11,963 Works

Archived Facebook platform boundary resources

Fernando van der Vlist & Anne Helmond
Collection of archived Facebook platform boundary resources (2006–2018), derived from the Internet Archive (archive.org) until November 2018. Data deposition for the journal article “Facebook’s evolution: Development of a platform-as-infrastructure,” by A. Helmond, D. B. Nieborg, & F. N. van der Vlist. Internet Histories: Digital Technology, Culture and Society 3.1 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1080/24701475.2019.1593667.

The Attitudes, Identities, and Individual Differences (AIID) Study and Dataset

Ian Hussey, Sean Hughes, Calvin Lai, Charles Ebersole, Jordan Axt & Brian Nosek
A large dataset for investigating relations among implicit and explicit attitudes and identities, motivations, beliefs, knowledge, and popular individual difference measures. Shiny app using a 15% data subset available here: https://mmmdata.shinyapps.io/AIIDexplorer/.

YOLO Hardware Project

Patrícia Alves-Oliveira, Patricia Arriaga, Ana Paiva & Guy Hoffman
YOLO, a social robot for creativity stimulation. This project contains the hardware components for building YOLO.

Rare Adventist Corpora

Warren Stevens & Allison Stevens
Public domain texts for Natural Language Processing and analysis.

Opinions and Gaze Coordination

Alexandra Paxton, Rick Dale & Daniel Richardson
Code and stimuli for "Seeing the other side: Conflict and controversy increase gaze coordination" (Paxton, Dale, & Richardson, submitted). Licensing may differ for each component and is noted under the relevant file components.

Age-related decline in positive emotional reactivity and emotion regulation in a population-derived cohort

Susanne Schweizer, Jason Stretton, Janna van Belle, Darren Price, Andrew Calder, CamCAN & Tim Dalgleish
Human older age ushers in functional decline across the majority of cognitive domains. A notable exception seems be affective processing, with older people reporting higher levels of emotional well-being. Here we evaluated age-related changes in emotional reactivity and regulation in a representative subsample (n=104; 23-88 years) of the population-derived Cambridge Centre for Ageing and Neuroscience cohort. Performance on a film-based emotion reactivity and regulation task in the MRI scanner showed an age-related decline in positive...

Immersive Scholar

Erica Hayes, Micah Vandegrift, Shelby Hallman, Walt Gurley, Markus Wust, Mike Nutt, Jasmine Lang, David Reagan, Eric Johnson, Chris Hoffman, Patrick Rashleigh, Mildred Nicaragua & Robert Wallace
This is the central repository for all outputs of the "Visualizing Digital Scholarship in Libraries and Learning Spaces" project. Detailed information is available at immersivescholar.org.

Do aligned bodies align minds? The partners’ body alignment as a constraint on spatial perspective use.

Alexia Galati, Angelina Symeonidou & Marios Avraamides
In a direction-giving task, we examine whether a high-level constraint–the task partners’ relative body alignment–influences spatial language use and task accuracy. In 32 pairs, task partners interacted in two conditions: for one route description, direction givers (DGs) and direction followers (DFs) sat side-by-side (aligned condition), and for another they sat opposite one another (counter-aligned condition). After each description, DFs drew the route on a map. When pairs were counter-aligned (vs. aligned), DGs increased their use...

Testing the knappability of differentially heat-treated silcrete

Justin Pargeter & Patrick Schmidt
Intentional stone heat treatment is an important marker for prehistoric behavioural variability. Yet, the relationship between differences in heat-treatment strategies and variations in stone tool-making processes remains understudied and poorly understood. We report on two experiments testing wood fuels and heating strategies applied to silcrete nodules from ~60 km south of Diepkloof Rock shelter in South Africa with early evidence for intentional silcrete heat treatment. We flaked the heated silcrete nodules to maximize flake production....

Comment on draft ACRCR 28-feb-2017

Klaas van Dijk
This project contains my comments on the draft of the new version of the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research (ACRCR). This comment was submitted on 28 February 2017. It was received in good order by the NHMRC (the National Health and Medical Research Council) of the Australian Government. It is stated at https://consultations.nhmrc.gov.au/files/consultations/drafts/resources/frequentlyaskedquestionsfinal.pdf that all comments will be made public. This has until now not happened. [Update 10 July 2019, see https://consultations.nhmrc.gov.au/public_consultations/submissions/australian_code...

Peranan Standar Mutu dan Akreditasi Institusi Pendidikan dalam Realita Masyarakat Indonesia

Muhamad Mahdiannur
Quality of education is a benchmark for achieving national education standards. Changes in the world of education in the era of disruptive innovation require a quality education system and fulfill the feasibility of achieving the wishes of the community. This study used big data analysis techniques from Google Trends database for the 2014-2018 period that focused on the Indonesian region. The results of the study showed that the community doesn’t understand the quality of education,...

Two-step actions in infancy - the TWAIN model

Janna Gottwald, Gustaf Gredebäck & Marcus Lindskog
In this paper, we propose a novel model – the TWAIN-model – to describe the durations of two-step actions in a reach-to-place task in human infants. Previous research demonstrates that infants and adults plan their actions across multiple steps. They adjust, for instance, the velocity of a reaching action depending on what they intend to do with the object once it is grasped. Despite these findings and irrespective of the larger context in which the...

Simple noise estimates and pseudoproxies for the last 21k years

Oliver Bothe, Sebastian Wagner & Eduardo Zorita
Climate reconstructions are means to extract the signal from uncertain paleo-observations, so called proxies. It is essential to evaluate these reconstructions to understand and quantify their uncertainties. Similarly, comparing climate simulations and proxies requires approaches to bridge the temporal and spatial differences between both and address their specific uncertainties. One way to achieve these two goals are so called pseudoproxies. These are surrogate proxy records within the virtual reality of a climate simulation. They in...

Research compendium: Evaluation of App-Embedded Disease Scales for Aiding Visual Severity Estimation of Cercospora Leaf Spot of Table Beet.

Emerson Del Ponte
Research compendium for the data analysis of the manuscript "Evaluation of App-Embedded Disease Scales for Aiding Visual Severity Estimation of Cercospora Leaf Spot of Table Beet"

Mapping prosody onto meaning - the case of information structure in American English

Timo Roettger & Jennifer Cole
Abstract: Prosody is a central part of human speech, with prosodic modulations of the signal expressing important communicative functions such as the structuring of information in an utterance. Yet, the exact mechanisms of how listeners map prosodic aspects of the speech signal onto speaker-intended discourse functions are only poorly understood and previous experimental work yields inconclusive results. Here we present three perception experiments with American English listeners that test the mapping between the prosodic form...

Choice Perseveration in Value-Based Decision Making: The Impact of Inter-Trial Interval and Mood

Martin Schoemann, Ulrike Senftleben, Diana Schwenke, Maja Dshemuchadse & Stefan Scherbaum
Supplementary materials to the article 'Choice Perseveration in Value-Based Decision Making: The Impact of Inter-Trial Interval and Mood' published in Acta Psychologica

Rhythmically structured encoding leads to enhanced recognition and distinct neural processes compared to arrhythmic encoding.

Alexander Jones & Emma Ward
This projects invetsigates whether rhythmic presentation of stimuli improves memory. The page contains raw data from our EEG experiment. The analysis pipeline (EEG) was done in Brain vision Analyzer. The behavioural data is available in excel format. If you have any questions or want the data in any other format then please do not hesitate to contact us: Alexander jones (a.j.jones@mdx.ac.uk) & Emma Ward (e.ward@mdx.ac.uk)

Registration Year

  • 2018

Resource Types

  • Text
  • Dataset

Data Centers

  • Open Science Framework