96 Works

State Of Interest Transition Analysis

Joel Steele & David Sbarra

Information Shocks, Jumps, and Price Discovery - Evidence from the U.S. Treasury Market

George Jiang, Ingrid Lo & Adrien Verdelhan
We examine large price changes, known as jumps, in the U.S. Treasury market. Using recently developed statistical tools, we identify price jumps in the 2-, 3-, 5-, 10-year notes and 30-year bond during the period of 2005-2006. Our results show that jumps mostly occur during prescheduled macroeconomic announcements or events. Nevertheless, market surprise based on preannouncement surveys is an imperfect predictor of bond price jumps. We find that a macroeconomic news announcement is often preceeded...

The Development and Characteristics of Local Education Agency Reopening Plans in Response to COVID-19: A Scoping Review Protocol

Theresa LeGros, Lindsay Bingham, Katherine Ellingson & Cynthia A. Thomson

LIS 575 Project E-Credit Collaboration

Noel Guerra
This is an optional extra credit project that measures collaborative tools that a librarian may use with patrons such as scientists.

Influences on Willingness to Cooperate in Campus Sexual Misconduct Cases

John Taylor & Tammi Walker

Trait Relational Statements (Examining Cognitive Control)

Hannah Buie & Alyssa Croft
In Studies 1-3 we used Tversky's (1977) contrast model to examine the role of social identity in similarity judgements. In Studies 2-3 status seemed to play an unexpected role in use of contrast modeling. While the low-status groups followed the predicted patterns by expressing ingroup favoritism, the high status group did not. Instead, they elevated their agreement with statements supporting the outgroup more than their ingroup.

Specificity and Generalization in Accent Adaptation

Melissa Baese-Berk, Shiloh Drake, Kurtis Foster, Dae-yong Lee, Cecelia Staggs & Jonathan Wright
This project examines how specific and/or generalizable accent adaptation is after different types of training. Previous work has shown that there is a benefit for generalization of learning with exposure to multiple talkers and/or multiple accents, but work has not investigated where there is a cost for the specificity of learning.

Depression, Neuroticism, and I-talk Pre-Registration

Allison Tackman & Matthias Mehl

Video game usage, substance use, and sleep among college students

Justin Asbee, Danica Slavish & Daniel Taylor
We will examine the relationship between video game usage and self-reported sleep duration, sleep efficiency, and sleep midpoint.

Music Contact - Asian Stereotypes

Jake Harwood & Hyeonchang Gim
Data, syntax, and results output (SPSS) associated with "For the Love of Music: Changing Whites’ Stereotypes of Asians with Mediated Intergroup Musical Contact" (T. Case et al.). Contact Jake Harwood, University of Arizona, Department of Communication with questions.

Emotionally-Focused Mentoring Preregistration

Atina Manvelian & David Sbarra
Creating a Safe Haven and Secure Base for Insecurely Attached Young Adults: A Pilot Study Using Emotionally Focused Mentors to Enhance Attachment Security

Does Disgust Increase Unethical Behavior?

Denton Hatch, Tamar Kugler & Charles Noussair
Replication Study

Survey 1 and 2 Code

Laura Meredith & Connor Youngerman
Averaged data and statistical analyses

Trait Relational Statements (Political Affiliation as Group Membership)

Hannah Buie & Alyssa Croft

Post-divorce Perceptions of Others' Attachment: Preregistration Documents

David Sbarra, Jessica Borelli, Xiaolin Peng & Nicole Froidevaux

QEEG FAA Comorbidity

Jasmine Benjamin & John Allen

SHINE: Hypotheses and Data Analysis Plan

David Sbarra

Does Disgust Increase Unethical Behavior?

Denton Hatch, Tamar Kugler & Charles Noussair

Social Support and Help Seeking in a Changing World

Erica Szkody, Cliff McKinney, Cory Cascalheira, Kelly Cuccolo, Jon Grahe, Martha Zlokovich, John Edlund, rick miller, Susana Gallor, Jordan Wagge, Kaitlyn Werner, Albert Ly, Fanli Jia, Robert Yockey, Christina Shane-Simpson, Jill Norvilitis, Tabea Hässler, Lisa Bauer, Mary Moussa Rogers, Gabriela Heermans, Patricia Arriaga, Nooran Rasheed, Megan Irgens, Maila Rahiem, Eirini Adamopoulou … & Ian Sotomayor
A repository of information for the NICE CROWD project, during the 2021 - 2022 term, led by PIs Erica Szkody, Cliff McKinney, and NICE Chair Cory J. Cascalheira.

Longitudinal Study: The Effect of Musical Activity with Outgroup Friends on Relational Quality and Outgroup Attitudes

Hyeonchang Gim, Jake Harwood, Heather Gahler & William Emmons
Several studies found the effect of music on intergroup attitudes and relational quality. Building on this evidence, we will test the music’s influence on intergroup attitudes longitudinally.

Social Support and Help Seeking in a Changing World

Erica Szkody, Cliff McKinney, Cory Cascalheira, Kelly Cuccolo, Jon Grahe, Martha Zlokovich, John Edlund, rick miller, Susana Gallor, Jordan Wagge, Kaitlyn Werner, Albert Ly, Fanli Jia, Robert Yockey, Christina Shane-Simpson, Jill Norvilitis, Tabea Hässler, Lisa Bauer, Mary Moussa Rogers, Gabriela Heermans, Patricia Arriaga, Nooran Rasheed & Megan Irgens
A repository of information for the NICE CROWD project, during the 2021 - 2022 term, led by PIs Erica Szkody, Cliff McKinney, and NICE Chair Cory J. Cascalheira.

Crying and Vagal Reactivity in Bereavement

Sydney Friedman
The current study seeks to answer questions about the observable behaviors and physiology of crying within the context of bereavement.

Measures

Mary Moussa Rogers, Corey Cook, Jon Grahe, John Edlund, Martha Zlokovich, Megan Irgens, Kelly Cuccolo, Kalu Ogba, Danielle DeNigris, Hojjatollah Farahani, Parviz Azadfallah, Christina Shane-Simpson, Kyle Danielson, Lisa Rosen, Donna Demanarig, Christopher Koch, Tifani Fletcher, Tara Stoppa, Eliz Volkan, Christina Greenup, Brian Keum, Zornitsa Kalibatseva, Jill Norvilitis, Rita Obeid, Cory Cascalheira … & Sinead Younge

Spatial metabolic profiling in roots reveals plant specific responses to drought at the Biosphere 2 tropical rainforest

Malak Tfaily, Linnea Honeker & Gina Hildebrand
Here we compare the effects of drought on root metabolic profiles and carbon allocation of three rainforest species: Clitoria fairchildana (CF), Piper sp. (PI), and Hibiscus rosa sinensis (HR).

QEEG FAA Comorbidity

Jasmine Benjamin & John Allen

Registration Year

  • 2021
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Resource Types

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Affiliations

  • University of Arizona
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  • Arizona State University
    3
  • University of British Columbia
    3
  • Bank of Canada
    2
  • George Washington University
    1
  • Macquarie University
    1
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    1
  • Boston University
    1