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Dr. A. Brand

Dr. Andrew Brand (BA Cardiff, PhD Cardiff). E-mail Address: post@ipsychexpts.com

Previous Research and Publications

Brand, A., & Bradley, M. T. (2012). More Voodoo Correlations: When averaged-based measures inflate correlations. The Journal of General Psychology, 139, 260-272. PDF (Size: 196K)PDF

Brand, A., & Bradley, M. T. (2012). Assessing the effects of technical variance on the statistical outcomes of web experiments measuring response times. Social Science Computer Review, 30, 350-357. PDF (Size: 192K)PDF

Brand, A., Bradley, M.T., & MacNeill, L. (2012). Effect sizes are strongly influenced by changes in variability. Paper presented at the 73rd Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Halifax, Novia Scotia. PDF (Size: 204K)PDF

Bradley, M.T., Brand, A., & MacNeill, L. (2012). Interpreting effect size estimates through graphic analysis of raw data distributions. Diagrammatic Representation and Inference - Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 7352, 117 - 123. PDF (Size: 188K)PDF

Brand A. (2011). Income Inequality and the Prevalence of Mental illness: A Note of Caution [Letter to the Editor] Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. Retrieved from http://jech.bmj.com/content/60/7/646/reply#jech_el_2839

Brand, A., Bradley, M. T., Best L. A., & Stoica, G. (2011). Accuracy of effect size estimates from published psychological experiments involving multiple trials. The Journal of General Psychology, 138, 281-291. PDF (Size: 104K)PDF

Brand, A., Bradley, M. T., Best L. A., & Stoica, G. (2011). Multiple trials may yield exaggerated effect size estimates. The Journal of General Psychology, 138, 1-11. PDF (Size: 155K)PDF

Brand, A., Bradley, M. T., Best L. A., & Stoica, G. (2008). Accuracy of effect size estimates from published psychological research. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 106, 645-649. PDF (Size: 46K)PDF

Brand, A. (2004). A web experiment based enquiry into the verbal overshadowing effect. [PhD thesis]. Cardiff: Cardiff University. PDF (Size: 2.2MB)PDF

Brand, A., & Hahn, U. (2003). Evaluating the validity of internet experiments: Verbal overshadowing as a case study. Unpublished manuscript. PDF (Size: 40K)PDF





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