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<p>This project contains all preregistration forms, materials, data files, and syntaxes for our manuscript: </p> <p>Wingen, T., & Dohle, S. (2021). Exploring Negative Beliefs About Power. <em>Social Psychology.</em> <em>52</em>(4) <a href="https://doi.org/10.1027/1864-9335/a000453" rel="nofollow">https://doi.org/10.1027/1864-9335/a000453</a></p> <p><strong>Our files are organized in different folders:</strong></p> <p><strong>Folder: Preregistration forms</strong></p> <p>The folder “Preregistration forms” contains the preregistration forms submitted to the <a href="http://aspredicted.org" rel="nofollow">aspredicted.org</a> platform prior to data collection.</p> <p><strong>Folder: Materials</strong></p> <p>The folder “Materials” contains the Qualtrics Survey exported from the Qualtrics Survey Platform using the “Print survey” function.</p> <p><strong>Folder: Data and Analyses</strong></p> <p>The folder “Data and Analyses script” contains our raw data as exported from the Qualtrics Survey Platform as well as the prepared data that was used for analyses (with correct variable names, recoding, and exclusions). All steps for the preparation of the data, as well as all analyses reported in the manuscript, can be found in the accompanying R-scripts. Finally, it also includes the R output of our analyses as HTML documents. To reproduce our results, you can either examine these HTML documents, or you can run the analyses yourself using R. Please note that running the full R script will create figures and datasets on your local machine.</p>
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