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Looking for unpublished data for Creativity Meta-Analysis. Plz spread the word

February 23, 2015

I’m one of the supervisors here, and would like to spread the word (and maybe get some data). After all, Doing more meta-analyses is likely part of fixing science!

Subject: Meta-Analysis: Call for Unpublished Data on the Relation between Creativity and Self-efficacy

Meta-Analysis: Call for Unpublished Data on the Relation between Creativity and Self-efficacy

We conducting an exhaustive search of the published literature, and are now making a call to gather findings that are unpublished, or soon to be published. We are also interested in unpublished thesis data. We are specially interested in the zero-order correlations between ANY creativity measures (also self-rated creativity) and self-efficacy beliefs (general self-efficacy, as well as creative self-efficacy).

If you believe your study qualifies for inclusion, we are requesting details about the characteristics of the measurements, as well as of your sample, plus study design. The associated effects sizes are also desirable.
Alternatively, we would be happy if you can provide us with your data and any information required to determine how the variables might be coded.

We will only use the data for the purpose of the meta-analysis and we will delete the data afterward.
You can contribute your unpublished data via email to mailto: jen.haase9@gmail.com
Similarly, if you have any questions about this study, please do not hesitate to get in contact.
Thank you for the assistance and contribution to our work. We will gladly send you a copy of the meta-analysis once it is published.

Best regards,

Jennifer Haase

Master student at Lund University, Department of Psychology

Eva Hoff, Ph. D.

Lund University, Department of Psychology

Åse Innes-Ker

Lund University, Assoc. Prof. Psychology

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