Craft2003: Correlation Coefficients Data from the Craft et al....

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This dataset includes 18 studies of correlation coefficients reported by Craft, Magyar, Becker, and Feltz (2003).

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The primary purpose of Craft and colleagues' meta-analysis was to examine the interrelationships between athletic performance and three subscales, cognitive anxiety, somatic anxiety, and self-concept, of the Competitive State Anxiety Inventory (CSAI 2; CITATION). In this meta-analysis, the correlation coefficient was the primary effect size measure. For the purpose of demonstration, I use a subset of the data, i.e., six correlation coefficients among cognitive anxiety, somatic anxiety, self-concept, and sport performance in athletes.

ID ID for each study included
N Sample size from each study included
gender Gender
p_male Percentage of male
C1 Correlation coefficient between cognitive anxiety and somatic anxiety
C2 Correlation coefficient between cognitive anxiety and self concept
C3 Correlation coefficient between cognitive anxiety and athletic performance
C4 Correlation coefficient between somatic anxiety and self concept
C5 Correlation coefficient between somatic anxiety and athletic performance
C6 Correlation coefficient between self concept and athletic performance

Source

Craft, L. L., Magyar, T. M., Becker, B. J., & Feltz, D. L. (2003). The relationship between the competitive state anxiety inventory-2 and sport performance: a meta-analysis. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 25(1), 44-65.

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