40 Works

Disfluent Feedback Affects Cue Preferences

Ashley Lawrence-Huizenga, Rick Thomas & Kara Matassino

Attention control: The missing link between sensory discrimination and intelligence

Jason Tsukahara, Tyler Harrison, Christopher Draheim, Jessie Martin & Randall Engle
Intelligence is correlated with the ability to make fine sensory discriminations. Although this relationship has been known since the beginning of intelligence testing, the mechanisms underlying this relationship are still unknown. In two large-scale structural equation modelling studies, we investigated whether individual differences in attention control abilities can explain the relationship between sensory discrimination and intelligence. Across the two studies, we replicated the finding that attention control fully mediated the relationships of intelligence/working memory capacity...

People combine multisensory cues based on subjective confidence rather than objective signal reliability

Yi Gao, Brian Odegaard & Dobromir Rahnev
Summary Previous studies found that in a multisensory scenario, people make decisions by weighing the objective reliability of signals from each modality. However, an alternative possibility is that people don't actually have direct access to the reliability of the signals of each modality but only to a subjective estimate of their confidence. An unexamined alternative is that we may base our perceptual judgments on the subjective confidence of each modality. Here we will address this...

The DART Project: using data management plans as a research tool

Amanda Whitmire, Jacob Carlson, Brian Westra, Patricia Hswe & Susan Parham
This is a two-year National Leadership Grant for Libraries Demonstration Project to facilitate a multi-university study of faculty data management plans (DMPs). The primary outputs of this project will be an analytic rubric to standardize the review of data management plans as a means to inform targeted expansion or development of research data services at academic libraries; and a study utilizing the rubric that presents the results of data management plan analyses at five universities....

The DART Project: using data management plans as a research tool

Amanda Whitmire, Jacob Carlson, Brian Westra, Patricia Hswe & Susan Parham
This is a three-year National Leadership Grant for Libraries Demonstration Project to facilitate a multi-university study of faculty data management plans (DMPs). The primary outputs of this project will be an analytic rubric to standardize the review of data management plans as a means to inform targeted expansion or development of research data services at academic libraries; and a study utilizing the rubric that presents the results of data management plan analyses at five universities....

Rubric & related files

Amanda Whitmire, Jacob Carlson, Brian Westra, Patricia Hswe & Susan Parham
In the 'Files' area below, you will find Word and PDF versions of the rubric, along with a score sheet for logging reviews on paper. If you would like to gather DMP review data in the form of an online survey, see the 'Implement rubric as a survey' component on the right.

Public Documents

Sherry Lake, Susan Parham, Jennifer Doty, Renaine Julian, Ximin Mi, Joel Herndon, Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh, Nick Ruhs & Ximin Mi
Symposium Logo, 2018 Slide Deck & Group Discussion documentation

The Crowd Within and Forecasting 3

David Illingworth, Michael Dougherty, Rick Thomas & Justin Sukernek
Aggregating multiple estimates from the same individual has been shown to result in more accurate estimates--a phenomenon known as the wisdom of the crowd within (Vul & Pashler, 2008). Accuracy improves when there is a time delay between estimates, suggesting that the passage of time interferes with one's ability to remember and anchor on initial estimates. THis research has implications in domains where individuals must rely on their own, independent knowledge to forecast future events....

The visual arrays task: Visual storage capacity or attention control?

Jessie Martin, Jason Tsukahara, Cody Mashburn, Christopher Draheim, Zach Shipstead, Edward Vogel & Randall Engle
Extant literature suggests that performance on visual arrays tasks reflects limited-capacity storage of visual information. However, there is evidence to suggest that visual arrays task performance also reflects individual differences in controlled processing. The purpose of this paper is to empirically evaluate the degree to which visual arrays tasks are more closely related to memory storage capacity or measures of attention control. To this end, we conducted new analyses on a series of large data...

Autonomous Vehicles and the Ethical Tension Between Occupant and Non-Occupant Safety

Jason Borenstein, Joseph Herkert & Keith Miller
Given that the creation and deployment of autonomous vehicles is likely to continue, it is important to explore the ethical responsibilities of designers, manufacturers, operators, and regulators of the technology. We specifically focus on the ethical responsibilities surrounding autonomous vehicles that these stakeholders have to protect the safety of non-occupants, meaning individuals who are around the vehicles while they are operating. The term “non-occupants” includes, but is not limited to, pedestrians and cyclists. We are...

Will it Unblend?

Yuval Pinter, Cassandra L. Jacobs & Jacob Eisenstein

Hypothesis-Guided Search

David Illingworth & Rick Thomas

Publications

Amanda Whitmire, Jacob Carlson, Brian Westra, Patricia Hswe & Susan Parham

Public COAPI Toolkit of Open Access Policy Resources

Judy Anderson, Jordan Andrade, Virginia Barbour, Jeff Belliston, Marilyn Billings, Michael Boock, Mark Christel, Amy Coughenour, Eva Cunningham, Barbara DeFelice, Kimberly Douglas, Ada Emmett, Ellen Finnie, Stephen Flynn, Bryn Geffert, Chloe Georas, Dan Heuer, Erin Jerome, Timothy Jewell, Brian Kern, Shannon Kipphut-Smith, Farley Laine, Anne Langley, Ruth Lewis, Camilla MacKay … & John Martin
The Coalition of Open Access Policy Institutions (COAPI, https://sparcopen.org/coapi ) is committed to sharing information and resources to assist in the development and implementation of institutional Open Access (OA) policies. The COAPI Toolkit includes a diverse collection of resources that COAPI members have developed in the course of their OA policy initiatives. These resources are openly accessible and published here under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licenses, unless otherwise noted on the resources themselves.

Memory-based Valuation Judgments

Ashley Lawrence-Huizenga, David Illingworth, Ling Liu & Justin Sukernek

Backing up into advocacy: The case of smartphone driver distraction

Robert Rosenberger
For the last decade, I’ve been studying the topic of the driving impairment of smartphones. While this began as an exclusively academic project, it has increasingly compelled public engagement. One example of this came in an opinion piece I wrote in 2018 in response to a new traffic law. I take the opportunity here to fill out the academic backstory of this particular op-ed, reflect on how this larger project has evolved to include an...

Autonomous Vehicles and the Ethical Tension Between Occupant and Non-Occupant Safety

Jason Borenstein, Joseph Herkert & Keith W. Miller
Autonomous vehicle manufacturers, people inside an autonomous vehicle (occupants), and people outside the vehicle (non-occupants) are among the distinct stakeholders when addressing ethical issues inherent in systems that include autonomous vehicles. As responses to recent tragic cases illustrate, advocates for autonomous vehicles tend to focus on occupant safety, sometimes to the exclusion of non-occupant safety. Thus, we aim to examine ethical issues associated with non-occupant safety, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorcyclists, and riders of motorized scooters....

Tuiteamos o pongamos un tuit? Investigating the Social Constraints of Loanword Integration in Spanish Social Media

Ian Stewart, Diyi Yang & Jacob Eisenstein

Divergence in Architectural Research

Hayri Dortdivanlioglu & Marisabel Marratt

Covid-19-related stress predicts worse sleep quality, particularly with increasing age

Kyoungeun Lee

The DART Project: using data management plans as a research tool

Amanda Whitmire, Jacob Carlson, Brian Westra, Patricia Hswe & Susan Parham
This is a two-year National Leadership Grant for Libraries Demonstration Project to facilitate a multi-university study of faculty data management plans (DMPs). The primary outputs of this project will be an analytic rubric to standardize the review of data management plans as a means to inform targeted expansion or development of research data services at academic libraries; and a study utilizing the rubric that presents the results of data management plan analyses at five universities....

Conspiratorial thinking and political ideology

David Illingworth, Rick Thomas & Sara Volk
Conspiratorial thinking is a growing, yet controversial area of psychological science. Prior research suggests that fear may be a motivating factor in conspiratorial ideation (Tetlock, 2002; Boat & Prunier, 2013; Goertzel, 1994), but that this tendency is more closely correlated with belief in conservative political values rather than liberal values. We suspected that this reported discrepancy may be attributed to existent methodology for detecting conspiratorial thinking which may be better calibrated to issues that are...

Data for IJDC paper

Amanda Whitmire, Jacob Carlson, Brian Westra, Patricia Hswe & Susan Parham

Public Web Page

Sherry Lake, Susan Parham, Jennifer Doty, Renaine Julian, Ximin Mi, Joel Herndon, Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh, Nick Ruhs & Ximin Mi
Files for the front facing - public github website

Publications, presentations etc.

Amanda Whitmire, Jacob Carlson, Brian Westra, Patricia Hswe & Susan Parham

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