Repeated-Measures Depletion Meta-Analysis & Neutral Manipulation

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Description: Meta-analysis code, experiment files (including the recovery videos), and supplemental materials for "Development of a Within-Subject, Repeated-Measures Ego Depletion Paradigm: Inconsistent Results and Future Recommendations". This page also includes the pre-registration for Study 8a and 8b ("Study 8 Hypotheses"), and a link to the pre-registration for Study 6 ("Mechanisms underlying self-control training"). Finally, the originally submitted version of the manuscript is available below, linked to PsyArXiv. The posted manuscript will be updated to the peer-reviewed version 12 months after publication in Social Psychology.

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  • Meta-analysis

    The current R file for the analyses associated with the meta-analysis and the individual study. Data-files still arriving.

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  • Mechanisms underlying self-control training | Registered: 2015-03-05 12:32 UTC

    A four-week self-control intervention study.

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  • Development of a Within-Subject, Repeated-Measures Ego Depletion Paradigm: Inconsistent Results and Future Recommendations

    The ego-depletion effect is currently under scrutiny for low replicability, possibly reflecting the limited statistical power available in between-sub...

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