Can Self-Persuasion Reduce Hostile Attribution Bias?

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Description: Data from 2 experimental studies (n = 83 and n = 121) on the effects of self-persuasion on hostile attribution bias and aggression in children aged 4-9, assessed using vignettes and a staged peer provocation. Please refer to the file “HAB_exp_readme” for an overview of all files.

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