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Thanks for the paper. Can you please report effect sizes (preferably eta-squared or cohen's ds) and confidence intervals, at least on your main contrasts?

Thank you,

Eric Schwitzgebel

Hi Zach -- Sorry for the slow comment approval! I agree that effect sizes are important and CIs, especially for null effects. The article is already so loaded with numbers, we'll have to think carefully about whether to add a whole new set. For the percentage comparisons, effect sizes can be calculated by the reader with just the N's and the percentages; and for the regressions the e^betas are an effect size measure, and we put CIs around the crucial null results there. But I'll consult with Fiery. Maybe we should add a little more effect size detail.

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