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This project contains the files necessary to replicate the results in our paper on cognitive ability and prejudice. - Submited version of the paper ([.pdf](https://osf.io/nzd2m/)) - Supplemental Materials Mentioned in the Paper ([.pdf](https://osf.io/gbxca/)) - The data/syntax are also archived [here][1]. ---------- # Data - Data from the 2012 ANES Time Series Study can be downloaded [here](http://www.electionstudies.org/studypages/download/datacenter_all_NoData.php) - Individual level data of the ratings of target group characteristics ([.sav](https://osf.io/3j2cr/)) - Aggregate data of the target group ratings and correlations between cognitive ability and prejudice ([.xlxs](https://osf.io/f7v6a/)) - Transposed data for ICC ([.sav](https://osf.io/whqea/)) - Summary data for making the point plot ([.xlxs](https://osf.io/y3z6j/)). ---------- # Syntax - SPSS syntax for use with the ANES time series data ([.sps](https://osf.io/ngmjq/) & [.txt](https://osf.io/czt3h/)) - SPSS syntax for aggregating group characteristics and ICC ([.sps](https://osf.io/nbg89/) & [.txt](https://osf.io/53qju/) - SPSS syntax for group characteristic analsyes ([.sps](https://osf.io/cn5wa/) & [.txt](https://osf.io/nkzx2/)) - R syntax for the forest plot ([.R](https://osf.io/9rn2g/)) - R syntax for the line and point plots ([.R](https://osf.io/836nh/)) - R syntax for the correlation grid ([.R](https://osf.io/eqf2d/)) ---------- # Some of the Figures **Figure 1** ![enter image description here][2] **Figure 2** ![enter image description here][3] [1]: https://www.dataverse.nl/dvn/faces/study/StudyPage.xhtml;jsessionid=a79621715478eaa2e51fb80223d8?globalId=hdl:10411/20804 [2]: https://mfr.osf.io/export?url=https://osf.io/wav7c/?action=download%26direct%26mode=render&initialWidth=626&childId=mfrIframe&format=1200x1200.jpeg [3]: https://mfr.osf.io/export?url=https://osf.io/vre3c/?action=download%26direct%26mode=render&initialWidth=626&childId=mfrIframe&format=1200x1200.jpeg
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