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Measuring impostor phenomenon among health sciences librarians

Citation

Barr-Walker, Jill; Bass, Michelle; Werner, Deb; Kellermeyer, Liz (2018), Measuring impostor phenomenon among health sciences librarians, v2, UC San Francisco Dash, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.7272/Q64X55Z4

Abstract

This dataset contains Appendices 2, 3, & 4 corresponding to the article "Measuring impostor phenomenon in health sciences libraries".

Usage Notes

Readme file contains instructions for interpreting the data.

Appendix 2 contains a codebook that corresponds to the variable names listed in Appendices 3 & 4.

Appendix 3 contains all raw data, including qualitative and quantitative, plus several new variable categories created by the authors for analysis (these are detailed in Appendix 2).

Appendix 4 contains 6 tabs:

Tab 1 (Raw data) is the raw qualitative data.

Tab 2 (JBW_Notes) is one author (JBW)’s notes on thematic analysis.

Tab 3 (MBB_Notes) is one author (MBB)’s notes on thematic analysis.

Tab 4 (Interrater_Reliability_Check) contains the final decisions for coding based on both authors’ notes. Within this tab, the final decisions can be found:

For coping strategy codes = “Recoded coping strategy”

For don’t feel inadequate codes = “Recoded don’t feel inadequate”

For effectiveness codes = “Recoded Effective”

Tab 5 (Thematic_Analyses) details our thematic analyses codes with examples.

Tab 6 (Frequency_Counts) provides a list of words and the number of times they are seen in the qualitative data.