Here are some links to resources you might find useful. If there is a site or resource you think I should include, please get in touch!
Interested in Taking Part in Psychological Research?
- You can join my mailing list to be included in relationship research!
- You can find psychological studies on the Online Psychology Studies website.
- You can follow the Social Psychology Network on Twitter.
Looking to Get Hands-On Research Experience?
Students at the University of Essex may be interested in the following opportunities to get more research experience.
- University of Essex Research Experience Scheme (RES)
- University of Essex Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (UROP)
- University of Essex Frontrunners
You might be interested in some of the work done by my collaborators:
Useful Resources for Undergraduates
- Andy Luttrell runs a fantastic blog dedicated to teaching people about Social Psychology called Social Psych Online - Be a People Expert
- JASP is a free software program for conducting statistical analyses (similar to SPSS)
- Michael Bernstein posts tutorials about statistics on his YouTube channel
- YouTube channels like Crash Course and Khan Academy can be great for both psych and non-psych related questions
- If you're interested in learning more about relationship research, Science of Relationships is a great place to start
Useful Resources for Researchers
- David Kenny's website tools and resources for all your dyadic data needs
- G*Power is a great tool for calculating power and sample size
- Jin Goh and his colleagues put together a really useful excel sheet for calculating small meta-analyses, accessible via Jin's OSF page
- The International Association for Relationship Research (IARR) offers a variety of resources for new scholars
- The Society for Personality and Social Psychology has a list of resources including funding opportunities and stats help
- The Association for Psychological Science has resources related to student funding, methods, and career development
- Preparing for the job market? Karen Kelsky (The Professor is In) has tips for maximizing your competitive advantage and Jennifer Polk (From PhD to Life) has tips for people looking to transition out of academia
- If you are looking for online subject pools, considering adding your study to the Social Psychology Network or Online Psychology Studies run by Dr. Kathryn Gardner from the University of Central Lancashire
Useful Resources for Teaching Psychology
- The Society for the Teaching of Psychology has a variety of resources including example syllabi and Professional Development Services