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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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answered Intelligence and marriage satisfaction
Apr
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asked Intelligence and marriage satisfaction
Apr
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answered Should questions in psychology always be objective questions?
Mar
30
answered What is the effect of mindfulness practice on cognition?
Mar
30
asked What is the relationship between practice and performance of telephone call centre workers?
Mar
29
asked How do the correlations between Big 5 personality change in studies examining “faking bad”?
Mar
26
answered What free scientific measures of Big 5 personality are available?
Mar
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asked What free scientific measures of Big 5 personality are available?
Mar
26
answered Is there a learning style that involves learning best by teaching others?
Mar
21
answered Are cortisol measures more reliable than self-reported fear measures for looking at difference scores?
Mar
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asked Are cortisol measures more reliable than self-reported fear measures for looking at difference scores?
Mar
11
answered How to compute Chi-square value and degrees of freedom in Excel?
Mar
10
answered Analyzing control questions data for a survey
Mar
8
answered What is the standard error of measurement for teacher made multiple choice tests?
Mar
8
asked What is the standard error of measurement for teacher made multiple choice tests?
Feb
19
asked Test-retest reliability of Iowa gambling task performance and Expectancy Valence Model parameters
Feb
13
answered What is the longer term prognosis for women in their early 20's with Schizoaffective disorder?
Feb
13
answered What positive writing exercises improve happiness?
Feb
13
answered Is acrophobia connected to falling in dreams?
Feb
12
answered What does hemispatial neglect vision look like?