Gender-Related Variables for Health Research

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*TITLE: Gender-Related Variables for Health Research* The components in this project gives access to the necessary data, code and documentation needed to reproduce the conclusions presented in the paper Gender-Related Variables for Health Research (Nielsen et al. 2020)

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  • Data and Code for Exploratory Factor Analysis in Sample 1

    This component contains the data and syntax code used to conduct the Exploratory Factor Analysis and compute Velicer’s minimum average partial test in...

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  • Figures 2 and 3

    This component contains the R code used to create Figures 2 and 3 in the paper. The figures were created using the GGplot2 package in R.

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  • Figure 1

    This component contains the data used to create Figure 1

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  • Data for Confirmatory Factor Analyses

    This component contains the data files needed to reproduce the confirmatory factor analyses

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  • Data and Code for Logistic and Negative Binomial Regressions

    This component provides the data and SPSS syntax code needed to reproduce the Logistic and Negative Binomial Regressions reported in Tables 2 and 3 an...

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  • Data and Code used to create Table 1

    This component contains the data (samples 1, 2 and 3 [.sav and .csv formats]) and SPSS syntax code used to create Table 1

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  • Data and Code used to Create Supplementary Table 1

    This component contains the data (samples 1, 2 and 3 [.sav and .csv formats]) used to create Supplementary Table 1

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