The Ordinal Effects of Ostracism: A Meta-Analysis of 120 Cyberball Studies

@inproceedings{Hartgerink2015TheOE,
  title={The Ordinal Effects of Ostracism: A Meta-Analysis of 120 Cyberball Studies},
  author={Chris Hartgerink and Ilja van Beest and Jelte M. Wicherts and Kipling D. Williams and Nico W. Van Yperen},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
We examined 120 Cyberball studies (N = 11,869) to determine the effect size of ostracism and conditions under which the effect may be reversed, eliminated, or small. Our analyses showed that (1) the average ostracism effect is large (d > |1.4|) and (2) generalizes across structural aspects (number of players, ostracism duration, number of tosses, type of needs scale), sampling aspects (gender, age, country), and types of dependent measure (interpersonal, intrapersonal, fundamental needs… CONTINUE READING
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