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Burgard, Tanja; Bosnjak, Michael; Studtrucker, Robert – Research Synthesis Methods, 2022
To enable optimal decision-making based on the best evidence available, open syntheses are called for. To make data accessible and comprehensible even for decision-makers without proficient knowledge in meta-analysis, a graphical user interface (GUI) provides flexible data visualizations including interpretation aids. Moreover, due to a growing…
Descriptors: Psychological Studies, Meta Analysis, Synthesis, Metadata
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Prather, Richard William – Infant and Child Development, 2022
How do researchers of cognitive development work to make sure that our field evolves so that our contribution to humanity is emancipatory? We can take inspiration from researchers near and far. Inspiration may be found in other areas of psychological research (social, cultural, etc.) and other social sciences (public health, sociology, etc.).…
Descriptors: Cognitive Development, Researchers, Psychological Studies, Research
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Maydew, Harriet; Atkinson, Sarah – Educational Psychology in Practice, 2022
As scientist practitioners, educational psychologists (EPs) are equipped with the necessary research skills to evaluate both the impact of their involvement and the effectiveness of interventions in schools. An increasing area of priority within schools is supporting young people with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs. This paper…
Descriptors: Educational Psychology, Psychologists, Research Design, Secondary Schools
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DeLucia, Patricia R.; Woods, Amanda L.; Kim, Jeong-Hee; Nguyen, Ngan; Wang, Eugene W.; Yang, James – Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research, 2021
This article reports results of a research study at a National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) site focused on psychological research with clear applications to the real world. Two cohorts of undergraduates engaged in rigorous research projects with implications for real-world problems such as driving, homeland…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Research, Research Training, Psychological Studies
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McCrudden, Matthew T.; Marchand, Gwen – Educational Psychologist, 2020
We discuss possible uses of multilevel mixed methods (M[superscript 3]) research in educational psychology. To begin, we describe M[superscript 3] research and how such research can enable researchers to investigate potential variation at the group level and at the subgroup/individual level. We discuss why M[superscript 3] research designs are…
Descriptors: Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Mixed Methods Research, Educational Psychology, Psychological Studies
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Seufert, Tina – Educational Psychology Review, 2020
Building bridges between two of the most influential research fields in educational psychology, self-regulation and cognitive load theory, is highly relevant but also challenging. The collection of papers in this special issue reflects this interplay by reviewing the still scarce base of empirical data in an impressively elaborated and profound…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Difficulty Level, Self Management, Educational Psychology
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Wallace, Tanner LeBaron; Kuo, Eric – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2020
Although there is increasing recognition of the value of mixed-methods research, many publication spaces remain methodologically siloed, primarily publishing either qualitative or quantitative research studies. This methodological siloing presents a risk to coherence in the psychological sciences if qualitative and quantitative research traditions…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Periodicals, Educational Psychology, Psychological Studies
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McNally, Paddy; Taggart, Laurence; Shevlin, Mark – Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2021
Background: People with an intellectual disability are more vulnerable to psychological trauma compared with the general population. The aim of this scoping review was to identify the current status of the literature on trauma that is specific to the experiences of adults with an intellectual disability, living in community settings. Methods: A…
Descriptors: Trauma, Intellectual Disability, Adults, Antisocial Behavior
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Flett, Gordon L.; Hewitt, Paul L. – Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 2020
In this article, we introduce this second special issue on the assessment of perfectionism along with an overview of developments in the perfectionism field over the past 30 years following the shift to studying perfectionism as a multidimensional construct. We examine some key contributions over the past decade, including the proliferation of…
Descriptors: Personality Traits, Personality Measures, Meta Analysis, Incidence
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Gerwig, Anne; Miroshnik, Kirill; Forthmann, Boris; Benedek, Mathias; Karwowski, Maciej; Holling, Heinz – Journal of Intelligence, 2021
This paper provides a meta-analytic update on the relationship between intelligence and divergent thinking (DT), as research on this topic has increased, and methods have diversified since Kim's meta-analysis in 2005. A three-level meta-analysis was used to analyze 849 correlation coefficients from 112 studies with an overall N = 34,610. The…
Descriptors: Intelligence, Creative Thinking, Correlation, Age Differences
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Goretzko, David; Heumann, Christian; Bühner, Markus – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 2020
Exploratory factor analysis is a statistical method commonly used in psychological research to investigate latent variables and to develop questionnaires. Although such self-report questionnaires are prone to missing values, there is not much literature on this topic with regard to exploratory factor analysis--and especially the process of factor…
Descriptors: Factor Analysis, Data Analysis, Research Methodology, Psychological Studies
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Patall, Erika A. – Educational Psychologist, 2021
Extensive debate of potentially common, yet questionable research practices that lead to biased findings within social and health sciences has emerged over the last decade. These challenges likely apply to educational psychology, though the field has been slow to address them. This article discusses current research norms, strategic solutions…
Descriptors: Educational Psychology, Psychological Studies, Research Problems, Meta Analysis
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Reich, Justin – Educational Psychologist, 2021
Preregistration and registered reports are two promising open science practices for increasing transparency in the scientific process. In particular, they create transparency around one of the most consequential distinctions in research design: the data analytics decisions made before data collection and post-hoc decisions made afterwards.…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Data Analysis, Research Design, Educational Psychology
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Tian, Mi; Luo, Tianrui; Cheung, Him – Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 2020
Children's block building has long been a focus of psychological research, in part because block building skills are thought to be useful indicators of other abilities such as representational thinking. Block building skills are assumed to progress through developmental stages and a number of measures have been developed to assess these skills. In…
Descriptors: Toys, Young Children, Child Development, Play
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Cokelet, Bradford; Fowers, Blaine J. – Journal of Moral Education, 2019
This article argues that ordinary virtue trait attributions presuppose the existence of "realistic" traits that fall short of, for example, Aristotelian ideals and that debate about the existence of virtue traits should be reoriented in the light of this fact. After clarifying and motivating that basic thesis, we discuss what the…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Ethics, Personality Traits, Psychological Studies
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