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<h2>Files included:</h2> <ul> <li>Qualtrics template for the CET studies (general, comparable to Study 1, 2, 5) </li> <li>Study 3 Flanker task MediaLab/Direct RT study (zip file)</li> <li>Study 7a Qualtrics file (Anchoring dependent variable, neutral manipulation, same DV as Study 4)</li> <li>Study 8 Qualtrics study</li> <li>Study 9 Restricted Writing Qualtrics study*</li> <li>Study 10 Self-Affirmation Qualtrics study*</li> <li>Zip file of all of the videos used for all of the studies except for Study 6</li> </ul> <p>*for each, one of two versions is online, and there was a second counterbalanced version</p> <h2>Still forthcoming:</h2> <ul> <li>Datasets (need to determine which consent forms which participants signed, to determine whether specific datasets can be posted publicly or privately)</li> <li>Study 5 Anagram task MediaLab/Direct RT study (zip file)</li> <li>Organizing all files to make more accessible</li> </ul> <h2>Specific details of (pre-registered) Study 8:</h2> <p><strong>Methods</strong></p> <ul> <li>8 blocks (4 rejuvenated and 4 either neutral or depleting)</li> <li>manipulations are ~75 seconds long </li> <li>neutral condition consists of answering easy questions about oneself (2 neutral blocks) and of sorting names of objects into easy category (e.g. sorting words by the first letter; 2 neutral blocks)</li> </ul> <p>Sample size will be 80 participants. </p> <p><strong>Neutral Tasks</strong></p> <p>The neutral tasks selected were piloted on MTurk along with 5 other potentially neutral tasks. We selected and used the two tasks which evoked the smallest within-subject change in participant's mood (pleasant to unpleasant), fatigue (fatigued to energized), and "motivation" (lazy to motivated) self-reports. The distribution of neutral tasks was between-subject, and changes in subjective state was collected pre-task vs. post-task. </p>
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