Making sure the citations in your manuscript are setup correctly used to be a very tedious task. Throughout the years I've seen different scholars have different methods of tackling this problem, but the most common of all seems to either use research... Read More | Share it now!
I'll start by saying that I think Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk) and online markets offer no less than a revolution in experimental psychology. By now, I've already conducted over a hundred experiments on MTurk and have come to consider it as one of... Read More | Share it now!
Managing citations and creating bibliographies used to be alot of work. Tools like Endnote made things slightly easier, but it was still a bit of a hassle to export all the citations, download those and manage them. But, in recent years the... Read More | Share it now!
The following two in-class activities were aimed at two topics that are especially interesting to demonstrate in the classroom - leadership and group collaboration. When it comes to the formation of leadership - how can you force a situation for... Read More | Share it now!
Though I know many instructors shy away from dealing with the issue of ethics in the classroom, I find that topic especially challenging and intriguing. I've followed how Dan Ariely discusses some of this psychological science with the wide TED.COM... Read More | Share it now!
To continue the in-class experiments series, I ran three more inclass experiments in the recent summer course I gave - Hindsight Bias, False Consensus Bias & Confirmation Bias.
The three are relatively straightforward and can be combined into a... Read More | Share it now!
My strongest memory of all that I've studied during my MBA was an in-class experiment showing the fallacy of handwriting assessment. Now that I've turned a management/psychology instructor and am constantly seeking learning experiences that would stay... Read More | Share it now!
Since we're in the topic of free will and the attributions of free will to agents, I was wondering whether people will ever be able to attribute will and moral responsibility to machines. A recent article by the New Yorker "Moral Machines" was the... Read More | Share it now!