Research data supporting "Let Me Take The Wheel: Illusory Control and Sense of Agency"
Limbrick-Oldfield, Eve H.
Gillan, Claire M.
Moore, James W.
Aitken, Michael R.F.
University of Cambridge
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Tobias-Webb, J., Limbrick-Oldfield, E. H., Gillan, C. M., Moore, J. W., Aitken, M. R., & Clark, L. (2016). Research data supporting "Let Me Take The Wheel: Illusory Control and Sense of Agency" [Dataset]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.516
This study used a novel card-guessing task to investigate the relationship between subjective and behavioural illusory control. We compared trials in which participants (i) had no opportunity to exercise illusory control, (ii) could exercise illusory control for free, or (iii) could pay to exercise illusory control. Contingency Judgment and Intentional Binding tasks assessed explicit and implicit sense of agency, respectively. Self report data was also collected.
Excel, SAS University edition, Microsoft Office
Agency, Gambling, Illusion of Control, Contingency Judgment, Intentional Binding, Cognitive Distortions
Wellcome Trust (101521/Z/12/Z) Cambridge Australia Poynton Scholarship British Columbia Lottery Corporation
This record's DOI: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.516
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