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Data from “Perfectionism, Negative Motives for Drinking, and Alcohol-Related Problems: A 21-day Diary Study”


Data from “Perfectionism, Negative Motives for Drinking, and Alcohol-Related Problems: A 21-day Diary Study”

Mackinnon, Sean P. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0921-9589, Ray, Cassondra M., Firth, Samantha M. and O’connor, Roisin M. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2455-983X (2021) Data from “Perfectionism, Negative Motives for Drinking, and Alcohol-Related Problems: A 21-day Diary Study”. Journal of Open Psychology Data, 9 . ISSN 2050-9863

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Two datasets include self-report data from (a) a 21-day daily diary study (N = 263) and (b) a cross-sectional psychometric study (N = 139) of emerging adult drinkers. Data were collected from two Canadian cities, and represent unique, non-overlapping participants in both datasets. Questionnaires assessed perfectionism, reinforcement sensitivity, big five personality traits, alcohol consumption/problems, binge eating, social support, positive and negative affect, social anxiety, and drinking motives. Daily data were originally analysed using multilevel structural equation modelling and are stored in the Open Science Framework (https://osf.io/gduy4/). These data can be used to examine research questions related to personality, emotions, and alcohol consumption, including changes from day-to-day in many variables.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Arts and Science > Psychology
Item Type:Article
Authors:Mackinnon, Sean P. and Ray, Cassondra M. and Firth, Samantha M. and O’connor, Roisin M.
Journal or Publication:Journal of Open Psychology Data
Date:2 July 2021
Digital Object Identifier (DOI):10.5334/jopd.44
Keywords:perfectionism, social support, alcohol, affect, emotions, personality
ID Code:988520
Deposited On:12 Jul 2021 20:02
Last Modified:12 Jul 2021 20:02
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