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Pieter Van Dessel

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Ian Hussey & Sean Hughes

Preregistrations

Dries Bostyn

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Ian Hussey & Jan De Houwer

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Jamie Cummins & Jan De Houwer

Automatic effects of instructions and different types of practice

Ariane Jim, Baptist Liefooghe & Jan De Houwer

3. Materials

Pieter Van Dessel

Study details

Jamie Cummins, Ian Hussey & Sean Hughes

Measures

Ian Hussey

Measures

Ian Hussey & Jan De Houwer

Data Analysis Plan

Pieter Van Dessel, Andreas Eder & Sean Hughes

Design

Pieter Van Dessel

Design

Pieter Van Dessel

Preregistrations

Dries Bostyn

Program

Zhang Chen

Design

Pieter Van Dessel
Design

Automatic effects of instructions and MI: partial replication study

Ariane Jim

Plan

Tal Moran, Ian Hussey & Jamie Cummins

Experiment 3

Pieter Van Dessel, Andreas Eder & Sean Hughes

Automatic stereotypes formation – traits inference

Tal Moran, Ian Hussey & Jamie Cummins

Alcohol inference training: Proof of principle study

Pieter Van Dessel, Reinout Wiers, Veronica Szpak & Anne Ter Haar
Alcohol inference training: Proof of principle study

Prediction of non-suicidal self-injury behavior using the autobiographical Implicit Association Test

Femke Cathelyn, Pieter Van Dessel & Jan De Houwer
The current study's aim is to test the utility of a new measure to detect and predict non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI). More specifically, we will examine the utility of the autobiographical Implicit Association Test (aIAT; Sartori, Agosta, Zogmaister, Ferrara & Castiello, 2008) within this context.

Students' experience of the coast in their daily lives

Marine Severin, Filip Raes, Ann Buysse & Gert Everaert
More qualitative data is needed to investigate how one experiences living near the coast and the impact of this experience on one's daily life. This study will thus focus on the following question: “How do students at the coast experience their daily interactions with the coast?. The study aims to provide an in-depth view of the personal experience of a sample that is almost on a daily basis exposed to the Belgian coast. For this,...

Fetherstonhaugh etal 1997 Study 1: replication & extension rerun (Sudan)

Ignazio Ziano, Siu Kit Yeung, Qinyu Xiao & Gilad Feldman
Please see pre-registration folder for pre-registration documents and the Qualtrics survey. (fixing "aspredicted" file comments/trackchanges)

Prioritization of effort cues in a Cued Reward Difficulty paradigm with Random Dot Motion task

Nicoleta Prutean, Wim Notebaert & C. Boehler
Recent literature suggests that preparatory cues predicting the level of trial difficulty and reward influence task performance (Krebs et al., 2012; Schevernels et al., 2014). Participants specifically improve performance on hard trials when a high reward is prospected as compared to a low reward. Vassena et al. (2019) have further investigated how reward and difficulty information is integrated in time. In an arithmetic task, participants showed the expected performance benefit for high reward trials compared...

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