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Check out Psychological Science articles with the "Open Data Badge". There's also the Journal of Open Psychology Data.
See this previous question about journals that specialise in publishing psychological datasets. See the reproducible-research tag for some more specific examples. PlosOne Psychology has recently increased its requirements to supply raw data. So recent psychological research in the journal is more likely to have data attached to the manuscript. I did a ...
The relevant concepts are set size and span. The set size is usually the amount of items to be remembered in a memory task, but technically only refers to the amount of information that must be held in (working) memory to complete the memory task at hand, while the span is the amount actually remembered. With this in mind, your topic can be stated as being ...
I have started to see a fair bit of discussion about reproducible meta-analysis. Tim Churches seems to have a github repository with a few examples of meta-analyses in R. See in particular the public health example: RMarkdown source Formatted Markdown output
As far as my knowledge goes, I don't think these two types of reasoning in cogsci are any different to other forms of inductive or deductive reasoning: one is a bottom-up approach and the other a top-down process. Deductive reasoning starts at the general and moves towards the specific, going from theory to hypothesis, observation to a confirmation. This ...
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