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Journal of Open Psychology Data
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  • Data from, ‘Web-based Positive Psychology Interventions: A Reexamination of Effectiveness’

    Woodworth, Rosalind J.; O'Brien-Malone, Angela; Diamond, Mark R.; Schüz, Benjamin (2018)
    We present two datasets. The first dataset comprises 992 point-in-time records of self-reported happiness and depression in 295 participants, each assigned to one of four intervention groups, in a study of the effect of web-based positive-psychology interventions. Each point-in-time measurement consists of a participant’s responses to the 24 items of the Authentic Happiness Inventory and to the 20 items of the Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression (CES-D) scale. Measurements were soug...

    A Large Dataset of Generalization Patterns in the Number Game

    Bigelow, Eric; Piantadosi, Steven T. (2016)
    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 ...

    Relative Meaning Frequencies for 100 Homonyms: British eDom Norms

    Maciejewski, Greg; Klepousniotou, Ekaterini (2016)
    Projects: RCUK | White Rose ESRC Doctoral Training Centre DTG 2011 (ES/J500215/1)
    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 ‘Embodied Terror Management: Interpersonal Touch Alleviates Existential Concerns among Individuals with Low Self-esteem’

    Mandy Tjew-A-Sin; Iris Karoline Schneider; Sander Leon Koole (2015)
    The dataset includes data from the four studies reported in our 'Embodied terror management' paper. The data was collected at either the campus or at the psychology lab at the VU University Amsterdam in 2011/2012 among Dutch-speaking student samples. The dataset consists of the measures described in the paper. The data can be used for replication purposes, meta-analyses, and exploratory analyses, as well as cross-cultural comparisons of mortality salience effects. The authors also welcome col...

    Taxonomic and Thematic Relatedness Ratings for 659 Word Pairs

    Jon-Frederick Landrigan; Daniel Mirman (2016)
    Projects: NIH | Dynamics of Spoken Word Comprehension in Aphasia (5R01DC010805-06)
    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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