uk) for access to the data

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Accelerated Long Term Forgetting: Four Doors and Crimes Test

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posted on 18.03.2021, 12:56 by Alan Baddeley, Stephen Evans, Tom Laverick, Mark Freeston
This is the data from an article entitled: The use of novel measures to detect Accelerated Long-term Forgetting in People with Epilepsy: The Crimes Test and Four Doors Test.
It includes the original data set, Z transformed data allowing two different measures to be compared as repeated measures, syntax and output. There are two groups, people with epilepsy and controls. The article describes the samples and the methods.

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Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience

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Newcastle University

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