A systematic review and meta-analysis of the effects of performing acts of kindness on the well-being of the actor.
A data.frame with 56 rows and 18 columns.
|study_id|| ||Unique identifier of the study|
|effect_id|| ||Unique identifier of the effect size|
|d|| ||Standardized mean difference between the control group and intervention group|
|vi|| ||Variance of the effect size|
|n1i|| ||Number of participants in the intervention group|
|n1c|| ||Number of participants in the control group|
|sex|| ||Percentage of male participants|
|age|| ||Mean age of participants|
|location|| ||Geographical location of the study|
|donor|| ||From what population did the donors (helpers) originate?|
|donorcode|| ||From what population did the donors (helpers) originate? Dichotomized to Anxious or Typical|
|interventioniv|| ||Description of the intervention / independent variable|
|interventioncode|| ||Description of the intervention / independent variable, categorized to Acts of Kindness, Prosocial Spending, or Other|
|control|| ||Description of the control condition|
|controlcode|| ||Description of the control condition, categorized to Neutral Activity, Nothing, or Self Help (performing a kind act for oneself)|
|recipients|| ||Who were the recipients of the act of kindness?|
|outcomedv|| ||What was the outcome, or dependent variable, of the study?|
|outcomecode|| ||What was the outcome, or dependent variable, of the study? Categorized into Happiness, Life Satisfaction, PN Affect (positive or negative), and Other|
Curry, O. S., Rowland, L. A., Van Lissa, C. J., Zlotowitz, S., McAlaney, J., & Whitehouse, H. (2018). Happy to help? A systematic review and meta-analysis of the effects of performing acts of kindness on the well-being of the actor. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 76, 320-329. doi:10.1016/j.jesp.2018.02.014
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