Psychology Thesis Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Part 2

Psychology Thesis Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)  Part 2 “ANOVA? But I am not manipulating anything!” They are often not sure if they can use means-comparison tests in non-experimental design and the predictors are categorical such as gender or race, because they are accustomed to the tests being for experimental designs, in past studies as well […]

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Psychology Thesis Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Part 1

Psychology Thesis Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)  Part 1 “I’m not sure what I want to do for my thesis.” The issue is somewhat common because students do not think about what they want to do for their thesis. I often suggest them to think about a topic, even before Honours year. However, if they are […]

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Monkey or Human: Hypothesis Testing and Power Analysis

Monkey or Human: Hypothesis Testing and Power Analysis Welcome to my game show, called “Monkey or Human”. The rule is simple: One-hundred 4-options MCQs of general knowledge have been done by either a monkey or a human (assuming both of them know how to do MCQs), and the number of questions correctly answered is shown […]

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HEY YOU!!!! ARE YOU EVEN “SUNK COST EFFECT-ED”?

Published on 21 Mar 2015 HEY YOU!!!! ARE YOU EVEN “SUNK COST EFFECT-ED”? WATCH THIS BEFORE YOU DIE BECAUSE THIS WILL DEFINITELY CHANGE YOUR LIFE!!! Some people have insisted on bad financial decisions due to the loss they have made, some people choose to stay with their partners even though they have been hurt physically […]

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The Downfall of Conformity

The Downfall of Conformity ‘Since young, I have always aspired to be as decisive as Ju Ming when it comes to sculpting because I always doubt myself. However, I am not indecisive at all this time when I shape myself to better fit the man I love, so much so that I could not recognize […]

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Effective Writing in Qualitative Research

[slideshow_deploy id=’1612′] (Click “<” or “>” to navigate through the slides) These slides are adapted from “Effective Writing on Quant and Qual” workshop organized by Peer Mentors, led by Miss Winnee and Dr Eugene.  “Effective Writing in Qualitative Research” slides are owned by Dr Eugene. **Special thanks to Peer Mentors for sharing the workshop materials with us, […]

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The Holiday Paradox (Time Perception)

The Holiday Paradox (Time Perception) Holidays always end fast. But, once we are back to school or work, we feel that we had a long holiday. Claudia Hammond (2012) coined this phenomenon as the “Holiday Paradox”. But, how can our holidays be short and long at the same time? This contradictory time experience is related […]

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How To Procrastinate Like A Boss

  Procrastination happens when we invest our time to do tasks that are less urgent or more pleasurable while putting the more important or less pleasurable tasks to a later time or near to the deadline. Main Starring: Ken Len Casts: Chong Tin Fung Chong Wan Lee Hew Chong Shen Hor Mu Yi Director, Scriptwriter […]

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