Guide to the lab



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PERSONAL FOLDER: Folder name: Name lead author-year of publication-journal (e.g., Smith2015Emotion).

- Each folder has subfolders, containing data from different research projects.

- Names of subfolders should clearly reflect the contents (e.g., year of data collection, name of research project, or name of journal in which these data were published).

CONTENTS OF EACH FOLDER


    1. ETHICS

  • Ethics Protocol and Approval (PDF exported from EC site)

  • Information brochure, materials and debriefing brochure (as uploaded in the EC submission).




    1. METHOD, MEASURES, MATERIALS

  • The experiment scripts (e.g., the Presentation or Eprime task code) and stimuli

  • PDF of paper-pencil questionnaires.

  • If online survey software is used (e.g., Qualtrics), it is often possible to export the questions in PDF. Always include a description of the exact version and platform of the software used. For proprietary software (written expressly for an experiment, e.g., by TOP), a zip file with the software itself may be uploaded with installation instructions and a clear mention of the platform (e.g., Windows XP or higher) and machine (e.g., Esprima PC).




    1. DATA COLLECTION

  • Appropriate configuration parameters (e.g., EEG configuration files)

  • File with lab log with entries identified by date and experimenter; subjects identified by participant number, any subject-related materials or comments

  • Raw data files (e.g., Presentation output files)


    1. DATA ANALYSIS


  • All scripts and syntax-files used to transform and/or analyze the data (e.g., Excel files, SPSS.sav and syntax files, EEG and MRI analysis scripts).

  • A file noting details about the data analysis of specific subjects relevant for replication

  • A list of dropped subjects plus reason for exclusion

  • A code book: description of all variable names and labels with sufficient detail to understand both the raw and processed data

  • The transformed data that formed the basis for all analyses in the published paper.




    1. PAPERS OR REPORTS

  • The final, submitted manuscript (PDF, refer to as final publication).

Data Sharing. In order to promote free accessibility of data, we recommend putting data in an online repository, such as DANS or OSF (Open Science Framework, see https://osf.io/).


For technical questions about storage, please contact Marco Teunisse (m.teunisse@uva.nl), coördinator FMG lab; for other questions contact Agneta Fischer (a.h.fischer@uva.nl), director Psychology Research Institute.




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