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Annual Survey of Public Employment & Payroll (ASPEP) 1992-2016

Jacob Kaplan
Version 5 release notes:
Fix bug in county-level data where missing data values (e.g. 99999999) were not replaced with NA.
Version 4:Adds a new data set which has aggregated county-level data for years 1993-2016. There is no data for 1996. These data combine all jurisdiction (e.g. cities, county government) in a county to get the sum values for all included variables.
Each jurisdiction includes a sample weight (the reciprocal of the "probability of selection" that is...

Annual Survey of Public Employment & Payroll (ASPEP) 1992-2016

Jacob Kaplan
Version 5 release notes:
Fix bug in county-level data where missing data values (e.g. 99999999) were not replaced with NA.
Version 4:Adds a new data set which has aggregated county-level data for years 1993-2016. There is no data for 1996. These data combine all jurisdiction (e.g. cities, county government) in a county to get the sum values for all included variables.
Each jurisdiction includes a sample weight (the reciprocal of the "probability of selection" that is...

Normative Force of generic-you

Ariana Orvell, Ethan Kross & Susan Gelman
This project examines whether subtle shifts in language can affect people's endorsement of unfamiliar norms. Across five experiments (N = 651) we test whether people judge behaviors described with generic-you (i.e., "You" that refers to people in general, e.g., "You carry an umbrella in the rain") as more normatively correct than behaviors described with "I." Experiments 4-5 examine boundary conditions, by manipulating how knowledgeable the informants providing the information to participants are.

Normative Force of generic-you

Ariana Orvell, Ethan Kross & Susan Gelman
This project examines whether subtle shifts in language can affect people's endorsement of unfamiliar norms. Across five experiments (N = 807) we test whether people judge behaviors described with generic-you (i.e., "You" that refers to people in general, e.g., "You carry an umbrella in the rain") as more normatively correct than behaviors described with "I." Experiments 3-4 examine boundary conditions, by manipulating how knowledgeable the informants providing the information to participants are.

Normative Force of generic-you

Ariana Orvell, Ethan Kross & Susan Gelman
This project examines whether subtle shifts in language can affect people's endorsement of unfamiliar norms. Across five experiments (N = 807) we test whether people judge behaviors described with generic-you (i.e., "You" that refers to people in general, e.g., "You carry an umbrella in the rain") as more normatively correct than behaviors described with "I." Experiments 3-4 examine boundary conditions, by manipulating how knowledgeable the informants providing the information to participants are.

Normative Force of generic-you

Ariana Orvell, Ethan Kross & Susan Gelman
This project examines whether subtle shifts in language can affect people's endorsement of unfamiliar norms. Across five experiments (N = 651) we test whether people judge behaviors described with generic-you (i.e., "You" that refers to people in general, e.g., "You carry an umbrella in the rain") as more normatively correct than behaviors described with "I." Experiments 4-5 examine boundary conditions, by manipulating how knowledgeable the informants providing the information to participants are.

Authoritative School Climate and Student Academic Engagement, Grades, and Aspirations in Middle and High Schools

Dewey Cornell, Kathan Shukla & Timothy Konold
This study tested the theory that an authoritative school climate characterized by disciplinary structure and student support is conducive to positive academic outcomes for middle and high school students. Multilevel multivariate modeling at studentand school levels was conducted using school surveys completed by statewide samples of 39,364 students in Grades 7 and 8 in 423 middle schools and 48,027 students in Grades 9 through 12 in 323 high schools. Consistent with authoritative school climate theory,...

Authoritative School Climate and Student Academic Engagement, Grades, and Aspirations in Middle and High Schools

Dewey Cornell, Kathan Shukla & Timothy Konold
This study tested the theory that an authoritative school climate characterized by disciplinary structure and student support is conducive to positive academic outcomes for middle and high school students. Multilevel multivariate modeling at studentand school levels was conducted using school surveys completed by statewide samples of 39,364 students in Grades 7 and 8 in 423 middle schools and 48,027 students in Grades 9 through 12 in 323 high schools. Consistent with authoritative school climate theory,...

Early Elementary Science Instruction: Does More Time on Science or Science Topics/Skills Predict Science Achievement in the Early Grades?

F. Chris Curran & James Kitchin
Replication files for publication:Curran, F.C. & Kitchin, J. (2019).Early Elementary Science Instruction: Does More Time on Science or Science Topics/Skills Predict Science Achievement in the Early Grades? AERA Open, https://doi.org/10.1177/2332858419861081

Abstract:Recent evidence points to the early elementary grades as a pivotal point for the development of science learning trajectories and achievement gaps. Using data from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, this study estimates the degree to which time spent on science and the breadth of science...

Early Elementary Science Instruction: Does More Time on Science or Science Topics/Skills Predict Science Achievement in the Early Grades?

F. Chris Curran & James Kitchin
Replication files for publication:Curran, F.C. & Kitchin, J. (2019).Early Elementary Science Instruction: Does More Time on Science or Science Topics/Skills Predict Science Achievement in the Early Grades? AERA Open, https://doi.org/10.1177/2332858419861081

Abstract:Recent evidence points to the early elementary grades as a pivotal point for the development of science learning trajectories and achievement gaps. Using data from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, this study estimates the degree to which time spent on science and the breadth of science...

National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (Add Health) Parent Study: Public Use, [United States], 2015-2017

Kathleen Mullan Harris & V. Joseph Hotz
The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (Add Health) Parent Study Public Use collection includes data gathered as part of the Add Health longitudinal survey of adolescents. The original Add Health survey is a longitudinal study of a nationally representative sample of adolescents in grades 7-12 in the United States during the 1994-1995 school year. In Wave 1 of the Add Health Study (1994-95), a parent of each Add Health Sample Member (AHSM)...

National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (Add Health) Parent Study: Public Use, [United States], 2015-2017

Kathleen Mullan Harris & V. Joseph Hotz
The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (Add Health) Parent Study Public Use collection includes data gathered as part of the Add Health longitudinal survey of adolescents. The original Add Health survey is a longitudinal study of a nationally representative sample of adolescents in grades 7-12 in the United States during the 1994-1995 school year. In Wave 1 of the Add Health Study (1994-95), a parent of each Add Health Sample Member (AHSM)...

Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey (L.A.FANS), Wave 1, Public Data, 2000-2001

Anne R. Pebley & Narayan Sastry
This study includes public user data files of two waves of interviews with L.A.FANS respondents. There often are multiple respondents in L.A.FANS households and Wave 2 includes both panel respondents and a new sample. Users' Guides which explain the design and how to use the sample are available for Wave 1 and Wave 2 at the RAND website. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey (L.A.FANS) is a two-wave study of adults and children in...

Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey (L.A.FANS), Wave 1, Public Data, 2000-2001

Anne R. Pebley & Narayan Sastry
This study includes public user data files of two waves of interviews with L.A.FANS respondents. There often are multiple respondents in L.A.FANS households and Wave 2 includes both panel respondents and a new sample. Users' Guides which explain the design and how to use the sample are available for Wave 1 and Wave 2 at the RAND website. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey (L.A.FANS) is a two-wave study of adults and children in...

Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey (L.A.FANS), Los Angeles Neighborhood Services and Characteristics Data (L.A.NSC), 1980-2010

Anne R. Pebley & Narayan Sastry
This study, known as the Los Angeles Neighborhood Services and Characteristics data (L.A.NSC) includes data from governmental and business data sources on the characteristics of census tracts in Los Angeles County from 1980 to 2010. The unit of analysis is 1990 census tract (census tracts using 1990 census tract boundaries). The data also include crosswalks for census boundaries across census years. It is public use data. The L.A.NSC data were assembled by the L.A.FANS projects...

Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey (L.A.FANS), Los Angeles Neighborhood Services and Characteristics Data (L.A.NSC), 1980-2010

Anne R. Pebley & Narayan Sastry
This study, known as the Los Angeles Neighborhood Services and Characteristics data (L.A.NSC) includes data from governmental and business data sources on the characteristics of census tracts in Los Angeles County from 1980 to 2010. The unit of analysis is 1990 census tract (census tracts using 1990 census tract boundaries). The data also include crosswalks for census boundaries across census years. It is public use data. The L.A.NSC data were assembled by the L.A.FANS projects...

2018 Montana Election Surveys (MSU-MTN)

David Parker, Eric Raile, Sara Guenther & Elizabeth Shanahan
Recommended citation:
Parker, D., Raile, E., Guenther, S., & Shanahan, E. (2019). 2018 Montana Election Surveys (MSU-MTN) [Data file]. Retrieved from https://www.openicpsr.org

These polls were funded jointly by the Montana Television Network (MTN) and Montana State University (MSU).

The MSU-MTN pre-election survey was conducted by the Human Ecology Learning & Problem Solving (HELPS) Lab of Montana State University-Bozeman between September 15 and October 6, 2018. The population for the poll was Montana voters who registered by August...

2018 Montana Election Surveys (MSU-MTN)

David Parker, Eric Raile, Sara Guenther & Elizabeth Shanahan
Recommended citation:
Parker, D., Raile, E., Guenther, S., & Shanahan, E. (2019). 2018 Montana Election Surveys (MSU-MTN) [Data file]. Retrieved from https://www.openicpsr.org

These polls were funded jointly by the Montana Television Network (MTN) and Montana State University (MSU).

The MSU-MTN pre-election survey was conducted by the Human Ecology Learning & Problem Solving (HELPS) Lab of Montana State University-Bozeman between September 15 and October 6, 2018. The population for the poll was Montana voters who registered by August...

Uncertainty and Business Cycles Replication Files

Sydney Ludvigson, Sai Ma & Serena Ng
This project contains the replication code, data, and README files for "Uncertainty and Business Cycles: Exogenous Impulse or Endogenous Response?"

Uncertainty and Business Cycles Replication Files

Sydney Ludvigson, Sai Ma & Serena Ng
This project contains the replication code, data, and README files for "Uncertainty and Business Cycles: Exogenous Impulse or Endogenous Response?"

Exploring the boundaries of post-retrieval extinction in healthy and anxious individuals

Maria Alexandra Kredlow
Over a dozen studies have examined the efficacy of post-retrieval extinction (PRE) in healthy adults in the fear conditioning laboratory, with a recent meta-analysis (Kredlow et al.., 2016) reporting an overall small-moderate effect on attenuating the return of fear compared to standard extinction. The current study was designed to extend PRE effects to a mixed sample of healthy and anxious individuals, explore potential moderators, and examine the benefit of PRE for a memory conditioned over...

Exploring the boundaries of post-retrieval extinction in healthy and anxious individuals

Maria Alexandra Kredlow
Over a dozen studies have examined the efficacy of post-retrieval extinction (PRE) in healthy adults in the fear conditioning laboratory, with a recent meta-analysis (Kredlow et al.., 2016) reporting an overall small-moderate effect on attenuating the return of fear compared to standard extinction. The current study was designed to extend PRE effects to a mixed sample of healthy and anxious individuals, explore potential moderators, and examine the benefit of PRE for a memory conditioned over...

Ontario Election Public Opinion Polling 2018

Natalie Pikulski, Suhani Singh & Anthony Piscitelli
The dataset contains Ontario public opinion polling data from March 11, 2018 to June 6, 2018 examining support for political parties within Ontario.

Polling data was collected by the following firms (use the methods listed):
Abacus (Online Survey)
Campaign Research: (Online Poll)
Ekos (HD- Interactive Voice Response survey)
Forum Research (Interactive Voice Response survey)
IPSOS (Online Panel)
Leger (Online Survey)
Mainstreet Research (Interactive Voice Response survey)
Pollara Strategic Insights (Combined – Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing /...

Ontario Election Public Opinion Polling 2018

Natalie Pikulski, Suhani Singh & Anthony Piscitelli
The dataset contains Ontario public opinion polling data from March 11, 2018 to June 6, 2018 examining support for political parties within Ontario.

Polling data was collected by the following firms (use the methods listed):
Abacus (Online Survey)
Campaign Research: (Online Poll)
Ekos (HD- Interactive Voice Response survey)
Forum Research (Interactive Voice Response survey)
IPSOS (Online Panel)
Leger (Online Survey)
Mainstreet Research (Interactive Voice Response survey)
Pollara Strategic Insights (Combined – Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing /...

State-provided Standards Resources for English Language Arts Aug. 2015-March 2016

Emily Hodge, Serena Salloum & Susanna Benko
As states continue to implement the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), state educational agencies (SEAs) are providing professional development and curricular resources to help districts and teachers understand the standards. However, little is known about the resources SEAs endorse, the states and/or organizations sponsoring these resources, and how states and organizations are connected. This study investigates the secondary English/language arts resources provided by 51 SEAs (2,023 resources sponsored by 51 SEAs and 262 intermediary organizations)....

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