R/data-cuddy2018.R

#' Studies on the Effect of Power Posing
#'
#' Results from 27 studies related to power posing.
#'
#' The data points are taken from the p-curve analysis of Cuddy et al. (2018),
#'    restricted to 2 cell designs with mean difference as the outcome
#'    variable.
#'
#' @usage dat.cuddy2018
#'
#' @format The data frame contains the following columns:
#'     \tabular{lll}{
#'         \strong{author}       \tab \code{character} \tab first author \cr
#'         \strong{year}         \tab \code{numeric}   \tab publication year \cr
#'         \strong{power}        \tab \code{boolean}   \tab if \code{TRUE}, the outcome was feeling of power \cr
#'         \strong{ease}         \tab \code{boolean}   \tab if \code{TRUE}, the outcome was an EASE variable \cr
#'         \strong{yi}           \tab \code{numeric}   \tab standardized mean difference \cr
#'         \strong{vi}           \tab \code{numeric}   \tab corresponding sampling variance
#'    }
#'
#' @keywords datasets
#'
#' @references
#'     Cuddy, A. J., Schultz, S. J., & Fosse, N. E. (2018). P-curving a more comprehensive body of research on postural feedback reveals clear evidential value for power-posing effects: Reply to Simmons and Simonsohn (2017). Psychological science, 29(4), 656-666.
#'
#' @source \url{https://osf.io/jx3av/}
"dat.cuddy2018"

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