East Carolina University
Department of Psychology


Castellow, W. A., Wuensch, K. L., & Moore, C. H. (1990). Effects of physical attractiveness of the plaintiff and defendant in sexual harassment judgments. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 5, 547-562.

















    The data from this research are freely available for educational use.  See my StatData Page, the Harass90.dat  file, or my PASW/SPSS Data Page, the Harass90.sav file.

    Here is a snippet of SAS code for bringing in the data:

DATA harass; INFILE 'C:\StatData\harass90.dat';
INPUT Group 1 Age 2-3 Gender $ 4 Class 5 Verdict $ 6 Certainty 7 Award 9-14
 D_Exciting 16 D_Calm 17 D_Independent 18 D_Sincere 19 D_Warm 20 D_Attractive 21 D_Kind 22 D_Intelligent 23               
 D_Strong 24 D_Sophisticated 25 D_Happy 26
 P_Exciting 28 P_Calm 29 P_Independent 30 P_Sincere 31 P_Warm 32 P_Attractive 33 P_Kind 34 P_Intelligent 35               
 P_Strong 36 P_Sophisticated 37 P_Happy 38;
If group = 1 then PLATTR ='Attrac'; Else if group = 2 then PLATTR = 'Attrac';
 Else if group = 3 then PLATTR = 'Unattr'; Else if group = 4 then PLATTR = 'Unattr';
If group = 1 then DEATTR ='Attrac'; Else if group = 2 then DEATTR = 'Unattr';
 Else if group = 3 then DEATTR = 'Attrac'; Else if group = 4 then DEATTR = 'Unattr';
 

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