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<p>The Attitudes, Identities, and Individual Differences (AIID) Study is a very large (N &gt; 200,000), multivariate dataset of social and personality measures collected at <a href="https://implicit.harvard.edu/" rel="nofollow">Project Implicit</a>. This dataset has a variety of potential applications for social cognition research, and a <a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zKqFrMzGsQga7XgBOwWGlmLI4aTfGo4T-xe-Hw-jP5A" rel="nofollow">call for Registered Reports</a> is currently open. Please see the Experimental Design component for a description of the methodology, the Data component for the codebooks, or contact Charlie Ebersole (<a href="mailto:cebersole@virginia.edu">cebersole@virginia.edu</a>) to get access the exploratory datasubset.</p>
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