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Here you can find the data and analysis scripts that accompany [this manuscript][1]. To replicate the analyses and figures, from the raw data, you need to download everything in the [Analysis folder][3]. Open matlab and add the functions and tapas folders (with subfolders) to the path. Edit the script [Analysis_OSF.m][4] such that the directories refer to your local machine (not mine!). Finally, run the script and enjoy the figures! Note that the modelling was conducted using Matlab R2014b and we cannot guarantee that it works with other versions of Matlab. To run the inferential statistics download [OSF_all_data.sav][6] and [Syntax_OSF.sps][7] (both in analysis folder). Open in SPSS and run the syntax. [1]: https://osf.io/nrzju/ [3]: https://osf.io/z59us/files/ [4]: https://osf.io/7d8cs/ [5]: https://osf.io/rh8j6/ [6]: https://osf.io/w76bu/ [7]: https://osf.io/a4v8r/
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