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Nov 29, 2021 Floris van den Oever; Bjørn Sætrevik; Morten Fjeld; Kjetil Nordby
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For safety in ship operations, it is crucial to have high-quality collaboration between bridge crew members. Key components of that collaboration are situation awareness and communication. Augmented Reality has the potential to improve both. Besides that, the usability and potential risks and advantages of Augmented Reality for ship bridges must be understood before it is implemented. Therefore, we ask the following research questions: 1. Can Augmented Reality improve the situation awareness of...
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As the current literature reveals, resource scarcity perception that the poor experience has an immense impact on their cognition and decision-making. Whenever the poor faces any financial trouble that is nearly impossible to overcome, the immediate result is that their cognitive resources are taxed by cognitive load, causing distraction in their executive functions (Mani et al. 2013, Haushofer & Fehr, 2014). Previous research shows that they perform poorly in certain cognitive tasks as...
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Nov 29, 2021 Alisa Marie Küper
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Bias in clinical reasoning has been identified as one of the major sources of diagnostic errors (Croskerry, 2013). While there have been several studies investigating the effectiveness of different, mostly cognitive, strategies to counteract or mitigate bias (Mamede et al., 2010, 2020; Van Den Berge & Mamede, 2013), to our knowledge empirical evidence on successfully counteracting such biases by utilizing new possibilities provided by technology is lacking. A study by Crowley et al. (2013)...
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Nov 29, 2021 Fu Yu Kwok; Daniel Ansari; Lien Peters; Eric D. Wilkey; Rebecca Bull; Pierina Cheung; Kerry [ECE] LEE
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An updated version of the univariate fMRI achievement group comparison.
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Nov 29, 2021 Levi Adelman; Maykel Verkuyten; Kumar Yogeeswaran
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There is an imbalance in tolerance: It seems like it is easier to becomes less tolerant than more tolerant. Tolerance requires maintaining one's own negativity toward a practice or belief, but employing restraint. It seems like it would be easier to loosen restraint than gain more restraint. This research aims to test this idea experimentally by presenting low and high tolerance people with arguments in favor or against being tolerant.
Source: https://osf.io/h7jgr/
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Nov 29, 2021 scott cole; Nicola Savill; shana hall; Chloé Metz
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To capture the EEG-correlates (i.e. ERPs) underpinning the distinct characteristics of involuntary memories at encoding and retrieval, we propose a study based on a paradigm previously used by Hall et al. (2014). At encoding, participants will encode pairs of sounds and images, and will listen to control sounds. At retrieval, participants will hear some sounds in an involuntary memory condition, and some in a voluntary retrieval task. A post-retrieval task will determine which pairs were...
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Nov 29, 2021 Marek A. Vranka; Štěpán Bahník; Petr Houdek; Marek Hudik
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See the project page.
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Nov 29, 2021 Veronica Witte
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To understand the effect of adherence to a plant-based diet on markers of brain aging
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Nov 29, 2021 Erik Mohlin
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Experiment with a 7-item rating scale
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Nov 29, 2021 Benjamin Storme; Laura Delaloye Saillen
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There is a growing interest among researchers working on French in the way grammatical gender in this language affects speakers' mental representations about social gender (e.g. Gygax et al. 2013, Gygax et al 2019, Richy & Burnett 2021). Grammatical gender refers to the classification of nouns in two or more classes, based on the agreement patterns involving the noun and its syntactic dependents. For instance, in French, the noun 'pain' "bread" is masculine, as manifested by the...
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This pre-registration outlines the data analysis plan for data from the Micro-Scope study.
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Nov 29, 2021 J E Loy
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We investigate lexical adaption with a partner who uses dispreferred names (e.g., ''coach'' for a bus) or incorrect names (e.g., ''car'' for a bus), comparing interaction with a partner perceived to be another human or a computer program.
Source: https://osf.io/hkg73/
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Nov 29, 2021 Molly Scott; Andi Fugard; Julia Griggs; Enes Duysak
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This is a pilot evaluation of the ‘Let’s Read Fluently!’ (LRF) intervention in Jordan that is being conducted by NatCen Social Research, together with Integrated, Oxford MeasurEd and School-to-School International. LRF aims to support children aged 6-8 to develop foundational literacy skills. It centres around a student practice book designed to reflect evidence about how Arabic reading fluency is best acquired. Teachers receive one-day training from the Queen Rania Teacher Academy (QRTA)...
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Nov 29, 2021 Chieh Lu; ERICA Lab (Yen-Ping Chang)
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This study examines the impact of societal events on the change of perceived relevance of different foundations used in making moral judgments.
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Nov 29, 2021 Shaheed Azaad; Natalie Sebanz
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In this study, we present participants with image sequences depicting either individuals or dyads building block towers. Individual actors build the tower by alternating between using their left and right hands to place blocks atop it. Dyads distribute this task such that they take turns placing blocks on the tower. Occasionally, an alternation violation occurs in which the same hand (individual condition) or the same actor (joint/dyad condition) places two blocks atop the tower in a row. Upon...
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Nov 29, 2021 Olivia S. Cheung; Natasha Treunen; Jakub Podmokly
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To examine whether the processing of different categories may interact, this study examines whether face perception may be influenced by long-term and short-term experience of reading texts. We test how different groups of participants who are familiar with different reading directions, specifically reading left-to-right for English texts vs. reading right-to-left for Arabic texts, may influence their perception of faces in terms of the left-side bias.
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Nov 29, 2021 Anand Krishna; Andreas Eder
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Note that picture files used were the same as in Experiment 1 (see materials section of Experiment 1).
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Nov 29, 2021 Carina Schott; Robin Bouwman
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Research on leadership is growing. However, to date we still know relatively little about how the behaviors of followers affect their leaders (Uhl-Bien et al. 2014; Amad & Bolono 2020). Very recently Amad and Bolono (2020) found that good behavior on the part of followers psychologically frees leaders to engage in subsequent self-reported unethical behavior. However, from frequently studied consistency theories we know that past behavior does not always results in opposite behavior...
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Nov 29, 2021 Kym Michelle McCormick; Carolyn Semmler; Melissa Humphries; John C Dunn
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This study aims to test two core assumptions of mathematical models of eyewitness memory: (1) the assumption of random-scale representation; and (2) the assumption of monotonic likelihood. This work follows that of Kellen, Winiger, & Dunn (2019), who tested these assumptions in human recognition memory for words.
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The current study uses a conjoint analysis to assess the degree to which individuals in China and the Netherlands prioritize multiple dimensions of COVID-19 vaccines, including the vaccine's nation of origin (China versus the Netherlands), its efficacy, its side-effect rate, its effectiveness against variants, its technology (mRNA versus viral vector versus inactivated virus), its approval by the World Health Organization, and the number of doses it requires. It further tests how individual...
Source: https://osf.io/u35nc/
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Nov 29, 2021 Kym Michelle McCormick; Carolyn Semmler; John C Dunn; Keith Ransom; Melissa Humphries
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A hierarchical inductive research project. Following from our previous tests that confirmed both random-scale and monotonic representation pf eyewitness memory and identification decisions, this investigation aims to develop and apply a critical test of high-threshold representation. The purpose is to falsify either the high-threshold (e.g. single high-threshold model and double high-threshold model) or the non-high-threshold (e.g. signal detection theory models, low-threshold models) models of...
Source: https://osf.io/dntzf/
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Nov 29, 2021 Michael Dominik Krämer; Yannick Roos; David Richter; Cornelia Wrzus
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Social relationships are central to human life and well-being. As most people maintain many different relationships with their family and friends simultaneously, mutual influences or interdependencies might exist. Yet these interdependencies have scarcely been addressed in the research to date. This study examines how interactions with one kind of relationship predict subsequent interactions with other relationship types, as well as how personality moderates interdependencies among...
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Nov 29, 2021 Lukas Rudolph; Paul Thurner; Markus Freitag
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Conjoint experiments have become very popular in recent years in political science and related disciplines. They offer a flexible way to elicit population preferences on complex choice tasks. But what is the best way to present attributes to respondents? One pathway, frequently applied, is random ordering, so that any potential biases from attribute order cancel out on average. A second pathway is purposeful ordering, such that the researcher chooses a display order with "theoretically...
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High-calorie visual food cues food cues are omnipresent and may enhance overconsumption. Understanding individual's neural responses to food cues may help to develop better interventions for preventing or reducing overconsumption. We aimed to determine which brain regions are concurrently activated in individuals with normal-weight and overweight/obesity in response to viewing high-calorie food cues. Further, we examined whether overweight/obese individuals show higher high-calorie food-cue...
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Nov 29, 2021 Lewis Nitschinsk; Eric Vanman; Stephanie Tobin; Deanna Varley
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This study aims to assess participants anonymous and identifiable social media usage and online behaviour across a week long period. Social media usage and online behaviour will then be assessed against the Online Anonymity Questionnaire to show how motivations to seek anonymity are associated with actual anonymous behaviour.
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Nov 29, 2021 Joonseok Yang; Ashton S. Cho
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This project aims to test audience cost theory in a trade war setup using a survey experiment on a national representative sample of 1,605 U.S. voters.
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Nov 29, 2021 Felix Kruse; Juliane Degner
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Nov 29, 2021 Jennifer Bastart; Marine Rougier; Vincent Yzerbyt
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This study is part of a broader research project dealing with the impact of the perception of the social hierarchy as (im)permeable on approach and avoidance tendencies toward ingroup and outgroup members.
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Nov 29, 2021 Lewis Nitschinsk; Eric Vanman; Deanna Varley
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The sense of feeling old increases people's openness to learning The sense of feeling old increases people's desire for experiential creation consumption The openness to learning is an intermediary mechanism The correlation between self-esteem and youth regulates the influence of sense of feeling old on openness to learning Perceived employment pressure regulates the influence of the sense of feeling old on the openness to learning
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Nov 29, 2021 Torleif Halkjelsvik
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We estimate the potential effect of the introduction of standardized tobacco packaging on sales of cigarettes and snus (swedish moist tobacco) to consumers in Norway. We use retail scanner data from the beginning of 2014 to the end of 2019. Standardized packaging was fully implemented July 1st 2018.
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Nov 29, 2021 Nazita Lajevardi; Dustin Carnahan; Sarah Reckhow; Daniel Bergan; Ana Bracic; Kjerstin Thorson; Rachel Barry
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This study employs a GOTV experiment to increase voter turnout among the first and second-year classes of MSU students with valid and updated Michigan addresses at the time of our study.
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This online experiment used the referendum on the amendment of the Covid-19 law (Switzerland on Nov. 28, 2021) as a case study. Among other things, Swiss citizens had to decide whether they wanted to keep the current COVID Certificate Regulation (3G) or drop it altogether. In the context of this referendum, the present 3x2 experiment investigates the effect of cross-cutting and like-minded exposure on (1) political tolerance for the other political side, (2) political ambivalence, and (3)...
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Nov 29, 2021 Susanne Kargl
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We want to investigate the interaction between humans and artificial intelligence in the context of the management of diabetes type 1. In an Online-Experiment we intend to analyze the influence of different amounts of information on trust in automatedl technology and the subjective information processing awareness (SIPA).
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Nov 29, 2021 Mikhail Yevgenievitch Melnikov; Dmitriy D. Bezmaternykh
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Despite of being widespread and claimed to be instrumental in mood disorders, EEG frontal alpha asymmetry protocols does not have sufficient support from thoroughly designed studies. This trial aims to investigate skill learning related to this protocol in a double-blind placebo controlled fashion in healthy female volunteers. 24 participants will undergo 10 sessions of real EEG alpha asymmetry training, while other 24 will receive 10 placebo (asymmetry of another frequency band) training...
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Nov 29, 2021 Erik Mohlin
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This study elicits social appropriateness ratings (using the Krupka-Weber method) for actions in a number of experimental games.
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Nov 29, 2021 Gabriela Jiga-Boy; Jakub Szymanowski; Habiba Abbasi; Qingyu Xie
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Political trust is a dimension of affective polarization (Iyengar et al., 2019) and an expectation that others will operate with one’s best interests in mind (Paxton, 2018). Trust in politicians is vital in democratic societies because it influences support for the political system itself and increases adherence to government policy, including measures against COVID-19 (Han et al., 2020). However, the public trusts scientific experts more than they trust politicians – and this becomes a...
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Nov 29, 2021 scott cole; Nicola Savill; shana hall
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This pre-registration outlines the data analysis plan for data from the Micro-Scope study.
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Nov 29, 2021 Erik Mac Giolla; Malin Ekelund; Hanna Fernsund; Simon Karlsson
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The analysis plan for this project was preregistered on OSF on April 23, 2020. However, the original preregistration files include identifying information about the authors. For the purposes of retaining author anonymity for peer review, we have removed any identifying information from these documents. Please note that there were no other changes made to these documents.
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Nov 29, 2021 Patricia Mirabile; Katrin Schulz; Robert van Rooij
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In this study, we test a model of the assertability of generic statements according to which assertability depends on the relative difference between target prevalence and contrast prevalence, as well as on the impact value of the feature ascribed to the target group.
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Nov 29, 2021 Lewis Nitschinsk; Eric Vanman; Deanna Varley
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Nov 29, 2021 Martin Constant; Heinrich R. Liesefeld; Klaus Oberauer
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In a previous study, we found that VWM performance is affected by both absolute and relative saliency of the to-be-remembered (target) objects. Saliency was varied by the tilt of target objects relative to upright non-target objects. This was discovered by comparing performance for displays containing 3 target objects of the same tilt (same displays) with displays containing 3 target objects of different tilts (mixed displays). The present study aims to determine whether one (and only one) of...
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Nov 29, 2021 Éadaoin J Slattery; Deirdre Butler; Michael O'Leary; Paula Lehane; Kevin Marshall
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This is a pre-registration of a systematic review which examines the impact of Minecraft / Minecraft: Education Edition on academic, cognitive, motivational and psychosocial outcomes in children, adolescents and young adults.
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Nov 29, 2021 Adrian Bauman
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An updated systematic review of physical activity mass media / public education campaigns
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Synopsis Study Purpose: The purpose of this study is to estimate the point prevalence and annual incidence of coma among US and UK citizens. The rationale is that the prevalence and incidence of coma is unknown, despite coma being an important medical condition which occurs worldwide and in people of all ages and all possible backgrounds. Epidemiological information about coma is therefore important to a wide range of stakeholders. Here, we will use an efficient crowdsourcing approach to...
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Nov 29, 2021 Philipp Kerksieck; Kang Leng Ho; Georg F. Bauer; Lauren Howe; Florence Bernays
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Pre-registration for the study on Job Crafting
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Nov 29, 2021 Yannick Roos; Michael Dominik Krämer; David Richter; Ramona Schoedel; Cornelia Wrzus
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The question how (often) people interact with other people lies at the heart of research on social relationships. However, research on short-term processes of social relationships in daily life has for a long time been hindered by measurement constraints: measuring social relationships in daily life with a high time-resolution is burdensome for participants and researchers alike. Multiple methods with differing degrees of participant burden and intrusiveness have been suggested to assess social...
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Nov 29, 2021 scott cole; Nicola Savill; shana hall
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Nov 29, 2021 Felix Hartmann; Ferdinand Geissler; Lukas Stoetzer; Macartan Humphreys; Heike Klüver; Violeta Ines Haas; Tim Wappenhans
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Research in the Social Sciences has studied political protest and its effects in various ways and contexts. A key assumption -- specifically in research studying the effects on policy outcomes and political decision making -- is that protest can affect public opinion. The idea standing behind such arguments is that social movements frequently happen before the public at large changes its opinion on an issue; meaning that protest provides crucial information for the public to adapt its...
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Nov 29, 2021 Yannick Roos; Michael Dominik Krämer; David Richter; Cornelia Wrzus
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The enactment and regulation of social relationships has often been linked to differences in individual characteristics, neglecting the larger social contexts in which social relationships are situated. Nevertheless, the size and composition of people’s social networks as well as social context factors (e.g., household size, population density) can also contribute to relationship dynamics in daily life. For example, small personal networks might operate as a factor constraining the...
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Nov 29, 2021 scott cole; Nicola Savill; shana hall
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Different models postulate that lexical competition is a key process of visual word recognition (e.g., Grainger & Jacobs, 1996; McClelland & Rumelhart, 1981). According to these models, the lexical competition arises between multiple lexical representations activated simultaneously by highly similar orthographic input and should be associated with a processing cost. In a masked priming paradigm, the processing cost may appear as a differential effect of the prime depending on its...
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Nov 29, 2021 Catherine E. Laing; Ghada Khattab; Shayne Sloggett; Tamar Keren-Portnoy
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Six-month-olds infer object size based on pitch: high-pitched vowels map onto smaller objects and low-pitched vowels onto larger objects (Peña et al., 2011). The ‘sound symbolism bootstrapping hypothesis’ (Imai & Kita, 2014) proposes that this may support understanding of word-meaning correspondences; by drawing on iconic pairings between linguistic cues and corresponding referents (e.g. higher pitch for smaller objects), infants develop understanding of word-referent associations....
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Nov 29, 2021 Maike Trautner; Annabel Weinrich
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Self-regulation refers to a wide array of processes within a person with the aim of adapting physical and psychological states to a desired state (Nigg, 2017). This definition includes a wide variety of processes and areas of human functioning which require self-regulation (e.g., cognition, emotion, behaviour), as well as various ways in which this can be achieved (e.g., via top-down or bottom-up processes). Furthermore, several aspects of self-regulation can be subsumed under this definition...
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Nov 29, 2021 Erik Mohlin
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updated experimental instructions
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The primary aim of this project is to assess the selectivity and general motivational effects of alcohol cues on reward-seeking behaviours using an online Pavlovian instrumental transfer task. An additional aim is to examine the relationship between cue-driven effects, risky alcohol use, and stress.
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Nov 29, 2021 Felix Hartmann; Ferdinand Geissler; Macartan Humphreys; Heike Klüver
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Objectives: - A. Identifying participation Types: Why are people answering online surveys: Ideally we seek to classify participants into a "Leisure" set and a "Labor" set. - B. Characterization of Types: How are labor and leisure types different: e.g. on wealth, age, political attitudes? - C. Incentives and Participation by Type: What are the differential effects of incentive on taking part in the survey across types? - D. Incentive and Response Quality by Type: What are the...
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Nov 29, 2021 Zachary Loomas; Olivia Miske; Bri Luis [SCORE]; Andrew Tyner; Melissa Kline Struhl; Abiola OYEBANJO; Adeniyi Festus Adeyemi; Elan Simon Parsons
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Nov 29, 2021 Lewis Nitschinsk; Eric Vanman; Deanna Varley
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Nov 29, 2021 Jessie Sun; Geoffrey Goodwin
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This is an update/amendment to the main preregistration at https://osf.io/hxzmy.
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The aim of this study is to examine the development of emotion regulation skills in early childhood in the context of family adjustment and family subsystems.
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Nov 29, 2021 Clara Kubler
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This study is a follow-up study and aims to further investigate the role of psychological distance and anticipated moral reproach in the adoption of a more plant-based diet (i.e. the reduction of one’s consumption of animal products) and the acceptability of a vegan future.
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Nov 29, 2021 Feng Bai
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This experiment examines the causal impacts of discrete positive affects—that is, optimism and relaxedness, on trust toward doctors over time.
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Nov 29, 2021 Tao Li; Zhenyu M. Wang; Rodrigo Praino
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As part of the Power of Political Portraits project, we plan to carry out survey experiments in western countries like the US and the UK, which have cultural backgrounds different from China. This is our pre-analysis plan for future survey experiments.
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Nov 29, 2021 Cornelia Wrzus; Michael Dominik Krämer; Yannick Roos; David Richter
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Both affiliation motive theory and the social affiliation model postulate that social interactions follow a homeostatic regulation principle: People try to regulate their daily social interactions towards their “ideal range of social contact”, which is influenced by their personality characteristics, such as affiliative needs. “Less-than-ideal” social interactions result in social deprivation and a desire to increase social contact, whereas more (especially unpleasant) social contact...
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Nov 29, 2021 Kym Michelle McCormick; Carolyn Semmler; Melissa Humphries; John C Dunn
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This study aims to test two core assumptions of mathematical models of eyewitness memory: (1) the assumption of random-scale representation; and (2) the assumption of monotonic likelihood. This work follows that of Kellen, Winiger, & Dunn (2019), who tested these assumptions in human recognition memory for words.
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Nov 29, 2021 Milica Vdovic; Ana Milak; Anastasija Mareš; David Kučević; Marina Ršumović; Itana Đurašković; Anika Tabas; Ana Andjelkovic; Nadja Avramovic
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Making positive behaviour change is one of the most important questions for environmental preservation. The issue of global warming and rocket high pollution levels has motivated social sciences to come up with much needed intervention that will have long-lasting consequences on people's attitudes and behaviours. In this study we will look at one intervention with potential to enhance peoples pro environmental attitudes and behaviours. The intervention consists of showing participants that in...
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Nov 29, 2021 Moritz Knorr; Tibor Szikszay; Wacław Adamczyk; Kerstin Luedtke
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Nov 29, 2021 Cornelia Schoor; Jean-François Rouet; M. Anne Britt
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The purpose of the study is to research effects of task and context on the selection of (multiple) texts for reading, that is reading decisions. So far, little is known how the context affects reading decisions and outcomes. A prior study (in summer 2020) suggests that context plays a lesser role in the reading and representation of multiple texts, but a bigger role in the processing of information for further use. Comments on the study suggested that the context might take effect even before...
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Nov 29, 2021 Becky Choma; Gordon Hodson
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Nov 29, 2021 Tom Smeets; Stephanie Ashton; Conny W.E.M. Quaedflieg
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The current work will replicate the studies of Schwabe & Wolf (2009, 2010), investigating whether stress induces a shift to habitual behavior.
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Nov 29, 2021 Arkadiusz Wąsiel
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The goal of the study is to explain the relationship between satisfaction with democracy and perception of people in power (using power construals and also a discrepancy between factual power and respect) in two groups - not elected power (policemen, managers, etc. - so people of authority) and elected power (government officials, country-level politicians), and also folk theories of democracy. Another dependent variable are the aims of societal development.
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Nov 29, 2021 Chiara Ceccon; Mariëlle Osinga; Yixin Tang; Elisabeth. L. de Moor; Mariam Fishere; Tugce Aral; Moin Syed
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In this study we will examine the association between perceived discrimination – both subtle and overt - and psychological well-being (i.e., depression, substance use, and life satisfaction) in emerging adulthood. We will focus on the role of ethnic-racial identity (ERI) exploration and commitment dimensions, analyzing these variables as both mediators and moderators of the well-founded association between discrimination and well-being. In addition, we are interested in exploring whether...
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Nov 29, 2021 Justin Frederick Landy; Sydney E. Scott
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Nov 29, 2021 Yue Zhang; Jooyoung Park
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A growing body of research has shown that childhood resources affect individuals' subjective life expectancy and self-confidence in later life. This study tests whether childhood resources determine the impact of social influence on individuals' choices. The authors propose that types of social influence affect individuals' choices depending on childhood resources. Specifically, people who grew up in a poorer environment are more likely to follow the choice of the majority rather than the...
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Nov 29, 2021 Anand Krishna; Andreas Eder
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Previous research has demonstrated that the formation of implementation intentions towards emotional stimuli is sufficient to modulate approach-avoidance biases (Eder, 2011; Eder et al., 2010). Specifically, when participants were instructed to approach positive and avoid negative stimuli (in line with typical evaluative approach-avoidance biases; Eder & Rothermund, 2008), the respective biases were increased in a task in which participants responded to nonaffective aspects of targets,...
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Nov 29, 2021 Cory Bill; Imke Driemel; Andreea Nicolae; Aron Hirsch; Kazuko Yatsushiro; Maria Teresa Guasti; Uli Sauerland
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Bill et al. (2019) designed an experiment aimed at eliciting the German versions of the quantifiers "all" (i.e., alle) and "no" (i.e., kein/e) as sentence initial subjects. While German-speaking children produced the quantifier "alle" as a sentence initial subject, they did not produce the quantifier "kein" in the same position. Instead, they produced a sentence with "kein" as a non-sentence initial object. In contrast to children,...
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Nov 29, 2021 Ella Moeck; Melanie Takarangi
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This study will document the mental health, well-being and academic outcomes of student veterans from several Australian universities.
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Nov 29, 2021 scott cole; Nicola Savill; shana hall
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Nov 29, 2021 Gladys Yeung; Crystal Yuen; Yue Hin Dominic Chan; Tsz Lok Fong; Victoria Sze; Tse Hiu Ching; Wendy Lau; Henry K S Ng
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The study aims to replicate the original Stroop study conducted in 1935.
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Nov 29, 2021 Joanna Diong; Lisa Bero; Kay Double; Yi Kai Ong
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University codes of research conduct and research quality
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Nov 29, 2021 Oluf Gøtzsche-Astrup; Johan Gøtzsche-Astrup
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Mixed-methods study on protest perceptions
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Nov 29, 2021 Erik Mohlin
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This study elicits personal appropriateness ratings for actions in a number of experimental games.
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Nov 29, 2021 Phuong Quynh Can; Xijuan Zhang; Victoria Savalei; Jessie Sun
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A research that examines the factor structure of the BFI-2 scale in alternative formats (Expanded, Item Specific, and Interrogative).
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Nov 29, 2021 Robert A. Huber; Michael Jankowski; Carsten Wegscheider
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This is the revised pre-registration for the paper "Explaining Populist Attitudes: The Impact of Issue Specific Discontent and Representation" which is part of the "GLES Open Science Challenge". The abstract of the paper is as follows: Recently, scholars of populism have increasingly started to theorise and capture susceptibility to populism at the individual level. Most of these studies, however, focus on the effect of populist attitudes on political behaviour. Less...
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Nov 29, 2021 Yohay Zvi
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1. Development of Japanese version of Remarriage Belief Inventory (RMBI-J) and Revised Questionnaire for Couples in Stepfamilies (RQCS-J) and examination of reliability and validity 2. Relationship between RMBI of remarried couples and marriage satisfaction / RQCS in Japan 1. 日本語版Remarriage Belief Inventory (RMBI-J)とRevised Questionnaire for Couples in Stepfamilies(RQCS-J)の開発と信頼性,妥当性の検討 2. 再婚カップルのRMBIと婚姻満足度・RQCSとの関連
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Individuals differ in their tendency to interpret and react to uncertainty negatively, i.e., in their intolerance of uncertainty (IU), and high levels of IU are associated with the occurrence of anxiety disorders. Threat conditioning protocols serve as a laboratory model for the development and maintenance of pathological anxiety, and ample evidence suggests a modulatory role for IU in threat learning processes. Specifically, the updating of threat and safety associations during extinction...
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Nov 29, 2021 Levi Adelman; Maykel Verkuyten; Kumar Yogeeswaran
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Tolerance is a difficult process. It requires people simultaneously holding a negative attitude toward a belief or behavior but nonetheless focusing on reasons to not interfere with other people's ability to engage with that belief or behavior. The key element of tolerance is that people decide freely not to interfere, despite their ability to do so. Indeed, if someone has no ability to interfere, they face an internal struggle of wanting to change the world but having no ability to do so. In...
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Nov 29, 2021 Xiaoxiong Lai; Huang; Xinran Dai; Xubao Qin; Yun Wang
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Backgrounds: The primary purpose of this intensive longitudinal investigation in adolescents is to explore the momentary relationships between adolescents’ ICT use and their social adaptation and wellbeing. Procedures: we planned to investigate 500 first-year middle school students. These students first complete a self-reported questionnaire in the pretest (including demographic materials, stress like academic stress or digital stress, interpersonal relationships and competence, psychological...
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Nov 29, 2021 Giulia Piccillo
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We test the correlation between Ambiguity Aversion (AA) and illusory pattern perception (IPP). We use different realizations of Illusory pattern perception: recognizing human faces in noisy pictures, conspiracy theories and belief in fake news. Our hypothesis is that in the cross section AA will be higher for the subjects for which any of these realizations is higher. We believe that this correlation will be stronger for people who are facing a salient (relevant) form of uncertainty in their...
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Nov 29, 2021 Joshua Corbett; Liam Maher; Alex O. Holcombe
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See the attached document for details.
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Much like high jump or long jump, rock climbing may be characterized as an antigravitational sport in which a high strengt-to-mass ratio have typically been seen to enhance performance. Several climber memoirs give personal testimony to a widespread culture of disordered eating among elite climbers in the 1980s and 1990s. Furthermore, in the 2021 documentary film LIGHT, several professional rock climbers are interviewed about their experiences with eating disorders in an attempt to break “the...
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Nov 29, 2021 Philipp Kerksieck; Kang Leng Ho; Georg F. Bauer; Lauren Howe; Florence Bernays
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Pre.registration for study on Sense of Coherence
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Nov 29, 2021 Erik Mohlin
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This study elicits social appropriateness ratings (using the Krupka-Weber method) for actions in a number of experimental games.
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Nov 29, 2021 Abiola OYEBANJO; Adeniyi Festus Adeyemi; Zachary Loomas; Olivia Miske; Bri Luis [SCORE]; Andrew Tyner; Melissa Kline Struhl
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The claim selected for replication from Andrew (2014) is that primary-grade retention has lasting effects on educational attainments well after a student is initially retained: Retaining a child in early primary school reduces his or her odds of high school completion. This reflects the following statement from the paper's abstract: "I find consistent evidence of a causal effect of early primary school grade retention on high school completion." Table 7 displays estimated...
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Nov 29, 2021 Erik Mohlin
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We elicit appropriateness rankings
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Nov 29, 2021 Zachary Loomas; Olivia Miske; Bri Luis [SCORE]; Andrew Tyner; Melissa Kline Struhl; Abiola OYEBANJO; Adeniyi Festus Adeyemi; Elan Simon Parsons
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