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  1. Albrecht C. P. Küfner

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Description: The aim of the PILS-Study is to investigate the initial development of personality and social relationships in a laboratory-based setting. Here you can find an official form (pils_data_request.docx) to apply for a collaboration on PILS' data. If you intend to initiate a collaboration, please first complete the form by providing us with your and your co-researchers details, by outlining the research idea, and by giving us information on the data sources you need. Second, please adapt the variable selection file (pils_variable_selection_2_1.R) for each requested data source by the specific variables you like to analyse. Thus, to be able to successfully complete the 2-step application process, you need to know which data sources are of interest and within each data source which variables are of interest. We will only consider complete applications that consist of 1) the Pils collaboration request and 2) the adapted Pils variable selection R-file.

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