Difficulty Mindsets, Self-Doubt, and Possible Selves

Published: 25 August 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/gx8r27rsvm.1


I. SPSS Data File (Study 1) II. SAS Data Files & Syntax (Study 2) Testing (1) Interaction of Difficulty Mindsets, Self-Doubt, and Possible Self-Imagery (File 1) and (2) Simple Slopes within the control condition (File 2) and Difficulty-as-Improvement Mindset condition (File 3).


Steps to reproduce

To reproduce data, follow guidelines in Study 1 and 2 methods section of manuscript, using the qualtrics online data collection tool. Study 2 randomization is accomplished through the "survey flow" option in qualtrics. The actual items can simply be added to the main screen when you start all new projects in qualtrics. Following data collection, qualtrics will automatically prepare a data file in multiple formats, including SPSS and text files (for SAS). To analyze data, use both SPSS and SAS. For SPSS (Study 1) file, open program, click "analyze", then click "correlate", then click "bivariate". Move "SD" and "DAIMP" variables from left dialogue box to right dialogue box. Then, hit Hit "OK". For SAS data files (Study 2), the syntax for all analyses is already included and, thus, users need only open data files and hit "run".


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