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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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May
16
revised How is intelligence correlated to beauty?
tried to make question a little bit more concise;
May
13
revised How to conduct surveys using facebook?
perhaps this makes it more concrete
May
10
answered How to use Mechanical Turk for longer studies (i.e., 30 minutes+)?
May
10
revised How long should I work before taking a break?
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May
9
comment Are there “6 degrees of separation” for ideas?
Could you further explain how you see the 6 degrees of separation idea relating to the general issue of the brain or mind implicitly connecting ideas?
May
8
comment How to use Mechanical Turk for longer studies (i.e., 30 minutes+)?
@jeff It's good that it's possible, but I get the impression that there might be additional issues with longer studies around motivating participants to complete the task in the first place and ensuring that they perform the task conscientiously.
May
8
comment How to use Mechanical Turk for longer studies (i.e., 30 minutes+)?
@ofri I imagine speed of recruitment and cost effectiveness are the two main motivations. For example, If I could get 200 conscientious participants to complete a 30 minute study for US\$5 or US\$10 per participant, and it could all be finalised in a day or so, that would make my life a lot easier. mturk manages payment and it also manages the mapping of free time to tasks.
May
8
asked How to use Mechanical Turk for longer studies (i.e., 30 minutes+)?
May
7
revised Analyzing control questions data for a survey
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May
7
reviewed Approve Difference between Instinct and Intuition
May
7
comment How to identify participants answering online questionnaires who have not paid attention?
You're right. I thought I remembered seeing a question like this before. It looks like I even answered it :-)
May
7
asked How to identify participants answering online questionnaires who have not paid attention?
May
5
revised Do people estimate combined probabilities differently to uncombined ones?
when i first saw the question I thought you were asking a purely statistics question; thus, I tweaked the title to make it clear it is about human perception of probability; feel free to change if you don't like
May
4
reviewed Approve What is the threshold where actions are perceived as “instant”?
May
1
revised Can we increase our higher order thinking (HOT) skills by practicing inductive reasoning?
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Apr
30
comment What is the conceptual relationship between higher order thinking and inductive reasoning?
@juilee interesting question. I encourage you to ask a separate question about this, perhaps with a link to this one.
Apr
29
revised Math or Physics: Which is the more relevant background to enter Cognitive Sciences and Psychology?
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Apr
29
revised Math or Physics: Which is the more relevant background to enter Cognitive Sciences and Psychology?
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Apr
29
answered Math or Physics: Which is the more relevant background to enter Cognitive Sciences and Psychology?
Apr
25
revised How much time is required to relearn a subject after x years?
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