Last semester a professor in our department asked me whether I have some recommended readings for his PhD class on what constitutes a theoretical contribution in the field of management. Looking over the classes I took and papers I put aside over the years I was able to draft the following list.
At the beginning of the current semester I was asked to welcome our new PhD arrivals with a basic orientation to our department’s program. Since those PhDs have been briefed by our faculty and received lots of information about the program, so I thought it would be better to give them a few pointers [...]
There are time when you’re running a Quatrics survey and would like to calculate the results during survey run on the fly and present this back to the user. Even if it’s not as straight forward there is an advanced way to do this with Qualtrics.
The most basic way to do this [...]
It’s very easy to setup Qualtrics as a signup form, and I’ve found this to be a far more efficient method than many of the other participant signup systems out there.
I often use Qualtrics when asking participants to sign up for experiment sessions and it works terrific. The secret ingredient for signup forms [...]
To collect survey data and run survey based manipulations I use Qualtrics. Even if all you need is run a survey, I would still generally recommend to administer that to your participants in a computer lab using a computerized survey. In the time that I’ve been using Qualitrics I’ve learned a few neat tips [...]
In the 90s the personal values research domain led by Rokeach (1968, 1970) has gained a significant momentum with Schwartz’s work identifying ten cross-cultural value categories falling into two dimensions on a circumplex : self-enhancement vs. self-transcendence and conservation vs. openness to change. Most of the research in this domain followed value measurement using the [...]
Implicit Association Test (IAT) is a psychological measure aimed at tapping into a person’s implicit mental attitudes towards a certain concept or issue. Greenwald, McGhee and Schwartz (1998) have led the way to the method that has now become widely used in many domains in social psychology and cognition.
The general basic IAT procedure is [...]
If you’re a PhD student, most chances are that at some point you’re going to go to a conference and present a conference poster. Most times this will present work in progress, something that you’re currently thinking of or have collected initial data for, but even if you have already written the paper putting it [...]