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Tools to Support Interpreting Multiple Regression in the Face of Multicollinearity
- Amanda Kraha, Heather J. Turner, Kim F. Nimon, L. Zientek, R. Henson
- EducationFront. Psychology
- 17 January 2012
This article will review a set of techniques to interpret MR effects, identify the elements of the data on which the methods focus, and identify statistical software to support such analyses.
Coping with stressful or traumatic events: what aspects of trauma reactions are associated with health outcomes?
- A. Boals, Shelley A. Riggs, Amanda Kraha
- PsychologyStress and health : journal of the International…
- 1 April 2013
The results suggest that it is not just the mere frequency of trauma symptoms that affect well-being but also the disruptive capability of these symptoms, and underscore the importance of the hyperarousal criterion, while also suggesting the need for increased attention to the F criterion when considering the impact of stressful events on health and well- being.
Student Perceptions of and Attitudes toward Peer Review
- Dianne Burke Moneypenny, M. Evans, Amanda Kraha
- PsychologyAmerican Journal of Distance Education
- 2 October 2018
ABSTRACT The current study seeks to analyze university students’ perceptions of online peer assessment (PA) with regard to its effectiveness as a learning tool and as a contributing factor to…
Graduate Debt in Psychology: A Quantitative Analysis
Student loan debt has become an issue of national concern in the context of rapidly increasing higher education costs. Graduate education can be prohibitively expensive, particularly at the doctoral…
Why so negative? Positive flashbulb memories for a personal event
Results suggest that the positive event of receiving an invitation to join a university-wide social organisation (Greek Life) is an event capable of producing vivid flashbulb memories with high ratings of belief in accuracy and high consistency over time.
Psychology’s core knowledge, scientific subfields, and health service specialization: Preparing a competent workforce—recommendations from the Opening Doors Summit.
Even though those earning graduate degrees in psychology have high employment rates in both traditional and emerging careers, early career psychologists often note the transition from doctoral…
Unexpected Positive Events Do Not Result in Flashbulb Memories
Summary: The study of flashbulb memories has typically been confined to negative events such as the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001. Previous studies that investigated the role of affect on…
Parents and Vehicle Purchases for Their Children: A Surprising Source of Weight Bias
Analysis of car‐buying practices in the United States suggests that overweight and obese individuals differentially rely on their own sources of income to finance a car, even after controlling for socioeconomic differences.
Reliability Generalization of the Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire: A Meta-Analytic View of Reliability Estimates
A reliability generalization meta-analysis was performed to explore the relationship between study factors and levels of alpha reliability for the 15 subscales of the Motivated Strategies for…
Assessing Drinking and Driving Attitudes and Behavior: Factor Structure of the Drinking and Driving Scale
- Amanda Kraha
- 10 May 2013
Drinking and driving is a common problem in the United States, with approximately 11.3% of Americans reporting engaging in the behavior at least once in their lifetime. However, no paper self-report…