Afraid IAT data did not save in useable way


Afraid IAT data did not save in useable way

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Below is how my IAT data saved, but I do not see d-scores. Is there a way to calculate d-scores from what saved? Thanks!



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alrj13 - Saturday, December 30, 2017
Below is how my IAT data saved, but I do not see d-scores. Is there a way to calculate d-scores from what saved? Thanks!



If those are all the columns in the data files, then no, the data does not contain any calculated D-scores. You either used an ancient IAT script that didn't include the logic to calculated D at all or you altered the script's <data> element by accident, such as to include the expressions responsible for calculating D.

The data is not useless, though. You can, of course, calculate D-scores from the raw latency and correctness data available in the data files.

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alrj13 - Saturday, December 30, 2017
Below is how my IAT data saved, but I do not see d-scores. Is there a way to calculate d-scores from what saved? Thanks!



If those are all the columns in the data files, then no, the data does not contain any calculated D-scores. You either used an ancient IAT script that didn't include the logic to calculated D at all or you altered the script's <data> element by accident, such as to include the expressions responsible for calculating D.

The data is not useless, though. You can, of course, calculate D-scores from the raw latency and correctness data available in the data files.

Thank you. Do you happen to have a link to such syntax?
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Dave - Tuesday, January 2, 2018
alrj13 - Saturday, December 30, 2017
Below is how my IAT data saved, but I do not see d-scores. Is there a way to calculate d-scores from what saved? Thanks!



If those are all the columns in the data files, then no, the data does not contain any calculated D-scores. You either used an ancient IAT script that didn't include the logic to calculated D at all or you altered the script's <data> element by accident, such as to include the expressions responsible for calculating D.

The data is not useless, though. You can, of course, calculate D-scores from the raw latency and correctness data available in the data files.

Thank you. Do you happen to have a link to such syntax?

SPSS syntax you can use / adapt is available at the bottom of the IAT page in the library, under "SPSS Scripts for Data Analysis":
https://www.millisecond.com/download/library/IAT/

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