I'm interested in how cognitive science experiments are designed and executed. Up until now, all of the papers I've seen dealing with cognition use availability of test subjects as one of the major ...
The goal is to take simple measurements of mood using Likert scale over an extended period of time (e.g. two months). I know there is a large number of mobile apps for tracking mood on every ...
After recalling Eric Steven Raymond and Rick Moen's How to Ask Questions The Smart Way and a discussion in a systems engineering course regarding the impact of the proper formulation of a problem in ...
We would like to compare students from different education systems on the following variables: tendency to actively participate on lessons tendency to ask questions tendency and experience in ...
I'm interested in structural equation modelling (SEM) meta-analysis and its application to modelling mediation relationships. Mike W.-L. Cheung has written a few articles on the topic of SEM ...
How does a researcher typically go about conducting a survey-based psychological experiment? [closed]
What is a typical approach to conducting a survey-based psychological experiment? There seems to be a host of issues involved; some that seem particularly important are: the appropriate design of ...
In signal detection theory, one typically uses "signal" and "no signal" responses to analyze the data (that is, the analysis is based on a discrete choice for each trial, effectively generating the ...