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Description: In the second study (study 1 in the second paper), we conducted an online-experiment in which we studied how the exposure to different social network site feeds (high visual disclosure of users vs. low visual disclosure by users) affects people's inferences about the prevailing norms and their potential likelihood to disclose themselves in these environments.

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Content Each study's results within the broader project can be reproduced individually. On this page, you can find the data (anonymized) and the analysis scripts that are sourced in the main manuscript. You will also find the materials (survey questionnaire) used in the study. How to reproduce the results Download all folders on this page Open "study2_analysis.r" with RStudio Make sure all packa...

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