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Journal of Open Psychology Data
23 Publications
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  • A Large Dataset of Generalization Patterns in the Number Game

    We present a dataset with 272,700 two-alternative forced choice responses in a simple numerical task modeled after Tenenbaum’s “number game” experiment [6]. Subjects were shown a set (e.g. {16, 12}) and asked what other numbers were likely to belong to that set (e.g. 1, 5, 2, 98). Their generalization patterns reflect both rule-like (e.g. ‘even numbers,’ ‘powers of two’) and distance-based (e.g. ‘numbers near 50’) generalization. This dataset is available for further analysis of these simple ...

    Data from ‘Critical Slowing Down as a Personalized Early Warning Signal for Depression’

    We present a dataset of a single (N = 1) participant diagnosed with major depressive disorder, who completed 1478 measurements over the course of 239 consecutive days in 2012 and 2013. The experiment included a double-blind phase in which the dosage of anti-depressant medication was gradually reduced. The entire study looked at momentary affective states in daily life before, during, and after the double-blind phase. The items, which were asked ten times a day, cover topics like mood, physica...

    Relative Meaning Frequencies for 100 Homonyms: British eDom Norms

    This data set contains British-English ratings of meaning frequencies for 100 homonyms, i.e., words with multiple unrelated meanings (e.g., “money/river bank”). The homonyms were carefully selected based on linguistic principles, dictionary entries, and subjective ratings, and were validated for future studies examining meaning-frequency effects on homonym processing. Meaning frequencies were rated by 100 native British-English speakers (living throughout the UK) using the eDom norming proced...

    Data from Paper “False-Positive Psychology: Undisclosed Flexibility in Data Collection and Analysis Allows Presenting Anything as Significant”

    The data includes measures collected for the two experiments reported in “False-Positive Psychology” [1] where listening to a randomly assigned song made people feel younger (Study 1) or actually be younger (Study 2). These data are useful because they illustrate inflations of false positive rates due to flexibility in data collection, analysis, and reporting of results. Data are useful for educational purposes.

    Taxonomic and Thematic Relatedness Ratings for 659 Word Pairs

    These data are comprised of taxonomic and thematic relatedness ratings for 300 target words paired with taxonomically related and/or thematically related words for a total of 659 word pairs. The pairs come from 4 prior studies and were normed through surveys provided online using Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. Pairs were rated in terms of both their taxonomic similarity and their thematic relationship. The data are provided as comma-separated (.csv) and R data (.rdata) files and can be used to cre...
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