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<h2>Big Data in the Psychological Sciences</h2> <p>Maintained by: <a href="https://brainbridgelab.uchicago.edu/" rel="nofollow">Wilma Bainbridge</a></p> <p>This is a repository of Big Data collected by undergraduate students in the University of Chicago class <em>Big Data in the Psychological Sciences</em>. For their final projects, students were tasked with completing a Big Data project that could include conducting data scraping or collecting an online experiment. Topics span a diversity of questions, including questions on social psychology, decision making, reactions to the pandemic, the replication crisis, and representation in psychology. As part of learning about Open Science practices, they were also then encouraged to share their final project data with the scientific community through this repository.</p> <hr> <p>Navigate to the page for each year to see what data we have available!</p> <ul> <li><a href="https://osf.io/hz843/wiki/Spring%202021/" rel="nofollow">Spring 2021</a> - Congrats to our winner <strong>Anke Hao</strong> for her strong project on Gender-Likability IAT: Implicit Likability of Men and Women in Professional Settings!</li> </ul>
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