Regression analysis with frequency of conformity and PM analysis of considering conforming to increasingly negative vs. positive influence (Negative Influence PM > Positive Influence PM)

Contributed by kathydo on Dec. 19, 2019

Collection: Neural sensitivity to conflicting attitudes supports greater conformity toward positive over negative influence in early adolescence

Communities: developmental

Description: We calculated a difference score between adolescents’ average frequency (percentage) of conformity to negative and positive influence, such that higher scores reflect greater attitudinal conformity to negative influence. Difference scores were entered as a regressor in a whole-brain regression analysis of the Negative Influence PM > Positive Influence PM contrast.

Task View 3D View
Field Value
Citation guidelines

If you use these data please include the following persistent identifier in the text of your manuscript:

This will help to track the use of this data in the literature. In addition, consider also citing the paper related to this collection.