Loneliness Predicts a Preference for Larger Interpersonal Distance within Intimate Space: Supporting Data

Dataset

Title Loneliness Predicts a Preference for Larger Interpersonal Distance within Intimate Space: Supporting Data
Authors Layden Elliot, Cacioppo John, Cacioppo Stephanie
Description This repository contains key data supporting our findings of an association between loneliness and preferences for larger intimate interpersonal distance.
License Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Public Domain Dedication (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/)
References Loneliness Predicts a Preference for Larger Interpersonal Distance within Intimate Space [10.31234/osf.io/ujfsx]
Funding National Institute on Aging, R01AG033590
Keywords Loneliness
Interpersonal Distance
Hypervigilance for Social Threats
Body-Buffer Zone
Perceived Social Isolation
Data This dataset can be browsed online here or downloaded as a zip archive (10 MB). The current version of the dataset repository, possibly with updates, can be found here.
DOI 10.12751/g-node.4a8efb
Citation This dataset can be cited as:
Layden E, Cacioppo J, Cacioppo S (2018) Loneliness Predicts a Preference for Larger Interpersonal Distance within Intimate Space: Supporting Data. G-Node. doi:10.12751/g-node.4a8efb
Please also consider citing the material listed in the references
Type Dataset