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I am a Lecturer in the School of Psychology at Deakin University bridging I/O psychology and statistics.

I'm quite active on the Cognitive Sciences and Statistics Stack Exchanges.

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Jul
18
comment What are the average raw scores, and standard deviations for the WAIS-IV subtests?
@caseyr547 That's why it is a comment. It also embodies the point that if you are using a test, ethically you should understand how to use the test, and that involves reading the test manual.
Jul
15
revised Reference Request: Neurorobot
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Jul
15
comment What are the average raw scores, and standard deviations for the WAIS-IV subtests?
I imagine the information you are after would be in the WAIS IV scoring manual. Many university schools of psychology should have a copy.
Jul
15
revised What are the average raw scores, and standard deviations for the WAIS-IV subtests?
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Jul
14
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Jul
14
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Jul
14
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
13
comment Reference Request: Neurorobot
I've never heard of neurobot. Have you looked at the cited citations on google scholar? scholar.google.com/scholar?q=neurobot
Jul
13
revised Where to recruit paid participants for online Inquisit experiments?
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Jul
13
comment How do people estimate smoking's impact on their mortality?
Thanks for making the edits; I think the focus on smoking makes it a much more answerable question.
Jul
13
revised How do people estimate smoking's impact on their mortality?
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Jul
11
answered What to call measures obtained between pre-test and post-test?
Jul
11
comment How do people estimate smoking's impact on their mortality?
Would you be able to edit your question incorporating these suggestions?
Jul
11
comment How do people estimate smoking's impact on their mortality?
Yes. Good questions. There is literature on all these topics. You are talking about the field of health psychology. I think your question would be better divided into at least two separate questions. I.e., (1) How accurate are people in estimating their mortality risk? and then a second question about smoking. I'm not quite clear on what is your second question, but it could be: (2a) How does smoking alter people's perceptions of mortality risk? or (2b) How effective is new information in altering smoker's perception of mortality risk? Your third question seems a little too general.
Jul
11
revised How do people estimate smoking's impact on their mortality?
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Jul
11
revised Should raw response time data be transformed?
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Jul
11
revised What would happen if you saw no form of light for a year?
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Jul
11
revised Are Rorschach (inkblot) tests still used as a diagnostic tool?
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Jul
10
comment This is the 2,000th question posted. Why do people care about big round number events more than the surrounding events?
Could you clarify: (1) easier in what sense? (2) Saves a lot of what? (3) Why is simplicity of representation appealing?
Jul
10
revised This is the 2,000th question posted. Why do people care about big round number events more than the surrounding events?
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