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<p>This is the project for <strong>Social Smartphone Apps Do Not Capture Attention Despite Their Perceived High Reward Value</strong></p> <p>The project contains the following folders:</p> <ul> <li><strong>Analysis and Results</strong> contains the R scripts for both studies as well as the entire workspace for the first study (i.e, the experiment).</li> <li><strong>Data</strong> contains two folders, one for each study. <em>Study 1 (Experiment)</em> contains the following four data files: demographic information, manipulation checks, the raw behavioral data, and a working file. <em>Study 2 (Survey)</em> contains the following two files: the raw data and a working file. For an explanation of the different files and their variables, see the <strong>Read-me-Wiki</strong>.</li> <li><strong>Materials</strong> contains the materials for both studies. <em>Study 1 (Experiment)</em> contains the python script for the visual search task; the instruction folder are the instructions as pictures used in the script; the icons contain the 15 icons we used with 55 by 55 pixels. <em>Study 2 (Survey)</em> contains the survey we used both in the Qualtrics and in word format as well as the icons in a zip-file in 512 by 512 pixels. </li> </ul>
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