This data set contains estimates of movement length (in inches) of a light in a completely dark room. Eight groups of three individuals provided three estimates for a total of 72 observations. In four of the groups, participants first made estimates alone prior to providing estimates as a group. In the other four groups participants started as groups. Lang and Bliese (forthcoming) used these data to illustrate how variance functions in mixed-effects models (lme) could be used to test whether groups displayed consensus emergence. Data were obtained from https://brocku.ca/MeadProject/Sherif/Sherif_1935a/Sherif_1935a_3.html
A dataframe with 5 columns and 72 observations
|[,1]||person||numeric||Participant ID within a group|
|[,4]||y||numeric||Estimate of movement length in inches|
|[,4]||condition||numeric||Experimental Condition for either starting individually (1) or as a group (0)|
Sherif, M. (1935). A study of some social factors in perception: Chapter 3. Archives of Psychology, 27, 23- 46.
Lang, J. W. B., & Bliese, P. D. (forthcoming). A Temporal Perspective on Emergence: Using 3-level Mixed Effects Models to Track Consensus Emergence in Groups.
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