In the spirit of sharing and open-science I aim to share as much as possible from the courses I teach.
I am happy for feedback on any of those, and feel free to get in touch if something is missing or you require any other information.
Across all HKU courses I teach we conduct pre-registered replications. See mass pre-reg replication project page for more info.
I run a lot of fun in-class experiments. See in-class experiments summary thread on Twitter (updated throughout semester).
Course materials for concluded courses:
- HKU PSYC2020 – Autumn 2019/20 – Fundamentals of Social Psychology – Course materials: Discussing social-psychology / social cognition / JDM, some in-class experiments. (Cite as DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/AVMH9)
- HKU PSYC3052 – Autumn 2019/20 – Advanced Social Psychology – Course materials: Running in-class experiments, hands-on open-science, mass replications, discussing the science crisis (Cite as DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/QUWMK)
- HKU PSYC3052 – Autumn 2018-9 – Advanced social psychology: Discussing the science crisis and challenging students to reflect on the crisis and implications. (Cite as DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/4QEVW)
- HKU PSYC2071 – Autumn 2018-9 – Judgment and decision making: A course opened at HKU in 2018-9 with lots of inclass experiments by both instructor and students. Great collaborative summaries. Covering JDM, social cognition, experimental philosophy, moral psychology, etc. (Cite as DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/UY5S8)
- HKU PSYC2020 – Spring 2017-8 – Fundamentals of social psychology: Social psychology and judgment decision-making with lots of funky in-class experiments. (Cite as DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/E4PXZ)
- HKU PSYC3052D – Spring 2017-8 – Advanced social psychology: Discussing the science crisis and challenging students to reflect on the crisis and implications. (Cite as DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/BFETX)
- HKUST MGMT2110 – 2012/2013 – Introduction to management: in-class experiments (see also blog post summaries). (Cite as DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/WX648)