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Overview This is the Open Science Framework page for the Action-sentence Compatibility Effect (ACE) large-scale replication project. ACE is a motor compatibility effect first reported by Glenberg and Kaschak (2002). The canonical demonstration of the ACE is as follows. Participants read (or listen to) sentences describing directional action (e.g., "Meghan handed you the book" is an action toward y...

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  • Scrambled data

    The scrambled data for blinded analysis

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  • ACE Replication Project preprint


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