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The materials in this project are for Experiment 2 of the article "[Towards a distributed connectionist account of cognates and interlingual homographs: Evidence from semantic relatedness tasks][1]" by Eva D Poort and Jennifer M Rodd (pre-print [here][2]) and go along with the preregistration "[Does recent experience with identical cognates and interlingual homographs in one’s native language affect processing of these words in one’s second language?][3]". [Experiment 1][4] can also be found on the OSF, as well as a follow-up to this experiment, which is called [Cross-lingual long-term priming of cognates and interlingual homographs from L2 to L1][5]. To reproduce just our analyses (confirmatory and exploratory), you will only need to download the materials in the components [Processed data][6] and [Analysis scripts][7]. To reproduce the whole chain of data processing and analysis, you can download the materials in the components [Raw data][8], [Processing scripts][9] and [Analysis scripts][10]. Save all files in a single folder and designate this as an RProject (see [here][11]). Running the processing scripts on the raw data will then produce the processed data, which can then be analysed using the analysis scripts. The output (not including the data itself) of the entire processing and analysis chain can be found in the document called [experimentOverview.xlsx][12]. Abbreviations (e.g. "primingSR") are explained in the scripts, but note that the priming task ("primingSR") was conducted in Dutch and the testing task ("testingSR") was conducted in English. Both were semantic relatedness judgements tasks (hence "SR"). [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]:
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