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Cues to deception.
- B. Depaulo, James J. Lindsay, Brian E Malone, L. Muhlenbruck, K. Charlton, H. Cooper
- PsychologyPsychological bulletin
Results show that in some ways, liars are less forthcoming than truth tellers, and they tell less compelling tales, and their stories include fewer ordinary imperfections and unusual contents.
The Effects of Summer Vacation on Achievement Test Scores: A Narrative and Meta-Analytic Review
A review of 39 studies indicated that achievement test scores decline over summer vacation. The results of the 13 most recent studies were combined using meta-analytic procedures. The meta-analysis…
Making the most of summer school: a meta-analytic and narrative review.
- H. Cooper, K. Charlton, J. Valentine, L. Muhlenbruck
- EducationMonographs of the Society for Research in Child…
- 8 February 2000
Recommendations to policy makers are that summer programs contain substantial components aimed at teaching math and reading and include rigorous evaluations, but also permit local control of curricula and delivery systems.
Status differences and in-group bias: a meta-analytic examination of the effects of status stability, status legitimacy, and group permeability.
The meta-analysis reveals that perceived status stability, legitimacy, and permeability moderate the effects of group status, which supports social identity theory and shows that high-status groups are more biased.
The Effects of Modified School Calendars on Student Achievement and on School and Community Attitudes
This review synthesizes studies of the effects of modifying the academic calendar in Grades K–12 to do away with the long summer break while not increasing the length of the school year. The…
The Accuracy-Confidence Correlation in the Detection of Deception
- B. Depaulo, K. Charlton, H. Cooper, James J. Lindsay, L. Muhlenbruck
- PsychologyPersonality and social psychology review : an…
- 1 November 1997
A meta-analysis was conducted of research on the relation between judges' accuracy at detecting deception and their confidence in their judgments, and confidence was positively correlated with judges' tendency to perceive messages as truthful, regardless of the actual truthfulness of the messages.
Development of collective self-esteem among students : Predicting adjustment to college
This study investigates whether collective self-esteem predicts adjustment in a particular domain. We measured collective self-esteem as it relates to students' memberships in their residence halls.…
Evaluations of Ingroup and Outgroup Members: The Role of Category-Based Expectancy Violation
Examines the role of category-based expectancy violation in explaining extreme evaluations of ingroup and outgroup members. In three experiments, descriptions about ingroup and outgroup targets were…
Finding the Missing Science : The Fate of Studies Submitted for Review by a Human Subjects Committee
Publication bias, including prejudice against the null hypothesis, and other biasing filters may operate on researchers as well as journal editors and reviewers. A survey asked 33 psychology…