Rich LucasProud to see @ARPtweets and @improvingpsych joining other #scholcomm organizations in support of increased access to journal articles supported by federally funded research. Read the letter here
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Rich LucasTip: Want to save all your "liked" tweets for searching later? With ifttt.com you can automatically copy liked tweets to a text file on dropbox. Super easy way to archive tweets about papers, blogs, etc. for later searching
The APS should withdraw its support from the AAP-led letter to the White House
Rich LucasFor those of you who were disappointed by APS signing the letter to the White House about open access policies, please consider signing this petition asking them to withdraw their support
Rich LucasReminder: @improvingpsych is looking for new Editor-in-Chief along with Senior Editors in Clinical, Cognitive, Social, & Methodology & Research Practices sections of @CollabraOA
Apply by Nov 15
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Rich Lucas@LisaDeBruine I also suspect memory for how careful they were is often wrong. We got that criticism for our rep. of Schwarz & Clore. Fortunately, they wrote a retrospective piece on the original finding & they admit what I suspect is often true: They just winged it
The Society for Personality and Social Psychology has thus far done very little to address concerns about the transparency and replicability of the research that is published in its journals. It is time for a change in journal policies.
Rich LucasNew blog post: The Society for Personality and Social Psychology needs to update their journal policies to improve transparency, openness, and reproducibility/replicability. There are some signs that change is coming, but there's still more to do
i recently applied for the editor in chief position at Psychological Science. i didn't get it, but i got far enough to be asked to write a vision statement, responding to eight prompts. it was a fun exercise to think about what i would've liked to...
Though most running shoes are marketed to runners with specific problems -- like under- and overpronation -- comfort may be all that matters.
Rich LucasThis should really not be a surprise, but runners, all that stuff you hear abut over and under pronation and what it means for which shoes you buy...well, there's no evidence that it actually matters
While reviewing papers, I’ve noticed some boilerplate that keeps creeping up in the “Limitations” sections of studies using cross-sectional, observational designs:
“Of course, we are unable to draw causal conclusions...but future studies with...