Jiaqing Sun

We don’t have enough information about this author to calculate their statistics. If you think this is an error let us know.
Learn More
Two studies were conducted to replicate and extend previous findings on the effect of uncooperative behavior on group cooperation (the "bad apple" effect). Study 1 (56 women, 40 men; M age = 23.5 yr.) manipulated information about contributions from the bad apple, controlling for overall contributions to a group account. Study 2 (50 women, 34 men; M age =(More)
  • S Gui, J Sun
  • 1991
Characteristics of the female transient population of reproductive age in Shanghai, China, are assessed using data from an October 1988 survey. "Not only did this survey supply large quantities of basic data on the floating population for the Shanghai government and related departments, but [it] was also very enlightening for our research into how to make a(More)
  • J Sun
  • 1990
This article discusses the strategies for China's 4th census scheduled for 1990, a project that will be under the leadership of the State Council. Because China has the biggest population in the world, the country has always been concerned about the population issue. On October 25, 1989, Premier Li Peng signed an executive order of the State Council(More)
The scientific quality of social and personality psychology has been debated at great length in recent years. Despite research on the prevalence of Questionable Research Practices (QRPs) and the replicability of particular findings, the impact of the current discussion on research practices is unknown. The current studies examine whether and how practices(More)
  • J Sun
  • 1992
An employee of the Family Planning Commission of Jiangsu Province in China analyzed the 1988 National Fertility and Contraception Sample Survey to examine contraceptive usage among married Chinese women over the last 20 years. The overall contraceptive prevalence rate was 71.1%. It increased from 13.47% in 1970 to 40.62% in 1975 to 53.66% in 1979 and to(More)
  • 1