CO-RE Lab Blog
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In the past, we have led and participated in various multi-site studies. When we do those studies, we recruit and rely on many (kind) colleagues. Often however, these studies are led by a select few. We want to change this and support others. Consider this as a start. Because we have experience in studies onContinue reading “Become lead researcher on a multi-site replication/extension study”
At this past conference for the Society of Improvement of Psychological Science, Adeyemi Adetula, PhD student at the CORE Lab, gave the closing keynote on the topic of Synergy Between the Credibility Revolution and Human Development in Africa. A preprint of a manuscript that he led is available on AfricArxiv. The video of his talkContinue reading “Adeyemi Adetula’s Keynote @ SIPS”
In the previous post of this series, we introduced you to the API we chose to perform data scraping, we described the key part of the data scraping scripts one of us (Bastien) programmed, and we provided the link to the GitHub Repo where the scripts are available. If you haven’t already done so, weContinue reading “A brief tutorial to scraping weather data with annotated scripts (part 3/3)”
In the previous post of this series, we defined the concept of data scraping and we introduced you to its key principles. If you haven’t already done so, we suggest you read this previous post as it may help you better understand the content of this one. In the second post of this series, weContinue reading “A brief tutorial to scraping weather data with annotated scripts (part 2/3)”
One of the main research topics in our lab is social thermoregulation. Therefore, much of our research involves the collection of temperature data in various forms (like the participant’s core or peripheral body temperature or the ambient temperature in the lab). For one of our projects we are conducting this year we focused on aContinue reading “A brief tutorial to scraping weather data with annotated scripts (part 1/3)”
May 20, 2021, Hans (Rocha) IJzerman gave a talk (online) at the Applied Face Cognition lab, led by Meike Ramon and for the Swiss Reproducibility Network. Below the video of his talk.
May 21, 2021, Adam Hahn gave a talk (online) at our “labo” LIP/PC2S at Université Grenoble Alpes. Below first the video of his talk and then the abstract. Abstract Implicit measures – the results of indirect computerized reaction-time attitude measurements such as the Implicit Associations Task (the “IAT”, Greenwald, McGhee, & Schwartz, 1998) – areContinue reading “Towards a Better Understanding of Implicit Bias Beyond Unconsciousness and Dishonesty”
You can download the referenced training materials (the videos, slides and embedded audio files, and scripts for each video) from our OSF Tutorial Videos page: https://osf.io/8akz5/. The CREP training videos are also directly available on YouTube: Signing up for CREP Creating an OSF page Preparing and submitting a CREP project Completing a CREP project ThereContinue reading “Creating CREP training resources for Africa: Lessons from our SPSP 2021 workshop and hackathon”
Olivier Dujols and Hans (Rocha) IJzerman gave a joint talk for the virtual International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics on its first birthday. Olivier talked about his STRAEQ-2 project and Hans talked about his book Heartwarming. A handout for the talk can be found here and the video of the talk can be found below. ThereContinue reading “Social Thermoregulation Talks for vICEE”
I find the Psychological Science Accelerator one of the more exciting initiatives in psychological science. The PSA can potentially solve many known complicated challenges within our discipline. From complex problems pertaining to replicability, generalizability, strategy selection, inferential reproducibility, and computational reproducibility, PSA’s Big Team Science approach has the potential to tackle them all. And yet,Continue reading “Hans IJzerman’s Associate Director Nomination”
This blog post was written by Ivan Ropovik and Hans IJzerman. This blogpost is cross-posted at PsyArxiv. In Spike W. S. Lee and Norbert Schwarz’ recently published BBS target article “Grounded procedures: A proximate mechanism for the psychology of cleansing and other physical actions” (2020), the authors outline proximal mechanisms underlying so-called cleansing effects. InContinue reading “Cleansing effects still lack empirical support: Rejoinder to Lee and Schwarz’ rejoinder”
One of the things we will miss possibly the most this pandemic winter in the Northern Hemisphere is gezelligheid [ɣəˈzɛləxɛit]. No real English equivalent of gezelligheid exists; the closest word in the English vernacular – coziness – still doesn’t capture the same feeling of intimacy and belonging. What does communicate a similar sentiment and is more familiar to US ears is the Danish concept hygge [hʊɡə] and the Swedish concept of lagom. Wikipedia describes gezelligheid as “’conviviality’, ‘coziness’, ‘fun’” or “just the general togetherness that gives people a warm feeling”.
During this pandemic winter, many of us will be away from the people we love most. The absence of the physical presence of loved ones deprives us of hugs, physical touch, and feelings of physical and psychological warmth that no amount of Skype or Zoom ever seems to fully replace.
March 11, 2021, Patrick Forscher gave a talk (online) at the Applied Face Cognition lab, led by Meike Ramon and for the Swiss Reproducibility Network. Below first the video of his talk and then the abstract. Abstract Progress in psychology has been frustrated by challenges concerning replicability, generalizability, strategy selection, inferential reproducibility, and computational reproducibility.Continue reading “A Manifesto for Big Team Science: Talk at AFC”
This quote is often attributed to the person hailed as the “father of social psychology”, Kurt Lewin. In social psychology textbooks, the quote is used to justify a mode of social psychology whereby theories that are developed and tested in the lab “naturally” and “inherently” lead to useful social applications
During our journal club, we discuss a variety of articles. Some of them are focused on specific topics, but many of them are focused on broader methods (for a full list, see the featured image). During last meeting (January 22, 2021), we discussed the value of computational modeling. We used Wander Jager’s article “Enhancing theContinue reading “CORE Lab Journal Club (January 22, 2021): Enhancing the Realism of Simulation”
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We study co-regulation in romantic relationships. We study social thermoregulation. We do meta-science. We rely on open science ideals. We collaborate with researchers around the world, but are located at the Université Grenoble Alpes.
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