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If it’s difficult to pronounce, it might not be risky

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This OSF page contains supplementary details regarding methods and analyses, pre-registrations, materials and data for the manuscript "If it’s difficult to pronounce, it might not be risky: The effect of fluency on judgment of risk does not generalize to new stimuli" submitted to Psychological Science. The first two studies are described in more detail in the previous manuscript which can be found...

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