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Procedure

Ian Hussey & Jan De Houwer

Program

Zhang Chen

Visual world eyetracking using WebGazer.js

Mieke Slim & Robert Hartsuiker
In this project, we shall test whether we can consumer-grade webcams to conduct visual world eye-tracking research could be moved to an online setting. We will do these online eye-tracking experiments by tracking the eye-movements of the participants using WebGazer.js, which is a javascript library that uses the participant’s webcam to detect the pupils of the participants and then estimates eye-movements on the computer screen using regression analysis (Papoutsaki et al., 2016). In this first...

Vegan/Meat Diets

Ziad Choueiki, Maggie Geuens, Adriaan Spruyt & Iris Vermeir

Exploring the interaction of sexual, perceptual, and motivational factors in young men’s responses to ambiguously consensual scenarios.

Aoife Cartwright, Ian Hussey, Julia Heiman & Amber Craig

Moral Conformity in Personal and Impersonal Moral Dilemmas

Mariola Paruzel-Czachura & Dries Bostyn
Our key question is whether there is a phenomenon of moral conformity for personal and impersonal moral dilemmas. We will investigate whether social group can influence the declared moral judgments and if it does, to what extent. We plan to study moral decision making focusing on personal and impersonal moral dilemmas. By personal moral dilemma, we understand: – the sacrificial harm can reasonably be expected to lead to serious bodily harm, – the sacrificial harm...

Does reward actually reinforce motor representations? A TMS study.

Gillian Debra, Senne Braem & Carsten Bundt

J. Commentaries and responses to the main article

Tal Moran, Sean Hughes, Ian Hussey, Miguel Vadillo, Michael Olson, Katherine Fritzlen, Justyna Sarzyńska-Wawer, Frederik Aust, Karoline Bading, Robert Balas, Taylor Benedict, Olivier Corneille, Samantha Douglas, Melissa Ferguson, Anne Gast, Bertram Gawronski, Tamara Giménez-Fernández, Krzysztof Hanusz, Tobias Heycke, Fabia Högden, Mandy Hütter, Benedek Kurdi, Adrien Mierop, Jasmin Richter, Colin Smith … & Jan De Houwer

Data

Ian Hussey & Jan De Houwer

Design

Pieter Van Dessel & Helen Tibboel
Design

Hypotheses

Pieter Van Dessel & Helen Tibboel

Design Experiment 1

Pieter Van Dessel

Program

Joris Van de Cavey & Robert Hartsuiker

Program

Joris Van de Cavey & Robert Hartsuiker

Raw Data

Pieter Van Dessel

4. Hypotheses

Pieter Van Dessel

Study 7 Shared Feature (Location & Minimal Groups Paradigm)

Sean Hughes, Simone Mattavelli, Jan De Houwer & Ian Hussey

Raw Data

Zhang Chen

Measures

Jamie Cummins & Jan De Houwer

Hypotheses

Pieter Van Dessel

Study 4 EC Shared Feature Color Equivalence

Sean Hughes, Simone Mattavelli & Jan De Houwer

Plans

Sarah Kasran, Sean Hughes & Jan De Houwer

Data

Jamie Cummins, Ian Hussey & Sean Hughes

Raw Data

Pieter Van Dessel

I. Supplementary materials for the main article

Tal Moran, Sean Hughes, Ian Hussey, Miguel Vadillo, Michael Olson, Katherine Fritzlen, Justyna Sarzyńska-Wawer, Frederik Aust, Karoline Bading, Robert Balas, Taylor Benedict, Olivier Corneille, Samantha Douglas, Melissa Ferguson, Anne Gast, Bertram Gawronski, Tamara Giménez-Fernández, Krzysztof Hanusz, Tobias Heycke, Fabia Högden, Mandy Hütter, Benedek Kurdi, Adrien Mierop, Jasmin Richter, Colin Smith … & Jan De Houwer

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