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This project page contains additional materials for the manuscript "Only so Many Hours: Correlations Between Personality and Daily Time Use in a Representative German Panel." More precisely, here you can find (1) [tables containing all numerical results][1] as well as (2) the analysis scripts underlying the results we report and tables containing results of alternative analyses, i.e. (3) [analyses ignoring the zero-inflated nature of the time use variables][2] and (4) [analyses including all participants who contributed at least one time use diary][3] (additionally, these analyses ignore the zero-inflated nature of the data, since lavaan does currently not allow for appropriate treatment of missing values for binary indicators) and (5) [analyses investigating whether personality was associated with time diary completion][4] Data came from the Innovation Sample of the German Socio-Economic Panel Study (SOEP-IS). Please contact [David Richter][5], contact person of the SOEP-IS, for any questions considering data access. [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]:
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