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Correction: A Pilot Study Examining Physical and Social Warmth: Higher (Non-Febrile) Oral Temperature Is Associated with Greater Feelings of Social Connection

  • Tristen K. Inagaki,
  • Michael R. Irwin,
  • Mona Moieni,
  • Ivana Jevtic,
  • Naomi I. Eisenberger

Correction: A Pilot Study Examining Physical and Social Warmth: Higher (Non-Febrile) Oral Temperature Is Associated with Greater Feelings of Social Connection

  • Tristen K. Inagaki, 
  • Michael R. Irwin, 
  • Mona Moieni, 
  • Ivana Jevtic, 
  • Naomi I. Eisenberger
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There is an error in the fourth sentence of the Results. The correct sentence is: However, adding feelings of connection to the regression model explained an additional 13.4% of the variance in oral temperature and this R2 change was significant (F(1, 49) = 8.42, p = .01).

Reference

  1. 1. Inagaki TK, Irwin MR, Moieni M, Jevtic I, Eisenberger NI (2016) A Pilot Study Examining Physical and Social Warmth: Higher (Non-Febrile) Oral Temperature Is Associated with Greater Feelings of Social Connection. PLoS ONE 11(6): e0156873. pmid:27257914