Data for: From photograph to face-to-face: Brief interactions change person and personality judgments
Contributors: Liam Satchell
... Data set on person judgments before (from photographs) and after a brief interaction. See paper for more details
Contributors: Laurentiu Maricutoiu, Keith Payne, Dragos Iliescu
... Data for: It works both ways. Enhancing self-esteem using the self-reference task
Contributors: Hagop Sarkissian, Mark Phelan
... Supplementary materials
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Contributors: Jennifer Fugate, WecJeannie Emmanuel
... There are 3 SPSS input files with raw and aggregated data: one from Exp 1, and two from Exp 2 (behavioral and ERP).
Contributors: Jennifer Fugate, WecJeannie Emmanuel, Aminda O'Hare
... We have added two new datasets for the newly added, Experiment 3.
Data for: Why do Americans overestimate economic mobility? Economic inequality, external attributions of wealth and poverty, and the belief in economic mobility
Contributors: Shai Davidai
... Data files for the 4 studies in the manuscript "Why do Americans overestimate economic mobility? Economic inequality, external attributions of wealth and poverty, and the belief in economic mobility"
Contributors: Jacqueline Chen, Sarah Gaither, David Hamilton, Jeffrey Sherman, Kristin Pauker
... Datasets for the studies in Chen, Pauker, Gaither, Hamilton, and Sherman's "Beyond Hypodescent: A Minority Bias in Multiracial Categorizations"
Data for: Can They Ever Be One of Us? Perceived Cultural Malleability of Refugees and Policy Support in Host Nations
Contributors: Nur Soylu Yalcinkaya, Nyla Branscombe, Fabian Gebauer, Claudia Niedlich, Nader Hakim
... The files provide the data necessary to replicate the results reported for Study 1, Study 2a, and Study 2b. The files include the variables that are relevant to the hypotheses tested in the paper.
Competitive reputation manipulation: Women strategically transmit social information about romantic rivals
Contributors: Tania Reynolds, Roy Baumeister, Jon Maner
Data for: The Impact of an “Aha” Moment on Gender Biases: Limited Evidence for the Efficacy of a Game Intervention that Challenges Gender Assumptions
Contributors: Gili Freedman, Mary Flanagan, Melanie Green, Max Seidman, Geoff Kaufman
... Materials for two studies on the impact of an “aha” moment on gender biases.