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For questions about the application of specific experimental methods to study psychology.

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You might look for examples in the Witt, Donnellan & Orlando (2011). They tested subject motivation in a psychology subject pool to see how it varied among groups. There may be follow up studies. Look …
answered Aug 20 '13 by John
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Using activity monitors on awake patients is very domain specific. You need to equate them on some activity parameters and then look at how the individuals vary across some domain. For example, you c …
answered Jul 16 '12 by John
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This depends on intensity but it is shorter at most intensities than your screen could possibly present a stimulus. Don't worry about it or cite references. It would be like citing a reference for w …
answered Jan 25 '13 by John
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A rating scale is not necessarily a Likert scale. It sounds like you have a single rating for each picture across each dimension but I could be wrong. More details would be needed for better advice …
answered May 27 '13 by John
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There are a variety of models solving accuracy and RT that have been pretty well tested and LBA is probably fine (I haven't used it). If you don't want to go that far there is a rather simple way to …
answered Mar 30 '12 by John