File(s) under embargo
Reason: The data is considered 'sensitive data’ and the consent forms signed by participants did not allow for publicly accessible data. To adhere to Open Science requirements, the de-identified data will be made available to other researchers upon request for the purposes of checking only. Anyone wanting access to the data should provide the following information: 1. A brief summary of why the data are needed and how it will be used. Requests for access can be sent to the data custodians - Emily Gray (email@example.com) or Simon Boag (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Raw Data and STATA data file for the Manuscript titled Adverse Childhood Experiences and Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Traits: Effects of Attachment, Intolerance of Uncertainty, and Metacognition
This study aimed to investigate whether attachment-anxiety, intolerance of uncertainty, and metacognition have indirect effects in the association between ACEs and Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Traits (OCPT) in various network models. Undergraduate psychology students (N = 291) participated in an anonymous 30-minute online survey consisting of a series of self-report questionnaires regarding adverse childhood experiences, attachment, intolerance of uncertainty, metacognition, OCPT, and depression. Bootstrapped serial mediation revealed attachment-anxiety and intolerance of uncertainty had a serial-mediation effect in the association between ACEs and OCPT. Serial mediation was not found for metacognition and attachment-anxiety. However, metacognition alone mediated between child emotional abuse and OCPT. These findings expand our currently limited knowledge regarding the etiology of OCPT and suggest that attachment-anxiety, intolerance of uncertainty, and metacognition may be important contributors for understanding the development of OCPT following ACE exposure.
This item contains the raw data and the STATA dta. file for this project.
This research is supported by an Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) ScholarshipT
Research Project URL
Research Project ID300532715
- FAIR assessment completed
- Institutional review completed
FAIR Self Assessment SummaryFindable Does the dataset have any identifiers assigned? Global Is the dataset identifier included in all metadata records/files describing the data? Yes How is the data described with metadata? Comprehensively (see suggestion) using a recognised formal machine-readable metadata schema What type of repository or registry is the metadata record in? Data is in one place but discoverable through several registries Accessible How accessible is the data? Fully accessible to persons who meet explicitly stated conditions, e.g. ethics approval for sensitive data Is the data available online without requiring specialised protocols or tools once access has been approved? By individual arrangement Will the metadata record be available even if the data is no longer available? Yes Interoperable What (file) format(s) is the data available in? Mostly in a proprietary format What best describes the types of vocabularies/ontologies/tagging schemas used to define the data elements? Standardised vocabularies/ontologies/schema without global identifiers How is the metadata linked to other data and metadata (to enhance context and clearly indicate relationships)? The metadata record includes URI links to related metadata, data, and definitions Reusable Which of the following best describes the license/usage rights attached to the data? Non-standard machine-readable license (clearly indicating under what conditions the data may be reused) How much provenance information has been captured to facilitate data reuse? Fully recorded in a text format
FAIR Self Assessment Rating
- 3 Stars