Measures of Privacy and Personality

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Description: In this project, we collected various measures regarding privacy and personality. 296 people took part in the study (mostly students). The data were collected in winter 2014 at University of California in Santa Barbara. Feel free to use the data for secondary analyses, teaching, or commercial projects. Although appreciated, there is no obligation to provide credits.

License: CC0 1.0 Universal


How-to There are two major ways of using the data. You can either download the data here and manually import in your statistic software. Or, if using R, you can directly import the data with the package td. Simply execute the following lines: devtools::install_github("tdienlin/td"); library("td"); d <- privpers Measures Privacy Attitudes Concerns Values Need Behavior Experiences Subjective Norm ...


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