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Leonid Rozenblit and Frank Keil "The misunderstood limits of folk science: an illusion of explanatory depth."

* Stimuli used in Studies 1-3: item-set A.
* Stimuli used in Studies 1-3: item-set B.
* Stimuli used in Study 4, item-set A. 4 out of the 32 Study 4 participants received this version of the stimuli, and another four received the same item set with the order of the items reversed.
* Stimuli used in Study 4, item-set B. 4 out of the 32 Study 4 participants received this version of the stimuli, and another four received the same item set with the order of the items reversed.
* Stimuli used in Study 4, item-set C. 4 out of the 32 Study 4 participants received this version of the stimuli, and another four received the same item set with the order of the items reversed.
* Stimuli used in Study 4, item-set D. 4 out of the 32 Study 4 participants received this version of the stimuli, and another four received the same item set with the order of the items reversed.
* Instructions used in Study 5.
* Instructions used in Study 6. Except for the modified instructions, the stimuli were identical to those used in Studies 1-3.
* Stimuli used in Study 7: item-set A.
* Stimuli used in Study 7: item-set B.
* Stimuli used in Study 8: item-set A.
* Stimuli used in Study 8: item-set B.
* Stimuli used in Study 9.
* Stimuli used in Study 10: item-set A.
* Stimuli used in Study 10: item-set B.
* Stimuli used in Study 11. Half of the Study 11 participants received this version of the stimuli, and the other half received a version with the items in the reverse order.
* Stimuli used in Study 12a. Half of the Study 11 participants received this version of the stimuli, and the other half received a version with the items in the reverse order.



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