1. Distribution approach
Data and study materials used in the publication Witte, Stanciu, & Boehnke (2020) is open access at the OSF platform having the identification number DOI: 10.17605/OSF.IO/R7W2F. If you would like to use in any way these materials I kindly ask you to cite our work accordingly.
2. Stereotype-based faultlines
This data set contains full information from 85 female student participants at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Data was collected in Spring 2011 for partial fulfillment of my master degree research at the respective university.
Results based on this data set have been reported in Stanciu & Vos (2017) (see Publication page for a pdf copy).
This is the open access ready-to-use data set reported in Stanciu & Vos (2017). Use of this data set is therefore free. But, please acknowledge source and cite as:
Stanciu, A. & Vos, M.W. (2017). Stereotype-based faultlines and out-group derogation in diverse teams: The moderating roles of task stereotypicality and need for cognition. The Journal of Social Psychology, 157, 352-365. Doi:10.1080/00224545.2017.1371442
The following files are made open access:
i) Data set in SPSS ready-to-use file format (.sav), here.
ii) Program used in data collection, programmed in Authorware, available ready-to-use here or ‘free-to-modify’ here.
PS1: A licence code for the program is needed. Last I checked the program is no more available on the official Adobe store. However, other purchasing sources that I am not aware of may exist.
PS2: Since I do not have a licence anylonger and forgot to exactly document, I am unsure whether the specified program versions are indeed ‘ready-to-use’ and ‘free-to-modify’. If not, then try the other way around – the one specified as ‘ready-to-use’ may be in fact ‘free-to-modify.’
iii) Scales description and their source, here.
iv) Lab instructions, here.
v) Interrater reliability data of the study-tasks performance, here.
vi) Interrater reliability coding frame for the ‘male stereotypical task’, here, for the ‘female stereotypical task’, here, for the ‘alleged brainstorrming task’, here, and for the ‘alleged group discussion task’, here.
3. Stereotype content in Romania
This data set contains information from 306 Romanian nationals surveyed in four regions in Romania, namely Bucharest, Iasi, Timisoara, and Tirgu Mures, in spring 2014. Data was collected as part of research necessary for my doctoral dissertation at BIGSSS.
Results based on this data set have been reported in: Stanciu (2015) and Stanciu, Cohrs, Hanke, & Gavreliuc (2017) (see Publication page for pdf copies).
A description of the data set and suggestion on how to compute scales for dimensions and sub-dimensions of stereotype content is provided here.
The english version of the study questionnaire is provided here.
Use of the data set is free. But, please acknowledge the source and cite as:
Stanciu, A., Cohrs, J. C., Hanke, K., & Gavreliuc, A. (2017). Within-culture variation in the content of stereotypes: Application and development of the Stereotype Content Model in an astern European culture. The Journal of Social Psychology, 157, 611-628. doi: