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<h1>project components</h1> <blockquote> <ul> <li>brief descriptions of the stuff inside each component</li> <li>download .html documents in <a href="https://osf.io/yxju4/" rel="nofollow">analyses</a> component for quick access to main analyses and supplemental descriptives and analyses, including plots</li> <li>key supplement documents (see <a href="https://osf.io/yxju4/" rel="nofollow">analyses</a>)</li> <li><strong>Study 1</strong><ul> <li>2study1_data_describe.html</li> </ul> </li> <li><strong>Study 2</strong><ul> <li>2study2_drawing_generation_ratings_data_describe.html</li> <li>3study2_drawing_ratings_data_analysis.html</li> </ul> </li> <li><strong>Study 3</strong><ul> <li>2study3_ci_generation_data_describe.html</li> <li>3study3_ci_ratings5_data_analysis.html</li> </ul> </li> <li><strong>Study 4</strong><ul> <li>2study4_drawing_generation_ratings_data_describe.html</li> <li>3study4_drawing_ratings_data_analysis.html</li> </ul> </li> <li><strong>Study 5</strong><ul> <li>2study5_ci_generation_data_describe.html</li> <li>3study5_ci_ratings2_data_analysis.html</li> </ul> </li> <li><strong>combined studies</strong><ul> <li>4combined_analysis.html</li> <li>4combined_traitlevel_describe.html</li> </ul> </li> <li>notreported1 and notreported2 refer to studies (materials, data, truncated analyses) that we do not report in our manuscript (see p. 13)</li> <li>Supplemental wiki (i.e., an online document) on <a href="https://osf.io/84vdp/wiki/Trait-Level%20Threat%20Concern%20and%20Mental%20Representation%20Correlations/" rel="nofollow">trait-level threat concern and mental representation correlations</a></li> </ul> </blockquote> <h2>materials</h2> <blockquote> <ul> <li>surveys (.doc and .qsf) and images used in all studies</li> <li>can use .qsf to import survey into Qualtrics (<a href="https://www.qualtrics.com/support/survey-platform/survey-module/survey-tools/import-and-export-surveys/#ImportingASurvey" rel="nofollow">Importing a Survey</a>)</li> <li>we do not include all stimuli used in medialab for Studies 1 and 2 and not reported studies 1 and 2 because it takes too long to upload the hundreds of files; we instead include .R code scripts that generate those files (e.g., .txt and .bmp files for stim folders)</li> </ul> </blockquote> <h3><strong>representation feature ratings summary</strong></h3> <blockquote> <p>below we catalog ratings by study, rating design, representation rated, and chooser traits measured</p> </blockquote> <p>| feature | studies | designs | representations | chooser_traits | |--------------------------------|-------------------------------------------------|-----------------------------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | Trustworthy | 1.1; 1.2; 1.4; 1.5; 4 | within-subjects; between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Concientious | 1.1; 1.2; 1.3; 1.4; notreported1 | within-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Clingy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Aggressive | 1.1; 1.2 | within-subjects | Germy; non-Germy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Healthy | 1.1; 3.2; 4 | within-subjects; between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Violent; non-Violent | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Symmetrical | 1.1 | within-subjects | Germy; non-Germy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Violent | 1.1; 1.5; 2; 3.1; 3.2; 4 | within-subjects; between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Violent; non-Violent | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World; Self-Protection | | Attractive | 1.2; 1.3; 1.4; notreported1 | within-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Clingy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Heavy | 1.2; 1.3 1.4; 1.5; 2; 3.1; 3.2; notreported1; 4 | within-subjects; between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Violent; non-Violent; Clingy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Clear | 1.3; 1.4; 1.5; 2; 3.1; 3.2; notreported1; 4 | within-subjects; between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Violent; non-Violent; Clingy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World; Self-Protection | | Conservative | 1.3; 1.4 | within-subjects | Germy; non-Germy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Open | 1.3; 1.4 | within-subjects | Germy; non-Germy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Neurotic | 1.3; 1.4 | within-subjects | Germy; non-Germy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Agreeable | 1.3; 1.4 | within-subjects | Germy; non-Germy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Promiscuous | 1.3; 1.4 | within-subjects | Germy; non-Germy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Extraverted | 1.3; 1.4 | within-subjects | Germy; non-Germy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Old | 1.3; 1.4; 1.5; 2; 3.1; 3.2; 4 | within-subjects; between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Violent; non-Violent | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World; Self-Protection | | Disfigured | 1.3; 1.4; 1.5; 2; 3.1; 3.2; notreported1; 4 | within-subjects; between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Violent; non-Violent; Clingy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World; Self-Protection | | Want to avoid | 1.3; 1.4; 2; 3.1; 3.2; 4 | within-subjects; between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Violent; non-Violent | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World; Self-Protection | | Interested in becoming friends | 1.3; 1.4 | within-subjects | Germy; non-Germy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Germy | 1.5; 2; 3.1; 3.2; notreported1; 4 | between-subjects; within-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Violent; non-Violent; Clingy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World; Self-Protection | | Foreign | 1.5; 2; 3.1; 3.2; 4 | between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Violent; non-Violent | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World; Self-Protection | | Arrogant | 1.5 | between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Incompetent | 1.5; 3.1 | between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World | | Willing to stand near | 1.5; 2; 3.1; 3.2; 4 | between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Violent; non-Violent | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Belief in a Dangerous World; Self-Protection | | Muscular | 2; 3.1; 3.2; 4 | between-subjects | Healthy; non-Healthy; Infected; non-Infected; Violent; non-Violent | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Self-Protection | | Masculine | 2; 3.1; 3.2; 4 | between-subjects | Healthy; non-Healthy; Infected; non-Infected; Violent; non-Violent | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Self-Protection | | Dominant | 2; 3.1; 3.2; 4 | between-subjects | Healthy; non-Healthy; Infected; non-Infected; Violent; non-Violent | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Self-Protection | | Fatigued | 2; 3.2; 4 | between-subjects | Healthy; non-Healthy; Infected; non-Infected; Violent; non-Violent | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Self-Protection | | Angry | 2; 3.1; 3.2; 4 | between-subjects | Healthy; non-Healthy; Infected; non-Infected; Violent; non-Violent | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Self-Protection | | Clingy | notreported1 | within-subjects | Clingy | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Self-Protection | | Nauseous | 3.1 | between-subjects | Germy; non-Germy; Violent; non-Violent | Germ Aversion; Perceived Infectability; Self-Protection | |</p> <h2>data</h2> <blockquote> <ul> <li>we prepared datasets using the preparation scripts (see preparation scripts in <a href="https://osf.io/yxju4/" rel="nofollow">analyses</a> component)</li> <li>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)</li> <li>each data folder includes study-specific data from Phase 1 (participants generate representations) and Phase 2 (independent participants rate those representations)</li> <li><strong>codebook.</strong> variable names, Qualtrics labels, and some category labels for stimuli (bare bones)</li> <li><strong>questionnaire.</strong> questionnaire responses from MediaLab (Phase 1 data)</li> <li><strong>rcict.</strong> reverse correlation image classification task responses from Qualtrics (Phase 1 data collected on MTurk)</li> <li><strong>directrt.</strong> reverse correlation image classification task responses from DirectRT (Phase 1 data collected in lab)</li> <li><strong>ratings.</strong> independent ratings from Qualtrics (Phase 2 data collected on MTurk)</li> <li><strong>turkprime.</strong> turkprime HIT data</li> <li><strong>cis.rds.</strong> classification image(s) pixel data from the <a href="https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/rcicr/index.html" rel="nofollow">rcicr package</a> in R (.rds is a file extension that refers to R data, which can be loaded into R as an object)</li> <li>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 <a href="https://osf.io/9fm2q/" rel="nofollow">materials</a> component)</li> </ul> </blockquote> <h2>analyses</h2> <blockquote> <ul> <li>preparation, description, and analyses scripts</li> <li><strong>preparation.</strong> prepare and deidentify data for description and analyses</li> <li><strong>describe.</strong> descriptives (including turkprime payment demographics), psychometrics, and correlations</li> <li><strong>analysis.</strong> contrasts, raw data plots, models, model diagnostic plots, result summaries, and effect plots</li> <li>combined analyses use data from multiple studies</li> <li>"2015F_mentally_representing_infected_others.Rproj"</li> <li>.Rproj refers to an R project file which automatically sets your R session's working directory to the folder that the .Rproj is in (for more details, see <a href="https://support.rstudio.com/hc/en-us/articles/200526207-Using-Projects" rel="nofollow">Using Projects</a> or <a href="https://r4ds.had.co.nz/workflow-projects.html" rel="nofollow">Workflow: projects</a>)</li> <li>For your own analyses, we recommend following these steps:<ol> <li>download the analyses component</li> <li>unzip the analyses component on your computer</li> <li>download and save the data component in the unzipped analyses folder</li> <li>unzip the data component</li> <li>open the .Rproj (this opens R Studio and sets the working directory for you)</li> </ol> </li> </ul> </blockquote> <h3><strong>analyses document naming scheme</strong></h3> <blockquote> <p>e.g., "2study3_ci_ratings2_data_describe.html" 1. the first number in filenames order the files top-to-bottom within the folder (1 = preparation, 2 = description, 3 = analysis, 4 = multiple-study analysis) 2. study number (Study 1-4 and not reported studies) 3. Phase (ci_generation or ci_ratings) 4. script type (preparation, description, analysis) 5. filetype (.Rmd or .html) * .Rmd refers to an R Markdown script which can be mostly easily viewed and edited in R Studio (it can be read as plain text) * .html includes the output from the .Rmd script and can be opened in any internet browser (e.g., Google Chrome, Safari) * <strong>example.</strong> "2study3_ci_ratings2_data_describe.html" refers to the output of the descriptive statistics R Markdown script for Study 3 ratings survey 2 (e.g., demographics, correlations, means, standard deviations)</p> </blockquote> <h2>other registration</h2> <blockquote> <ul> <li>registration summaries (i.e., "need to know" details for evaluating protocol that was planned vs. reported-in-manuscript) are included as .csv and .xlsx files</li> </ul> </blockquote>
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