0000-0003-3643-0419 (Kelley); 0000-0002-4630-6449 (Bravo); 0000-0002-0320-0871 (Burgin); 0000-0002-5119-9633 (Gaylord); 0000-0001-8883-0989 (Vinci); 0000-0002-8476-5099 (Strowger)
Three data files contain the syntax and outcomes reported in the manuscript, “Using Mindfulness to Manage Moral Injury in Veterans: Outcomes of an Initial Live Web-based Randomized Controlled Trial.”
ANOVA: 406 KB; Demographics: 23 KB; Correlation: 19KB
NIH National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH)
Old Dominion University
A series of repeated measures ANCOVA models in SPSS 28 for the analytic sample, to determine if there were significant pre-to-post intervention changes in moral injury and mental health outcomes and whether these changes differed across groups (i.e., condition x time interaction effects). Statistical significance was determined by p < .05. Given the pilot nature of the project and the small sample size, the main focus was on effect size estimates (i.e., partial eta squares). The magnitude of effects was interpreted based on guidelines for small (η2 = .01), medium (η2 = .06), and large (η2 = .14) effects (Richardson, 2011).
To read this file, SPSS ver. 28 or later is likely to be needed. See output file.
Kelley, Michelle L.; Bravo, Adrian J.; Burgin, Elizabeth E.; Gaylord, Susan A.; Vinci, Christine; Strowger, Megan; Gabelmann, Jeff M.; and Currier, Joseph M., "Data Output for "Using Mindfulness to Manage Moral Injury in Veterans: Outcomes of an Initial Live Web-based Randomized Controlled Trial"" (2023). Psychology Data. 1.
Additional FilesAnalytic Sample Demographics.spv (23 kB)
Analytic Sample Demographics File - .spv
Correlation Table.spv (18 kB)
Correlation Table - .spv