This blog post is directed to those who are interested in coordinating and/or participating in a many-analyst project on a large, multi-site study investigating the effects of gendered job occupations and gender roles on the naming of male or female exemplars. The original authors will make ⅔ of the data available to analysis teams, whoContinue reading “Searching authors for a many-analyst project”
The PI of the CORE Lab, Hans (Rocha) IJzerman, gave an “expert talk” yesterday at the Special Interest Research Group (SIRG) on the Social Neuroscience of Human Attachment about the lab’s research on Social Thermoregulation. You can see the video of the talk below!
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.
Psychological science should be a truly global discipline and psychologists should be poised to understand human behavior in any kind of context, whether it is urban or rural, developed or underdeveloped, WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic) or nonWEIRD. To arrive there, we need to ensure that 1) researchers from those different contexts are included
If your ambition is to become a scientist and an expert in a specific research area one path is more efficient than many others. The one that we think will make you an expert quickest is the writing of a meta-analysis. This path is very different from one involving primary research, but it will allowContinue reading “Why any researcher should start their career with a meta-analysis”