Data from a correlational study in which the correlation between ratings of
facial trustworthiness of inmates was correlated with whether they had
received the death penalty or not (wilson and Rule, 2015). These data were
simulated using the R-package
synthpop, based on the characteristics
of the original data.
A data.frame with 742 rows and 13 columns.
|stim|| ||Stimulus Number|
|sent|| ||Sentence: 1 = Death, 0 = Life|
|race|| ||Race: 1 = White, -1 = Black|
|glasses|| ||Glasses: 1 = Yes, 0 = No|
|tattoos|| ||Tattoos: 1 = Yes, 0 = No|
|trust_2nd|| ||Trustworthiness ratings with 2nd control group; Death targets are same as in primary analysis, Life targets are different.|
|afro|| ||raw Afrocentricity ratings.|
|zAfro|| ||Afrocentricity ratings normalized within target race. Analyses in paper were done with this variable.|
|fWHR|| ||facial width-to-height|
|afWHR|| ||fWHR normalized within target race. Analyses in paper were done with this variable|
Wilson, J. P., & Rule, N. O. (2015). Facial Trustworthiness Predicts Extreme Criminal-Sentencing Outcomes. Psychological Science, 26(8), 1325–1331.https://doi.org/10.1177/0956797615590992 DOI:10.1177/0956797615590992
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