Reputation
18,516
Next tag badge:
96/100 score
24/20 answers
Badges
7 42 135
Impact
~426k people reached

Aug
20
comment Does extroversion correlate with conscientiousness?
Just my opinion, but I think given the different focus on this question, I imagine we could have a more specific answer here that perhaps makes reference to the previous question cogsci.stackexchange.com/questions/2015/…
Aug
17
answered How strong is the correlation between selfies and narcissism?
Aug
14
wiki created ethics description
Aug
14
wiki created ethics excerpt
Aug
14
revised Is it ethically appropriate for a client to buy their psychologist a gift?
added 96 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Aug
7
comment Personality trait in which the person's style is evident regardless of the situation?
It wasn't horrible. It's just that stack exchange is not like forums. It is very focused Q&A.
Aug
6
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
6
revised Personality trait in which the person's style is evident regardless of the situation?
deleted 20 characters in body
Aug
6
revised How is doing a manipulation check different from doing the analysis on the main dependent variable?
edited title
Aug
6
answered How is doing a manipulation check different from doing the analysis on the main dependent variable?
Aug
3
revised Are younger people less capable of driving?
edited tags
Jul
30
reviewed Satisfactory Qualitative scoring for responses to design fluency task
Jul
30
reviewed Satisfactory Anti-psychotic medication withdrawal-induced psychosis
Jul
30
reviewed Satisfactory What's the optimal type of exercise to increase BDNF
Jul
30
reviewed Satisfactory IQ and Performance in Different Fields
Jul
30
reviewed Excellent Brain's differences in introverts vs. extroverts
Jul
30
reviewed Satisfactory Analysis of RTs when speed-accuracy trade-off leading to ceiling accuracy has occurred
Jul
30
reviewed Excellent Are there any free online questionnaire/survey sites that also measure the time it takes for participants to answer each question?
Jul
30
reviewed Excellent Paul Ekman suggests that in near-accidents, fear motivates people to hit their car brakes. Is the fear response fast enough to do this?
Jul
30
reviewed Excellent How to test whether a person is Left-Eared or Right-Eared?