varfun.Miyamoto.1: varfun.Miyamoto.1

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Variables

View source: R/manylabRs_SOURCE.R

Description

https://manylabsopenscience.github.io/ML2_PoPS_proposal#7_miyamoto

https://manylabsopenscience.github.io/ML2_PoPS_proposal#7_miyamoto

https://manylabsopenscience.github.io/ML2_PoPS_proposal#7_miyamoto

Usage

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Arguments

vars

A list object generated by get.sourceData containing cleaned data and variable labels.

vars

A list object generated by get.sourceData containing cleaned data and variable labels.

vars

A list object generated by get.sourceData containing cleaned data and variable labels.

Details

Analysis plan: An ANCOVA will compare the mean estimates of the author's true attitude across the two conditions, covarying for perceived constraint.

Analysis plan: An ANCOVA will compare the mean estimates of the author's true attitude across the two conditions, covarying for perceived constraint.

Analysis plan: An ANCOVA will compare the mean estimates of the author's true attitude across the two conditions, covarying for perceived constraint.

Value

Dataset ready for analysis

Dataset ready for analysis

Dataset ready for analysis

Variables

miya1.5=true attitude (pro-death condition; higher values=higher support for death penalty); miya1.7=perceived constraint (pro-death condition; higher values=higher freedom);

miya2.5=true attitude (against death penalty condition; higher values=higher support for death penalty); miya2.7=perceived constraint (against death condition; higher values= higher freedom).

miya1.5=true attitude (pro-death condition; higher values=higher support for death penalty); miya1.7=perceived constraint (pro-death condition; higher values=higher freedom);

miya2.5=true attitude (against death penalty condition; higher values=higher support for death penalty); miya2.7=perceived constraint (against death condition; higher values= higher freedom).

miya1.5=true attitude (pro-death condition; higher values=higher support for death penalty); miya1.7=perceived constraint (pro-death condition; higher values=higher freedom);

miya2.5=true attitude (against death penalty condition; higher values=higher support for death penalty); miya2.7=perceived constraint (against death condition; higher values= higher freedom).


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