ECoG data were obtained from one monkey under different hierarchycal conditions by pairing with multiple monkeys.
There were two monkeys sitting around a table. ECoG data and eye tracking
data were recorded from one monkey. Motion data were captured from both monkeys
and experimenter. For each trial, one food reward was placed on the table.
If one monkey was dominant to the other, he could take the reward withouthesitation.
But, if he was submissive, he could not take the reward because of social suppression.
ECoG data were obtained from one monkey under different hierarchycal conditions by
pairing with multiple monkeys.
ECoG data were sampled at 1KHz. Motion data and eye tracking data were sampled at 120Hz.
Start and stop point of all data were synchronized.
ECoG data and eye tracking data from one monkey, and motion data from two monkeys and experimenter are shared in this data.
Data are originally from http://neurotycho.org/social-competition-task.