Data from an International Multi-Centre Study of Statistics and Mathematics Anxieties and Related Variables in University Students (the SMARVUS Dataset)

Jenny Terry*, Robert M. Ross, Tamás Nagy, Mauricio Salgado, Patricia Garrido-Vásquez, Jacob O. Sarfo, Susan Cooper, Anke C. Buttner, Tiago J.S. Lima, İbrahim Öztürk, Nazli Akay, Flavia H. Santos, Christina Artemenko, Lee T. Copping, Mahmoud M. Elsherif, Ilija Milovanović, Robert A. Cribbie, Marina G. Drushlyak, Katherine Swainston, Yiyun ShouJuan David Leongómez, Nicola Palena, Fitri A. Abidin, Maria F. Reyes-Rodríguez, Yunfeng He, Juneman Abraham, Argiro Vatakis, Kristin Jankowsky, Stephanie N.L. Schmidt, Elise Grimm, Desirée González, Philipp Schmid, Roberto A. Ferreira, Dmitri Rozgonjuk, Neslihan Özhan, Patrick A. O’Connor, Andras N. Zsido, Gregor Stiglic, Darren Rhodes, Cristina Rodríguez, Ivan Ropovik, Violeta Enea, Ratri Nurwanti, Alejandro J. Estudillo, Nataly Beribisky, Karel K. Himawan, Linda M. Geven, Anne H. Van Hoogmoed, Amélie Bret, Jodie E. Chapman, Udi Alter, Zoe M. Flack, Donncha Hanna, Mojtaba Soltanlou, Gabriel Banik, Matúš Adamkovič, Sanne H.G. Van Der Ven, Jochen A. Mosbacher, Hilal H. Şen, Joel R. Anderson, Michael Batashvili, Kristel De Groot, Matthew O. Parker, Mai Helmy, Mariia M. Ostroha, Katie A. Gilligan-Lee, Felix O. Egara, Martin J. Barwood, Karuna Thomas, Grace McMahon, Siobhán M. Griffin, Hans Christoph Nuerk, Alyssa Counsell, Oliver Lindemann, Dirk Van Rooy, Theresa E. Wege, Joanna E. Lewis, Balazs Aczel, Conal Monaghan, Ali H. Al-Hoorie, Julia F. Huber, Saadet Yapan, Mauricio E. Garrido Vásquez, Antonino Callea, Tolga Ergiyen, James M. Clay, Gaetan Mertens, Feyza Topçu, Merve G. Tutlu, Karin Täht, Kristel Mikkor, Letizia Caso, Alexander Karner, Maxine M.C. Storm, Gabriella Daroczy, Rizqy A. Zein, Andrea Greco, Erin M. Buchanan, Katharina Schmid, Thomas E. Hunt, Jonas De Keersmaecker, Peter E. Branney, Jordan Randell, Oliver J. Clark, Crystal N. Steltenpohl, Bhasker Malu, Burcu Tekeş, Tamilselvan Ramis, Stefan Agrigoroaei, Nicholas A. Badcock, Kareena McAloney-Kocaman, Olena V. Semenikhina, Erich W. Graf, Charlie Lea, Kalu T.U. Ogba, Fergus M. Guppy, Amy C. Warhurst, Shane Lindsay, Ahmed Al Khateeb, Frank Scharnowski, Leontien De Kwaadsteniet, Kathryn B. Francis, Mariah Lecompte, Lisa A.D. Webster, Kinga Morsanyi, Suzanna E. Forwood, Elizabeth R. Walters, Linda K. Tip, Jordan R. Wagge, Ho Yan Lai, Deborah S. Crossland, Kohinoor M. Darda, Tessa R. Flack, Zoe Leviston, Matthew Brolly, Samuel P. Hills, Elizabeth Collins, Andrew J. Roberts, Wing Yee Cheung, Sophie Leonard, Bruno Verschuere, Samantha K. Stanley, Iro Xenidou-Dervou, Omid Ghasemi, Timothy Liew, Daniel Ansari, Johnrev Guilaran, Samuel G. Penny, Julia Bahnmueller, Christopher J. Hand, Unita W. Rahajeng, Dar Peterburg, Zsofia K. Takacs, Michael J. Platow, Andy P. Field

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    Original languageEnglish
    Article number8
    JournalJournal of Open Psychology Data
    Volume11
    Issue number1
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - 2023

    Funding

    Kristel de Groot was supported by the Dutch Research Council (NWO); James M. Clay was supported by the Economic and Social Research Council (ES/P000673/1); Elizabeth Collins was supported by the Economic and Social Research Council; Philipp Schmid was supported by a European Commission Horizon 2020 Grant (964728 JITSUVAX); Robert M. Ross was supported the Australian Research Council (grant number: DP180102384), a Macquarie University Research Fellowship (MQRF), and the John Templeton Foundation (grant ID: 62631); Andras N. Zsido was supported by the New National Excellence Program of the Ministry for Innovation and Technology from the source of the National Research, Development and Innovation Fund (OTKA PD-137588; ÚNKP-21-4); Jenny Terry was supported by a School of Psychology PhD Studentship, University of Sussex; Gabriel Banik was supported by a Slovak Research and Development Agency (APVV-17-0418); Matúš Adamkovič was supported by a Slovak Research and Development Agency (APVV-20-0319); Ivan Ropovik was supported by the Systemic Risk Institute (PRIMUS/20/HUM/009; LX22NPO5101); Mahmoud M. Elsherif was supported by the Baily Thomas Charitable Fund; Mauricio Salgado was supported by the National Agency for Research and Development (ANID), Ministry of Science, Technology, Knowledge and Innovation, through the Centre for Research in Inclusive Education (PIA-ANID CIE160009; 2017); Sophie Leonard was supported by the University College Dublin Ad Astra Scholarship; Flavia H. Santos was supported by the University College Dublin Ad Astra Start Up Scholarship.

    FundersFunder number
    Centre for Research in Inclusive EducationPIA-ANID CIE160009
    European Commission Horizon 2020964728 JITSUVAX
    Systemic Risk InstituteLX22NPO5101, PRIMUS/20/HUM/009
    University College
    John Templeton Foundation62631
    Agenția Națională pentru Cercetare și Dezvoltare
    Ministerio de Ciencia, Tecnología, Conocimiento e Innovación
    Economic and Social Research CouncilES/P000673/1
    University of Sussex
    Australian Research CouncilDP180102384
    Macquarie University
    Baily Thomas Charitable Fund
    Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek
    Hungarian Scientific Research FundÚNKP-21-4, PD-137588
    Agentúra na Podporu Výskumu a VývojaAPVV-17-0418, APVV-20-0319
    Nemzeti Kutatási, Fejlesztési és Innovaciós Alap
    Innovációs és Technológiai Minisztérium

      Keywords

      • anxiety
      • education
      • jangle, fallacy
      • mathematics
      • Statistics

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