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<p>This is the project for Johannes, N., Veling, H., Verwijmeren, T., & Buijzen, M. (in press). Hard to resist? The effect of smartphone visibility and notifications on response inhibition. <em>Journal of Media Psychology</em>.</p> <p>The project contains the following folders:</p> <ul> <li><strong>Preregistration</strong> contains the in-principle-accepted manuscript (up to the method).</li> <li><strong>Materials and Experiment</strong> contains the python and inquisit scripts for the task; the protocol is the experimental protocol we used; the video coding file is an overview of how we used videotapes to exclude those participants who touched their phones</li> <li><strong>Data</strong> contains all data files. For an explanation of the different files and their variables, see the readme file in the folder.</li> <li><strong>Analysis and Results</strong> contains the R script as well as the JASP files for the entire working file as well as for all contrasts.</li> </ul>
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