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Negotiation Offers and the Search for Agreement

Michael Prietula & Laurie Weingart

2020-05-PRS-Experiment 1

Cleotilde Gonzalez, Hanshu Zhang & Jeffrey Flagg

Study 7: Confirmatory Factor Analysis

Siska Fitrianie, Willem-Paul Brinkman, Merijn Bruijnes, Kim Baraka, Rianne van den Berghe, Ulysses Bernardet, Tibor Bosse, Frances Brazier, Jacob Browne, Franziska Burger, Mathieu Chollet, Leigh Clark, Benjamin Cowan, Salam Daher, Ding Ding, Frank Foerster, Emer Gilmartin, Catholijn Jonker, Mirjam de Haas, Mojgan Hashemian, Evelien Heyselaar, Kangsoo Kim, Marion Koelle, Barbara Kuhnert, Felix Lindner … & Katja Zibrek
This research is the second study into the validation of the questionnaire instrument for evaluating human interaction with an artificial social agent. It involves crowd workers on an online crowdsourcing platform. They will be asked to use the questionnaire instrument to rate an interaction between an agent and a human user, which is displayed in a 30 second video clip. The result of this study will be analysed and used to examine the associations of...

Robotics Institute Summer Scholars

Jessica Benner
Materials related to three workshops given to students in the Summer Scholars Program at the Robotics Institute at CMU.

Rigour in phenomenological and phenomenography studies: a scoping review of library and information science research

Israel Dabengwa, Sarah Young, Patrick Ngulube & Esabel Maisiri
This scoping review builds on a baseline paper from Cibangu & Hepworth (2016) that reviews the differences between phenomenology and phenomenography using corpus articles of 6 journals. However, the baseline paper does not distinguish between phenomenological and phenomenographic orientations and their appropriate fit into the discourses identified by researchers. There is a lack of critical appraisal of phenomenological and phenomenographic forms adopted in LIS, causing under-reporting of methodological incongruences between studies, resulting in fewer guidelines...

ManyClasses1 - Final Project

Benjamin Motz, Joshua de Leeuw, Paulo Carvalho, Emily Fyfe, Robert Goldstone & Janelle Sherman
Psychology researchers have long attempted to identify educational practices that improve student learning. However, experimental research on these practices is often conducted in laboratory contexts or in a single course, threatening the external validity of the results. In this paper, we establish an experimental paradigm for evaluating the benefits of recommended practices across a variety of authentic educational contexts – a model we call ManyClasses. The core feature is that researchers examine the same research...

Rigour in phenomenological and phenomenography studies: a scoping review of library and information science research

Israel Dabengwa, Patrick Ngulube, Esabel Maisiri & Sarah Young
This scoping review builds on a baseline paper from Cibangu & Hepworth (2016) that reviews the differences between phenomenology and phenomenography using corpus articles of 6 journals. However, the baseline paper does not distinguish between phenomenological and phenomenographic orientations and their appropriate fit into the discourses identified by researchers. There is a lack of critical appraisal of phenomenological and phenomenographic forms adopted in LIS, causing under-reporting of methodological incongruences between studies, resulting in fewer guidelines...

7. Market, Regulatory, and Compliance Incentives

Kate Ghezzi-Kopel, Sarah Young, Erin Eldermire, Jessica Page, Florian Diekmann, Megan Kocher, Julia Kelly, Gracian Chimwaza, Edda Lwoga, Jessica Ault, Wayne Thompson, timothy schoepke, Alison A.Kinengyere, Nasra Gathoni & Jaron Porciello

Negotiator Cognition in Dyadic and Multiparty Negotiations

Mary Kern, Jeanne Brett & Laurie Weingart

Extraversion and Alcohol Use/Problems

Sara Beitler, Lakshmi Kumar, Kasey Creswell, Duncan Clark & Christopher Martin
The vast majority of alcohol use takes place in social settings (Fairbairn & Sayette, 2014; Skrzynski & Creswell, 2020), and much research has focused on identifying social factors important to understanding the development of alcohol use problems (e.g., Creswell, 2021; Fairbairn et al., 2013; 2015). One such socially relevant factor that has been implicated in the etiology of alcohol misuse and problems is trait extraversion. Many cross-sectional studies have linked higher trait extraversion to heavier...

8. Skill Training and Youth Engagement

Kate Ghezzi-Kopel, Sarah Young, Erin Eldermire, Jessica Page, Florian Diekmann, Megan Kocher, Julia Kelly, Gracian Chimwaza, Edda Lwoga, Jessica Ault, Wayne Thompson, timothy schoepke, Alison A.Kinengyere, Nasra Gathoni & Jaron Porciello

Neurobiological Functioning and the Personality Trait Hierarchy: Central Serotonergic Responsivity and the Stability Meta-trait

Aidan Wright, Kasey Creswell & Stephen Manuck
This project examines the association between different levels of hierarchically organized personality traits and central serotonergic responsivity. Personality traits are assessed via multi-informant reports, and hierarchical structural equation models are estimated. Central serotonergic responsivity is measured by pharmacologic challenge (i.e., citalopram).

\"Truth-WIll-Out\"

Daniel Connolly & George Loewenstein
Testing the conditions under which people believe others will come to share their beliefs over time.

Risk Communication of Covid-19 Heat Maps and Perceptions of the Risks

Victor Rodriguez, Alex Davis & Baruch Fischhoff
Covid-19 has affected everyone across the globe and forced many people to reconsider the way we operate. The movie industry in the United States has been out of operation since early march as Covid-19 was labeled as a pandemic by the World Health Organization. The industry is looking for the best way to begin production again and has assembled a team of experts to assist with a safety guideline. The guideline, titled: The Safe Way...

Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health and wellness of college students

Janine Dutcher
The goals of this project are to assess whether student mental health and well-being differ during the COVID-19 pandemic compared to previous years.

Study 1: Defining Categories

Siska Fitrianie, Kim Baraka, Rianne van den Berghe, Ulysses Bernardet, Tibor Bosse, Frances Brazier, Willem-Paul Brinkman, Jacob Browne, Merijn Bruijnes, Franziska Burger, Mathieu Chollet, Leigh Clark, Benjamin Cowan, Salam Daher, Ding Ding, Frank Foerster, Emer Gilmartin, Catholijn Jonker, Mirjam de Haas, Mojgan Hashemian, Evelien Heyselaar, Kangsoo Kim, Marion Koelle, Barbara Kuhnert, Felix Lindner … & Stefan Olafsson
A study that involves experts to group existing constructs into a set of categories (based on Evaluation Instrument Model 4). This study aims to investigate whether or not we have covered all aspects that people (based on the previous research) aim to measure in evaluating human interaction with a social agent.

Negotiator Cognition in Dyadic and Multiparty Negotiations

Mary Kern, Jeanne Brett & Laurie Weingart

Valuable Answers

Christina Boyce-Jacino & Gretchen Chapman
The aim of this project is to investigate determinants of answer quality. We will present participants will a series of q/a pairs taken from coronavirus FAQ pages and they will be asked to rate the answer on a variety of dimensions. Our primary aim is to investigate what semantic features of the answers determine those rating dimensions. For instance, one of our predictions is that answers which share a greater amount of semantic space with...

1. Post-Harvest Losses

Kate Ghezzi-Kopel, Sarah Young, Erin Eldermire, Jessica Page, Florian Diekmann, Megan Kocher, Julia Kelly, Gracian Chimwaza, Edda Lwoga, Jessica Ault, Wayne Thompson, timothy schoepke, Alison A.Kinengyere, Nasra Gathoni & Jaron Porciello

Tailoring Privacy Nudges to Individual Differences in Personality and Decision Making

Logan Warberg, Alessandro Acquisti & Douglas Sicker

W25: A Decolonized Approach to Scholarly Communication: Foundations, Challenges, and Perspectives in Practice and Research

Thomas hervé Mboa Nkoudou
Openness and the fast growth of information technology have contributed to reducing many injustices in knowledge diffusion. However, due to the immaterial nature of information, benign threats are still present in practices, research, infrastructure, and policies in academia. That means, once you are dealing with scholarly communication, whether you are a librarian, a researcher, a funder, a policymaker, or a software designer, what you are doing has impact everywhere across the world. But if you...

\"Truth-WIll-Out\"

Daniel Connolly & George Loewenstein
Testing the conditions under which people believe others will come to share their beliefs over time.

Influence of craving, habit, self-regulation, valuation, and social-contextual factors on health outcomes

Benjamin Smith, Megan Lipsett & Bryan Mantell
As part of a wider study using fMRI, we examined the influence of craving, habit, self-regulation, valuation, and social-contextual factors on eating and body fat percentage. This is in preparation for another analysis we will register separately.

Replication Needs Fidelity

Michelle Ellefson & Daniel Oppenheimer
R scripts and data for 'Is Replication Possible without Fidelity?' manuscript

The Effects of an Exercise-based Interactive Game on Inhibitory Control in Young Children

Cassondra Eng

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