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This is the project for **The Relationship Between Online Vigilance and Affective Well-Being in Everyday Life: Combining Smartphone Logging with Experience Sampling**. The project contains four components: * **Data, Analysis, and Figures** contains all raw data, the R scripts for data processing and analysis, and the figures. * **Materials** contains all materials for the study: instructions and survey files. * **Online Supplementary Materials** provide additional online information that is not in the manuscript. * **Raw Data Processing** contains the data processing scripts fro the raw logging data. For an explanation of the file structure and all files within each component, please see the wiki pages for respective component.
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