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

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revised Are there peer-reviewed psychology or neuroscience journal articles that include the raw data (data set)?
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revised Research on the van Norden percept
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revised How can items from a general self-esteem/efficacy measure be changed to measure context specific self-esteem/efficacy?
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revised Why do some researcher still prefer Myers-Briggs Type Indicator over Five-Factor model?
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revised How can I prime aversion to conflict?
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revised What causes loss of the memory of an argument?
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revised What are the brain regions related to tinnitus shown in this figure?
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revised How to describe research on the effect of expectations on memory?
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revised What it is called when a mother has sexual desires towards her son?
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revised Does pessimism lead to greater happiness because low expectations lead to less disappointment?
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revised Why might a person get widely varying scores on different online IQ tests?
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revised Is the depletion effect of self-control reliable?
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revised Is volition a reality or an illusion?
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revised How did the concepts of left and right direction develop in the human mind?
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revised Is there a term to describe the tendency to attribute the cause of a bad outcome to a recent event?
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revised What causes someone to frequently see particular patterns of digits when they look at a clock?
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revised Do women talk more than men?
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revised Do women talk more than men?
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