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kidstroop

Repository for manuscript "Real-world size is automatically encoded in preschoolers’ object representations"

  1. All analyses available in KidStroopAnalyses.Rmd or in rendered .html. Manuscript is written in Microsoft word; results paragraphs are duplicated across the analysis html file and the .doc file.

  2. Stimuli examples (both as displays and single images) are in stimuli. Originally taken from Konkle & Oliva, 2012

Konkle, T., & Oliva, A. (2012). A familiar-size Stroop effect: real-world size is an automatic property of object representation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38(3), 561.

See main analyses at https://brialorelle.github.io/kidstroop/KidStroopAnalyses.html

Feel free to email me at bria@stanford.edu with questions.

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