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 Meta-Analysis on Narcissism and Advice Taking
Posted by: Astrid Schütz
Title/Position: Professor of Psychology
School/Organization: University of Bamberg
Sent to listserv of: SESP
Date posted: July 18th, 2022


Dear All,

We are conducting a meta-analysis examining the association of narcissism and advice taking. We've already done an extensive gathering of published studies, and we're now seeking unpublished data that fit the following criteria:

(1) The study includes a measure of narcissism

(2) The study includes a measure of advice taking

(3) The author can provide a) an effect size indexing the correlation between narcissism and advice taking and b) a sample size. A description of the sample (e.g., age, gender, location) is also welcome.

If you have data that meets the criteria outlined above, feel free to email either the raw data (from which we will calculate summary scores) or the summary scores themselves to anna-katharina.stoecker@uni-bamberg.de. While any raw data emailed to us will of course remain confidential, please know that summary scores included in the meta-analysis will be made publicly available in a dataset on the OSF.

The latest date until when we will be able to include your data in our meta-analysis is August 15, 2022.

Thank you!

Astrid Schütz, Professor of Psychology
Anna-Katharina Stöcker, PhD Student

Chair of Personality Psychology and Psychological Assessment at University of Bamberg
https://www.uni-bamberg.de/en/perspsych/




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