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  • Selected ICAR Data from the SAPA-Project: Development and Initial Validation of a Public-Domain Measure

    Condon, David M.; Revelle, William (2016)
    These data were collected during the initial evaluation of the International Cognitive Ability Resource (ICAR) project. ICAR is an international collaborative effort to develop open-source public-domain tools for cognitive ability assessment, including tools that can be administered in non-proctored environments (e.g., online administration) and those which are based on automatic item generation algorithms. These data provide initial validation of the first four ICAR item types as reported in...

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

    Simmons, Joseph P; Nelson, Leif D; Simonsohn, Uri (2014)
    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.

    Correction: Data from 617 Healthy Participants Performing the Iowa Gambling Task: A “Many Labs” Collaboration

    Steingroever, Helen; Davis, Hasker; Fridberg, Daniel J.; Horstmann, Annette; Kjome, Kimberly L.; Kumari, Veena; Lane, Scott D.; Maia, Tiago V.; McClelland, James L.; Pachur, Thorsten; Premkumar, Preethi; Stout, Julie C.; Wetzels, Ruud; Wood, Stacey; Worthy, Darrell A.;... (2015)
    This article details a correction to the article: Steingroever, H. et al., (2015). Data from 617 Healthy Participants Performing the Iowa Gambling Task: A “Many Labs” Collaboration. Journal of Open Psychology Data. 3:e5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/jopd.ak

    Data from “Changes in test-taking patterns over time” concerning the Flynn Effect in Estonia

    Must, Olev; Must, Aasa (2014)
    The dataset from our previous 'Intelligence' paper consists of data collected from the National Intelligence Tests (NIT, Estonian adaptation) at two historical time points: in 1933/36 (N=890) and in 2006, (N=913). The average age of the students was 13 years. The data-file consists of information about the cohort, age, and gender and test results at the item level for nine of the ten NIT subtests and subtest scores for the 10th subtest. The three answer types are separated into three categori...

    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 ...
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