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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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revised Source for standardized audio files for an experiment in German
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Nov
26
revised To what extent do individuals vary in their ability to mentally visualise?
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Nov
26
comment What reasoning processes underlie the Logima Strictica 36 and Logicaus Strictimanus 24?
It is not the role of this site to provide answers to public IQ tests, especially where such resources could serve to reduce the public value of such tests. I've given the question a tweak to focus on the psychological question. I.e., what reasoning processes underlie the test?
Nov
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revised What reasoning processes underlie the Logima Strictica 36 and Logicaus Strictimanus 24?
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Nov
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revised How does displaying existing votes to a poll influence subsequent voting behaviour?
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Nov
26
comment Free online intelligence test with norm table, high reliability, and must be printable?
Thanks for sharing. Just to clarify, this test looks like an SAT reasoning test and there is a conversion table (but it is from raw to SAT points, thus, an additional conversion to IQ would be required as well as a discussion of the degree to which it is a reasonable proxy for IQ). Is there any documentation about this test (i.e., copyright, explanation of what the scale was intended to measure, explanation of norm development, IQ correlates, etc). Is it the actual SAT test from 2002? or just a practice test that the organisation has developed?
Nov
24
revised How do you know if it's psychosomatic or not?
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Nov
23
revised Are there any standard psychometric scales that are only applicable to within-subject designs?
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Nov
23
revised Ignoring minority while generalizing about a group, any theoretical reference?
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Nov
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answered Ignoring minority while generalizing about a group, any theoretical reference?
Nov
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comment What articles use structural equation modelling in a meta-analytic context to model mediation?
+1 Hi Adam, thanks for the detailed answer. I'll start reading through your points.
Nov
17
revised Is there an actionable branch of cognitive science?
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revised Is there an actionable branch of cognitive science?
I incorporated your comments into your existing answer.
Nov
17
answered Is there an actionable branch of cognitive science?
Nov
14
answered How are people able to wake themselves up after a pre-specified amount of time?
Nov
14
comment How does appreciation for music change over time for the same person?
I've tweaked the question just a little bit. It's obvious from personal experience that the experience of music can change over time. I think the psychological question is "how" does such experience tend to change over time. I.e., what regularities has empirical research shown exist regarding the experience of music over time.
Nov
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revised How does appreciation for music change over time for the same person?
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revised Is there a database of emotional stimuli available?
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12
revised Does the person's walking say anything about the person's cognition?
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