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**Issues to note with the article**: Mini meta analysis aggregate of post-intervention effect in Experiment 4: - The mini-meta analysis of the effects included the post-intervention effect in Experiment 4. For a more accurate mini-meta, we should have used the pre-intervention effect. - No one reported this. I noticed this when going over the project/code years later (2021). Wrong t-values - Reported April 21, 2022, by a group in Tilburg doing reproductions: Rick Klein and Jelte Wicherts. - In page 544 we wrote: "The participants in the escalation-as-action condition recorded the highest anticipated joy rating for successful escalation (M = 90.72, SD = 14.47), whereas those in the de-escalation- as-action condition recorded the lowest (M = 80.09, SD = 24.21), t(150) = 122.51, p = .001, mean difference = 10.63, 95% CI = [4.24, 17.02], d = 0.54)" - The t-values t(150) = 122.51 are wrong and should be 3.29. - The 122.51 is likely the degrees of freedom from the Welch t-test, and this is a result of bad copy-paste from the Rmarkdown output. - This is categorized as a minor issue, given that it does not change any of our core conclusions, and 5USD have been rewarded for finding and reporting this mistake, matched by 5USD and donated to Givewell. - Posted on Pubpeer on April 26, 2022.(
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