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Relating to a project that encompasses two experiments aimed at investigating the role that response time *per se* has on Feelings of Rightness. In essence: are participants using elapsed time as a cue by which to infer how confident they should be? Most of the contents of the OSF project should be straightforward. Experiment files can be run in either Matlab or Octave using Psychtoolbox. The experiments are entirely self-contained, meaning that all the materials are contained therein. Experiment 1 in the paper is uploaded here as "TIA2" because there was a previous version that is not included in the paper. Experiment 2 is "TIA3". I haven't renamed them because one would need to un-rename them to run them. Installation instructions for the PTB can be found at: All data analysis done in R, and the attached data and analysis script are compatible and can be run successfully as of this update 2022-04-21. Sorry in advance, young Kaiden was not as smooth in R so it's an adventure. I can be reached at if you have any questions or comments. ---------- Note on Preregistration 1: It's noted there that "Yes, some data have already been collected." We began data collection the same day or the day before preregistration, so only a handful of participants had been collected, and none of the data had been downloaded so it was not yet accessible. No one looked at the data until after data collection was completed, well after preregistration. ---------- Update: We noticed in mid-late 2022 that there was a minor coding error in the experiment files that rendered the labelling 4 of our items only partially correct. This is relevant **only** for some of our exploratory analyses and nothing changes to any significant degree. The correction process through the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology is ongoing as of 10-01-2024. The analysis file TIA Analysis.R has been updated to include the code to recode the stimuli such that it will produce the results in the upcoming **corrected** manuscript. This is done in such a way that it will produce the correct results regardless of whether you read into R the miscoded or corrected data files (which have also been uploaded and labelled as such), for minimal confusion. The experiment files have also been fixed so they will no longer reproduce the error. We apologize for the error.
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