This periodically-updated page is to acknowledge researchers who have shared data and/or code and/or have answered questions about their research. I tried to acknowledge everyone who provided data, code, or information, but let me know if I missed anyone who should be on the list. The list is chronological based on the date that I first received data and/or code and/or information.
Aneeta Rattan for answering questions about and providing data used in "Race and the Fragility of the Legal Distinction between Juveniles and Adults" by Aneeta Rattan, Cynthia S. Levine, Carol S. Dweck, and Jennifer L. Eberhardt.
Maureen Craig for code for "More Diverse Yet Less Tolerant? How the Increasingly Diverse Racial Landscape Affects White Americans' Racial Attitudes" and for "On the Precipice of a 'Majority-Minority' America", both by Maureen A. Craig and Jennifer A. Richeson.
Michael Bailey for answering questions about his ideal point estimates.
Jeremy Freese for answering questions and conducting research about past studies of the Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences program.
Antoine Banks and AJPS editor William Jacoby for posting data for "Emotional Substrates of White Racial Attitudes" by Antoine J. Banks and Nicholas A. Valentino.
Gábor Simonovits for data for "Publication Bias in the Social Sciences: Unlocking the File Drawer" by Annie Franco, Neil Malhotra, and Gábor Simonovits.
Ryan Powers for posting and sending data and code for "The Gender Citation Gap in International Relations" by Daniel Maliniak, Ryan Powers, and Barbara F. Walter. Thanks also to Daniel Maliniak for answering questions about the analysis.
Maya Sen for data and code for "How Judicial Qualification Ratings May Disadvantage Minority and Female Candidates" by Maya Sen.
Antoine Banks for data and code for "The Public's Anger: White Racial Attitudes and Opinions Toward Health Care Reform" by Antoine J. Banks.
Travis L. Dixon for the codebook for and for answering questions about "The Changing Misrepresentation of Race and Crime on Network and Cable News" by Travis L. Dixon and Charlotte L. Williams.
Adam Driscoll for providing summary statistics for "What's in a Name: Exposing Gender Bias in Student Ratings of Teaching" by Lillian MacNell, Adam Driscoll, and Andrea N. Hunt.
Andrei Cimpian for answering questions and providing more detailed data than available online for "Expectations of Brilliance Underlie Gender Distributions across Academic Disciplines" by Sarah-Jane Leslie, Andrei Cimpian, Meredith Meyer, and Edward Freeland.
Jo Phelan for directing me to data for "The Genomic Revolution and Beliefs about Essential Racial Differences A Backdoor to Eugenics?" by Jo C. Phelan, Bruce G. Linkb, and Naumi M. Feldman.
Spencer Piston for answering questions about "Accentuating the Negative: Candidate Race and Campaign Strategy" by Yanna Krupnikov and Spencer Piston.
Amanda Koch for answering questions and providing information about "A Meta-Analysis of Gender Stereotypes and Bias in Experimental Simulations of Employment Decision Making" by Amanda J. Koch, Susan D. D'Mello, and Paul R. Sackett.
Kevin Wallsten and Tatishe M. Nteta for answering questions about "Racial Prejudice Is Driving Opposition to Paying College Athletes. Here's the Evidence" by Kevin Wallsten, Tatishe M. Nteta, and Lauren A. McCarthy.
Hannah-Hanh D. Nguyen for answering questions and providing data for "Does Stereotype Threat Affect Test Performance of Minorities and Women? A Meta-Analysis of Experimental Evidence" by Hannah-Hanh D. Nguyen and Ann Marie Ryan.
Solomon Messing for posting data and code for "Bias in the Flesh: Skin Complexion and Stereotype Consistency in Political Campaigns" by Solomon Messing, Maria Jabon, and Ethan Plaut.
Sean J. Westwood for data and code for "Fear and Loathing across Party Lines: New Evidence on Group Polarization" by Sean J. Westwood and Shanto Iyengar.
Charlotte Cavaillé for code and for answering questions for the Monkey Cage post "No, Trump won't win votes from disaffected Democrats in the fall" by Charlotte Cavaillé.
Kris Byron for data for "Women on Boards and Firm Financial Performance: A Meta-Analysis" by Corrine Post and Kris Byron.
Hans van Dijk for data for "Defying Conventional Wisdom: A Meta-Analytical Examination of the Differences between Demographic and Job-Related Diversity Relationships with Performance" by Hans van Dijk, Marloes L. van Engen, and Daan van Knippenberg.
Alexandra Filindra for answering questions about "Racial Resentment and Whites' Gun Policy Preferences in Contemporary America" by Alexandra Filindra and Noah J. Kaplan.