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**CONTENT OF THE REPOSITORY** This repository contains data, code, and materials to reproduce the analyses conducted for the study: Trilla, I., Wnendt, H. & Dziobek, I. Conditional effects of gaze on automatic imitation: the role of autistic traits. *Sci Rep* **10**, 15512 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-72513-6 **Analysis**: - `/code`: annotated code in R Markdown files for each part of the analysis: - Sample and data description (*01_data_description.Rmd*) - Preregistered (*02_confirmatory_preregistered.Rmd*) and GLMM confirmatory analyses (*03_confirmatory_GLMM.Rmd*) - Exploratory analyses (*04_exploratory.Rmd*) - `/data`: contains the data sets in R format (.RData). - `/results`: contains the **output in HTML format** from running the R Markdown code. For a prettier version, please check this site: **https://itrilla.github.io/mimgaze/** - To avoid the need of manually setting any paths to the data, run the R Markdown code ('Knit') from the R project `analysis.Rproj` with the folder structure as is. **Data**: - CSV files with the data of the automatic imitation task (`data_task.csv`), the practice trials (`data_practice.csv`), and demographic information and scores of the questionnaires completed by the participants (`data_questionnaires.csv`). - Information about the variables and data included in each data set can be found in: `data.dictionary.xlsx`. **Preregistration**: - PDF version of the preregistration form submitted to osf.io/84wqe. **Preprint**: - Preprint version of the manuscript and supplementary information. [1]: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-72513-6
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