Monthly Archives: September 2012

Recommendations for Increasing Replicability in Psychology

This summer, the European Association of Personality Psychology convened a workshop to discuss how to improve the replicability of research in psychology.  The tangible result of that meeting is the following paper.  It is our first draft, so we would … Continue reading

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Power and Reviewer’s power

This last week, if you missed it, we discussed a paper by Michael Kraus entitled “Power Enhances Self-Interest, Self-Expression, and Situation-Specific Action: A Reconciliation of Conflicting Research Trends” Michael sought feedback about some reviewer comments.  We came to the opinion … Continue reading

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The politics of social and personality psychology

In keeping with the political theme for this week (or brown bag speaker is Jeff Mondak), we are going to discuss: Inbar, Y., & Lammers, J. (2012). Political diversity in social and personality psychology. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 496-503. … Continue reading

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On orchids and heritability

This week in PIG-IE (9/10/12) we will discuss Susan South’s article  “Marital Satisfaction and Physical Health: Evidence for an Orchid Effect” https://dl.dropbox.com/u/46388790/PIGIE/PS_South_Krueger_in%20press%20copy.pdf And, as a special bonus, Susan South will be here with us!  

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