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Distance stimuli used in Parkinson et al., Journal of Neuroscience, 2014
Temporal Distance stimuli were phrases referring to near or far time (e.g., "a few seconds from now"). Phrases and details of presentation are available in the paper, here.
Social Distance stimuli were photographs provided by each individual participant (see paper, here).
Spatial Distance stimuli (4 near objects, 4 far objects):
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- These images were created by Marian Berryhill and are a subset of images from Berryhill & Olson, 2009. Use of these images should be accompanied by appropriate credit to:
Berryhill, M.E., & Olson, I.R. (2009). The representation of object distance: Evidence from neuroimaging and neuropsychology. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 3:43. http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/neuro.09.043.2009
Music-movement slider bar program (GitHub)
Sievers et al., PNAS, 2013
Human, Doll, Real dog, Stuffed dog pictures (Looser et al., SCAN, 2011)
Animacy morphs (Looser & Wheatley, Psychological Science, 2010)
Disgust stories (Wheatley & Haidt, Psychological Science, 2005)
Screening script (Abridged Shor & Orne, 1962 hypnosis script used to assess likely highly hypnotizable subjects for the experimental studies)
Experiment script (Modified Shor & Orne, 1962 hypnosis script used in studies 1 & 2)