Data from the research of Internal cost of spontaneous deception revealed by ERPs and EEG spectral perturbations
datasetposted on 25.03.2019 by chengkang zhu, J. (Jingjing) Pan
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Abundant literature has studied the behavioral and neural correlates of deception, but little research has focused on the internal cost of spontaneous deception. In the present study, the event-related potential and event-related spectral perturbations techniques were used to measure the internal cost of spontaneous deception by having participants perform a sender–receiver task in which they decided whether to send deceptive messages to increase their payoff from the task. EEG data were recorded continuously with a 40-channel NuAmps DC amplifier (Compumedics Neuroscan, Inc., Charlotte, NC, USA). This dataset contains the data of deception rate, reaction time, socially appropriate rating, amplitude of RewP, grand amplitude of PCA-RewP, average power of delta, theta and beta bands.