Posts Tagged ‘SIOP’

SIOP 2010 Poster Presentation

Saturday, April 17th, 2010

SIOP was a fun adventure as usual!  I did not get to attend nearly as many sessions as I had hoped, but I was interviewing for some exciting positions so I had an excuse.  I received a lot of positive feedback regarding my poster, Mandatory Items in an Internet Survey, which demonstrates that high completion rates are possible in survey using mandatory items (with caveats, of course).  If you would like to read about it for yourself, please do so!

Data Teaser

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

April will be a busy and exciting month, full of conferences and airports!  The latest EVE data has been analyzed (teaser: players self-reported far more transactional leadership behavior within the game than transformational leadership behavior) and I’ll present/co-present findings from a few more studies at SIOP and WPA.  I expect to post summaries by the end of the April.

3 part update

Sunday, April 5th, 2009

First off: I have a new survey up for those who are interested: Click here to start the survey

I am part of a team examining individual personality and media preference.  We are trying to get a wide range of responses across age, gender, and culture.  The survey should take about 10-15 minutes of your time and this version is intended for English-speaking adults (18+).  Contact me if you are interested in the Korean language version.

Second: the EVE Online leadership study (the one with the speed mining contest), is officially completed.  As soon as I have had a chance to crunch the numbers, I will announce the teams that won the big isk prize.  Stay tuned!

Third: I just got back from the SIOP annual conference.  I had a great time and met a lot of great people!  Anyone who is looking for a copy of the paper I presented should click on “My Academia.edu Page” on the right of the page and then go to “Papers“.  Or download it directly.  Thanks for your interest!