Results have been reported in Phalen, Warman, Martin, & Lysaker (2018) and Phalen, Warman, Martin, Lucksted, Drapalski, Jones, & Lysaker (in press). In the process of working on the "in press" article, we received IRB approval to publicly release the underlying data used for the analyses, which we include as a .csv file here.
For this study, we had participants read vignettes describing people who heard different kinds of voices (positive versus negative voices; religious versus non-religious voices). For each vignette, we presented participants with the following measures:
- Social Distance Scale (Link, Cullen, Frank, & Wozniak, 1987)
- Perceived Dangerousness Scale (Link, Cullen, Frank, & Wozniak, 1987)
- Causal Belief Questionnaire–Revised/Religion (see Phalen et al., in press)
- Two items asking participants about whether the voice was caused by "mental illness" or "schizophrenia"
We also had participants answer the following questionnaires:
- Brief Multidimensional Measure of Religiousness/Spirituality (BMMRS)
- Santa Clara Strength of Religious Faith Questionnaire (SCSRFQ)
- Right-Wing Authoritarianism (RWA)
- Level-of-Contact Report (LoCR)
- Peters et al. Delusions Inventory-21 (PDI-21)
- Launay-Slade Hallucinations Scale (LSHS)
- Childhood Life Events Scale (CLES; Petti et al., 2004)
- Self-transcendence (TCI-125 self-transcendence subscale; Cloninger, 1993)
- Thought Action Fusion Questionnaire-Revised (Shafran, Thordasron, & Rachman, 1996)
Please note that the .csv file only includes data that was used for the analyses publised in Phalen et al (in press), as opposed to including all the measures we collected.