This dataset is based on study 3 in (20) and contains binary responses to the question, “Which of the following two cities has more inhabitants?” The stimulus set consisted of 1000 randomly generated pairs of cities from a list of the 100 most populous cities in the United States in 2010 as determined by the U.S. Census Bureau. After observing a fixation cross, participants saw a pair of cities, and after 1.6 s, they were cued to make a decision. Participants rated 1000 pairs, distributed over two sessions. Participants (n = 109) were recruited from the Michigan State University (MSU) psychology research participant pool and received class credits plus a $0 to $4 bonus per session. Informed consent was obtained from participants according to the guidelines of the MSU Institutional Review Board. We excluded participants who did not complete both sessions, resulting in 99 participants, all of whom provided a decision on each of the 1000 city pairs.

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