We’ve recently completed the first manuscript from the ongoing mass pre-registered replication project with a replication of the bias blind spot and an extension connecting the bias to agency. We’ve made it available on Research, and it... Read More | Share it now!
In the last year or so I’ve been teaching advanced social psychology and giving workshops on open-science, discussing some of the recent developments in psychological science and my understanding of what some refer to as the... Read More | Share it now!
APS published a post covering our recent Psychological Science article about action-inaction framing in escalation of commitment situations.
To offer a more comprehensive view on the topic, I’ll add my reply to the reporter, and will add... Read More | Share it now!
Sometimes, you want to make sure your participants are from a specific country. If you’re running studies on Amazon Mechanical Turk there is a problem with some workers who self-report to be the in the US and take part in... Read More | Share it now!
Do you understand the concepts of p-values and power?
Strangely enough, in almost all of my trainings in various institutions around the world these concepts were not clearly explained or discussed. Sure, p-values and NHST were used in reading... Read More | Share it now!
A research project I’ve been working on with Huiwen Lian, Michal Kosinski, and David Stillwell, has been accepted for publication at the Social Psychological and Personality Science journal in October 2016. I then uploaded a pre-print of the... Read More | Share it now!
I recently gave a quick presentation on quick tips and tools to boost research and productivity. I sent out an email to the Maastricht University work and social department faculty and asked them for their suggestions for tools and tips that they think... Read More | Share it now!
I previously wrote about displaying back results to the participant after answering a scale using the Qualtrics scoring feature and Embedded Data (can be combined with math operations). I was wondering if I can take that a step further, and... Read More | Share it now!