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Discussing gender imbalance in science is tricky business. Some observations!
Over the last couple of weeks there have been some really excellent blog posts about gender representation in discussions of best research practices. The first was a shared Email correspondence between Simine Vazire and Lee Jussim. The second was a report of gender imbalance in discussions of ...
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Predicting the future in social-personality psychology! #SPSP2015
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SPSP 2015: The world thinks that atheists are immoral
At the self and identity pre-conference this morning Will Gervais presented a series of studies (available open access right here ) suggesting that people seem to automatically associate atheism with a lack of moral character. In the studies, participants w...
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It's job season for psychology PhDs! Oh the humanity!
It's late October and that means we are squarely in the middle of job season for psychology PhDs (and PhD candidates). I was hired during the 2011-2012 job cycle, and so I recently switched to the evaluation side of the job process. Sitting on this side of the fence I feel incredibly fortunate ...
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Gender Imbalance in Discussions of Best Research Practices
Over the last couple of weeks there have been some really excellent blog posts about gender representation in discussions of best research practices. The first was a shared Email correspondence between Simine Vazire and Lee Jussim . The second was a report ...
Over the last couple of weeks there have been some really excellent blog posts about gender representation in discussions of best research practices. The first was a shared Email correspondence between Simine Vazire and Lee Jussim. The second was a report of gender imbalance in discussions of ...
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SPSP 2015: Actually Predicting the Future
In
regression (a common statistical practice used in social science research) we
often attempt to predict the outcome of a given dependent measure (the DV)
based on what we know about other measured variables theoretically related to
the DV (the IVs). This ...
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SPSP 2015: Status Shapes Redistribution
A lot
of people think about political ideology as a powerful causal force that
influences the structure of our society and our respective positions within it.
In the politics and inequality symposium Jazmin Brown-Iannuzzi of the
University of North Carolina...
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SPSP 2015: The Contagious Spread of Affect
I was fortunate to attend the first session of the emotion pre-conference this morning and had a chance to hear about some amazing research conducted by Wendy Mendes (my post-doc advisor), Sara Waters, and Tessa West. The research examined the extent that a...
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SPSP 2015: We're here in Long Beach!
It's been a few months since I've posted on this blog, and I'm planning to change that over the next several days: It is time for the annual convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology and we've got three full days packed with social-per...
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Everyone Gets a Job!
A terrifying graph for any PhD student! ( source ) It's late October and that means we are squarely in the middle of job season for psychology PhDs (and PhD candidates). I was hired during the 2011-2012 job cycle, and so I recently switched to the evaluatio...
It's late October and that means we are squarely in the middle of job season for psychology PhDs (and PhD candidates). I was hired during the 2011-2012 job cycle, and so I recently switched to the evaluation side of the job process. Sitting on this side of the fence I feel incredibly fortunate ...
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