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  1. Happiness ‎(4 links)
  2. Research Tips ‎(4 links)
  3. How to apply and write applications ‎(4 links)
  4. Category:People ‎(3 links)
  5. Baron and Kenny, 1986 ‎(3 links)
  6. Judd and McClelland, 1989 ‎(2 links)
  7. Fairclough & Houston, 2004 ‎(2 links)
  8. Bruner, J. S., & Goodman, C. C. (1947). Value and need as organizing factors in perception. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 42, 33-44. ‎(2 links)
  9. What is a Research Statement? ‎(2 links)
  10. Hastorf, A. H., & Cantril, H. (1954). They saw a game: A case study. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 49, 129-134. ‎(2 links)
  11. What is a Teaching Statement? ‎(2 links)
  12. Footnotes test ‎(2 links)
  13. What is a cover letter? ‎(2 links)
  14. Aiken and West, 1991 ‎(2 links)
  15. Fazio, Russell H.; Olson, Michael A. (2003) ‎(1 link)
  16. Stasser & Taylor (1991) ‎(1 link)
  17. Snyder, Mark (1974) ‎(1 link)
  18. Susan Coates ‎(1 link)
  19. How is counterbalancing performed? ‎(1 link)
  20. D’Orban & Dalton, 1980 ‎(1 link)
  21. Keller, J., & Bless, H. (2001) ‎(1 link)
  22. Tobin, Schmidt, & Rubinow, 1994 ‎(1 link)
  23. Goldberg, L.R. (1992) ‎(1 link)
  24. What is a correlation? ‎(1 link)
  25. Template:This is still under construction. ‎(1 link)
  26. What to do on the first day of class? ‎(1 link)
  27. Kelly, H. (1950). The warm-cold variable in first impressions. Journal of Personality, 18, 431-439. ‎(1 link)
  28. Johnson, Mullen, & Salas, 1995 ‎(1 link)
  29. How to conduct random assignment to conditions? ‎(1 link)
  30. Impression formation ‎(1 link)
  31. Klinger, Eric; Barta, Steven G.; Maxeiner, Madeline E. (1980) ‎(1 link)
  32. Attachment disorder ‎(1 link)
  33. People Template Guide ‎(1 link)
  34. McWilliams, N & Lependorf S. (1990) ‎(1 link)
  35. Do all studies have hypothesis? ‎(1 link)
  36. Kety, 1950 ‎(1 link)
  37. What is a Curriculum Vitae ‎(1 link)
  38. Yang Yu ‎(1 link)
  39. How much does it cost, and what funding opportunities exist? ‎(1 link)
  40. What pitfalls should I avoid during the interview? ‎(1 link)
  41. Classic articles on population psychology ‎(1 link)
  42. Giving Talks, Presentations, and Symposia ‎(1 link)
  43. Haney, C. (1984). On the selection of capital juries: The biasing effects of the death-qualification process. Law and Human Behavior, 8(1/2), 121-132. ‎(1 link)
  44. Rosenthal & Rubin, 1988 ‎(1 link)
  45. Cox, W. Miles; Klinger, Eric (2004) ‎(1 link)
  46. Read & Marcus-Newhall (1993) ‎(1 link)
  47. Plant, E.A., & Devine, P.G. (1998) ‎(1 link)
  48. National Institute of Mental Health ‎(1 link)
  49. What is the first step in trying to publish an article? ‎(1 link)
  50. Carpenter, Upadhyaya, LaRowe, Saladin, & Brady, 2006 ‎(1 link)
  51. What is the purpose of a hypothesis? ‎(1 link)
  52. Mello, Mendelson, & Palmieri, 1987 ‎(1 link)
  53. How long should an abstract be? ‎(1 link)
  54. Bollen, K.A. (1989) ‎(1 link)
  55. McGuire, W. J. (1964) Inducing resistance to persuasion, In L. Berkowitz (ed.) Advances in experimental social psychology (Volume 1, pp. 192-229), New York: McGraw-Hill. ‎(1 link)
  56. Wilcox, 1998 ‎(1 link)
  57. Akers and Hodge (2006) ‎(1 link)
  58. Gaertner, Lowell; Sedikides, Constantine; Graetz, Kenneth (1999) ‎(1 link)
  59. Stasser & Vaughan (1996) ‎(1 link)
  60. Sokolowski, K., Schmalt, H., Langens, T. A., & Puca, R. M. (2000) ‎(1 link)
  61. Tulane University ‎(1 link)
  62. How is deception important for obtaining truthful information from a subject? ‎(1 link)
  63. Ellis & Austin, 1971, as cited in Easteal, 1991 ‎(1 link)
  64. Keller & Bless, 2005 ‎(1 link)
  65. Valera et al., 1994 ‎(1 link)
  66. Goldberg, L.R. (1993) ‎(1 link)
  67. How do I prepare for a phone interview? ‎(1 link)
  68. How do I choose the appropriate statistical test for my data? ‎(1 link)
  69. Affect (psychology) ‎(1 link)
  70. Rosenhan, D. L.(1992). On being sane in insane places. In J. M. Morse (Ed.), Qualitative Health Research (pp.202-224). Newbury Park, CA: SAGE. ‎(1 link)
  71. Johnson & Eagly, 2000 ‎(1 link)
  72. How to conduct random sampling? ‎(1 link)
  73. Kunda & Thagard (1996) ‎(1 link)
  74. Little, Brian R. (1983) ‎(1 link)
  75. Attachment theory ‎(1 link)
  76. Professional Development ‎(1 link)
  77. Overwalle, F. V., Mervield, I, & De Shuyter I. (1995) ‎(1 link)
  78. Does a research study always need a theory? ‎(1 link)
  79. Keye et al., 1986 ‎(1 link)
  80. The Interview ‎(1 link)
  81. How to balance time between research and teaching? ‎(1 link)
  82. How to secure a good Letter of Recommendation? ‎(1 link)
  83. What should you do at the conference? ‎(1 link)
  84. Bandura, A., Ross, D. & Ross, S.A. (1963). Imitation of Film-mediated aggressive models. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 66, 3-11. ‎(1 link)
  85. Network with Others ‎(1 link)
  86. Bem, S. L. (1974). The measurement of psychological androgyny. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 42(2), 155-162. ‎(1 link)
  87. Rosenthal and Dimatteo, 2001 ‎(1 link)
  88. DeNeve, Kristina M.; Cooper, Harris (1998) ‎(1 link)
  89. Read & Miller (1993) ‎(1 link)
  90. Roberson, L., Houston, J. M., & Diddams, M. (1989) ‎(1 link)
  91. Neuroscience ‎(1 link)
  92. Why is peer review important? ‎(1 link)
  93. Chait, 1986 ‎(1 link)
  94. Why do we have alternate hypothesis in research? ‎(1 link)
  95. Meyers, Albitar, & Estey, 2005 ‎(1 link)
  96. How to create an Annotated Bibliography ‎(1 link)
  97. Browne, M.W., & Cudeck, R. (1993) ‎(1 link)
  98. Nakamura, J., & Csikszentmiyalyi, M. (2002) ‎(1 link)
  99. Marginal significance ‎(1 link)
  100. Petty, R. E., & Cacioppo, J. T. (1986). The Elaboration likelihood model of persuasion. In L. Berkowitz (Ed.), Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 19. ‎(1 link)

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