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<p><strong>Description of materials for this project</strong></p> <p><strong>Experiment1_dataOSF.csv</strong>, <strong>Experiment2_dataOSF.csv</strong> and <strong>Experiment2_legendOSF.csv</strong>/ <strong>.xlsx</strong> are data files and an accompanying codebook for (use Exp2 legend for Exp 1).</p> <p><strong>CreatingDatafileExp1.R</strong> and <strong>CreatingDatafileExp2.R</strong> are code files for creating the long format of data and adding variables that are required for analyses.</p> <p><strong>Exp1Analyses.R</strong> and <strong>Exp2Analyses.R</strong> are code files for all analyses.</p> <p><strong>Exp1Graphs.R</strong> and <strong>Exp2Graphs.R</strong> are code files for creating all figures.</p> <p><strong>Supplemental Materials.docx</strong> is a document including additional analyses of Experiment 2.</p>
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