Data Archive

Click on the ‘DataArchive’ links to access the excel files containing the data for the experiments reported in each paper.



Paper: Espino, O. & Byrne, R.M.J.  (2017).  Thinking about the opposite of what is said: Counterfactual dual meaning can contain symbolic as well as embodied simulation.  Submitted manuscript.

Data: Espino&Byrne December 2017 Counterfactuals and Embodiment Data Archive Exp1-9



Paper: Byrne, R.M.J. & Timmons, S. (2017).  Moral Hindsight for Good Actions and the Effects of Imagined Alternatives to Reality. Submitted manuscript.

Data:  Byrne&Timmons DataArchive 6thOct2017


Paper: Timmons, S. & Byrne, R.M.J. (2017). Moral Fatigue:The Effects of Cognitive Fatigue on Moral Reasoning. Submitted manuscript.

Data: Timmons&Byrne 2017 DataArchive

MORENO-RIOS & BYRNE 2017 Thinking & Reasoning

Paper: Moreno-Rios, S., & Byrne, R.M.J. (2017). Inferences from disclosures about the truth and falsity of expert testimony. Thinking and Reasoning. In press. pdf

Data: Moreno-Rios&Byrne 2017 Thinking&Reasoning DataArchive

PARKINSON & BYRNE 2017 Thinking and Reasoning

Paper: Parkinson, M. & Byrne, R.M.J. (2017). Counterfactual and Semi-factual Thoughts in Moral Judgments about Failed Attempts to Harm. Thinking and Reasoning, 23, 4, 409-448.    pdf

Data:Parkinson&Byrne 2017 Thinking and Reasoning DataArchive

PARKINSON & BYRNE 2017 Judgment & Decision Making

Paper: Parkinson, M. & Byrne, R.M.J. (2017). Moral Judgments of Risky Choices: A Moral Echoing Effect. Judgment and Decision Making, 12, 3, 236-252.  pdf

Data:  Parkinson&Byrne 2017 Judgment & Decision Making DataArchive

PARKINSON & BYRNE 2017 Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology

Paper: Parkinson, M. & Byrne, R.M.J. (2017). Judgments of moral responsibility and wrongness for intentional and accidental harm and purity violations. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. In press. pdf

Data: Parkinson&Byrne 2017 QuarterlyJournalofExperimentalPsychology DataArchive

RASGA, QUELHAS & BYRNE 2017 Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders

Paper: Rasga, C., Quelhas, A.C., & Byrne, R.M.J. (2017). How children with autism reason about other’s intentions: False belief and counterfactual inferences. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 47, 1806-1817. pdf

Data:RasgaQuelhas&Byrne 2017 Data Archive JADD

COUTO, QUELHAS, & BYRNE 2017 Journal of Cognitive Psychology

Paper: Couto, C., Quelhas, A.C., & Byrne, R.M.J. (2017). Advice conditionals about tips and warnings:interpretations and inferences. Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 29, 3, 364-380. pdf

Data: CoutoQuelhas&Byrne 2017 JournalofCognitivePsychology DataArchive

RASGA, QUELHAS & BYRNE 2016 Cognitive Development

Paper:  Rasga, C., Quelhas, A. C., & Byrne, R. M. (2016). Children’s reasoning about other’s intentions: False-belief and counterfactual conditional inferences. Cognitive Development, 40, 46-59. pdf

Data: RasgaQuelhas&Byrne 2016 CognitiveDevelopment DataArchive


Data: Byrne Timmons Almeida 2016 Templeton AnnualReport DataArchive


Data: Almeida&Byrne 2015 Templeton AnnualReport DataArchive

JUHOS, QUELHAS & BYRNE 2015 Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition

Paper: Juhos, C., Quelhas, A.C., & Byrne, R.M.J. (2015). Reasoning about intentions: Counterexamples to reasons for actions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition. 41, 1, 55-76.pdf

Data: JuhosQuelhas&Byrne 2014 JEP-LMC DataArchive

GUBBINS & BYRNE 2014 Thinking and Reasoning

Paper: Gubbins, E. & Byrne, R.M.J. (2014). Dual processes of emotion and reason in judgments about moral dilemmas. Thinking and Reasoning, 20 (2), 245-268 . DOI:10.1080/13546783.2013.877400

Data: Gubbins&Byrne 2014 Thinking&Reasoning DataArchive

ESPINO & BYRNE 2013 Cognitive Psychology

Paper:    Espino, O., & Byrne, R. M. J. (2013). The compatibility heuristic in non-categorical hypothetical reasoning: Inferences between conditionals and disjunctions. Cognitive Psychology, 67 (3), 98-129.

Data:    Espino& Byrne 2013 Cognitive Psychology Data Archive Experiment 1A-5B


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