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## data > * we prepared datasets using the preparation scripts (see preparation scripts in [analyses]( component) > * all "clean" data are deidentified (i.e., we do not share raw data, but we share the scripts used to generate cleaned data from raw data) > * each data folder includes study-specific data from Phase 1 (participants generate representations) and Phase 2 (independent participants rate those representations) > 1. **codebook.** variable names, Qualtrics labels, and some category labels for stimuli (bare bones) > 2. **questionnaire.** questionnaire responses from MediaLab (Phase 1 data) > 3. **rcict.** reverse correlation image classification task responses from Qualtrics (Phase 1 data collected on MTurk) > 4. **directrt.** reverse correlation image classification task responses from DirectRT (Phase 1 data collected in lab) > 5. **ratings.** independent ratings from Qualtrics (Phase 2 data collected on MTurk) > 6. **turkprime.** turkprime HIT data > 7. **cis.rds.** classification image(s) pixel data from the [rcicr package]( in R (.rds is a file extension that refers to R data, which can be loaded into R as an object) > * for Study 1 and 3, we conducted multiple ratings surveys (i.e., Phase 2), but we only report in the manuscript data from rating survey 5 of Study 1 and from rating survey 2 of Study 3 (for a catalog of all ratings studies, see "representation feature ratings summary" in the [materials]( component)
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