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Task Packets ------------ The materials for this RRR consist of a battery of paper/pencil tasks compiled into a packet. There are 8 different versions of the packet for all combinations of the conditions for the Srull & Wyer RRR (2 conditions) and the Mazar et al. RRR (2x2=4 conditions). We will also add the translated versions of these packets as they are completed by labs. You can download the zipped archive with all 8 packets from the files section or using the links below. Note that each packet should be printed/copied **single sided** and should be **stapled**. - **English** - [Packet in A4 page size][1] - [Packets in letter page size][2] - **Dutch** - [Packet in A4 page size][3] ---------- Coding and Data Entry --------------------- In addition to the packets, we have created a template Excel file for each lab to code/enter their data. And, we have created coding instructions for the paperclip creativity task and the 10-commandments task (the lead lab has used these instructions and found them to produce reliable codes. Those file are available below and from the Files section. - Data entry template ([Excel][4]) - coding instructions for the paperclip task ([Word][5]) - coding instructions for the 10-commandments task ([Word][6]) - sample paperclip/commdandments data for coding practice ([Excel][7]) **Update December 11, 2017**: Some of the exclusion rules specified in the protocol were somewhat ambiguous. The lead authors and editor drafted clarifications of the coding rules while they were still blind to the data and outcomes. - Clarified exclusion rules ([Word file][8]) [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]:
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