oswald2013.ex1: IAT Criterion-Related Correlations

Description Format Source References

Description

Data from a meta-analysis on IAT conducted by Oswald et al., (2013) examining the predictive validity of the Implicit Association Test (IAT) and various explicit measures of bias for a variety of criterion measures of discrimination. Included in the dataset are the study-level correlations between IAT scores and criterion measures of neurological activity or response latency from the original oswald2013 dataset.

Format

A dataframe containing 32 effect sizes from 9 studies.

[,1] Study Factor
[,2] Crit.Domain Factor
[,3] IAT.ID Integer
[,4] IAT.Focus Factor
[,5] Crit.ID Integer
[,6] Crit.Cat Factor
[,7] Scoring Factor
[,8] Target Factor
[,9] Type Factor
[,10] Sample.ID Integer
[,11] N Integer
[,12] R Numeric
[,13] effect.size Numeric
[,14] var.eff.size Numeric

Source

Oswald FL, Mitchell G, Blanton H, Jaccard J, Tetlock PE (2013) Predicting ethnic and racial discrimination: a meta-analysis of IAT criterion studies. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 105(2), 171-192. ISSN 1939-1315. doi:10.1037/a0032734. PMID: 23773046.

References

Oswald FL, Mitchell G, Blanton H, Jaccard J, Tetlock PE (2013) Predicting ethnic and racial discrimination: a meta-analysis of IAT criterion studies. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 105(2), 171-192. ISSN 1939-1315. doi:10.1037/a0032734. PMID: 23773046.


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