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Melissa Gordon Wolf
PhD student studying quant methods at UCSB. Interested in design, validation, and analysis of self-report assessments.
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 12
Replying to @dp_moriarity
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 12
Replying to @MeasurementGal
Thank you thank you ❤❤❤
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 12
One of the hardest things about leaving the workforce to return to grad school is when you end up doing the exact same tasks that you used to get paid a lot of money to do.
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 12
As a graduate student, how often do you get asked to review journal articles? I'm on my 4th request this year and I'm considering turning it down. I have to defend my thesis and do my doctoral comps, and this doesn't seem like the best use of my time. Thoughts?
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 12
Replying to @EikoFried
Well, it's partially because you're in Virginia...
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 11
This makes me want to travel back in time and closely scrutinize all of your slides/homeworks/exams
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 10
What is the metric for validity?
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 8
Replying to @JeffGreeneUNC
There isn't much to infer from the study then, IMO. Psychology has a long way to go with methodology. Imagine if that was the only evidence your doctor presented for treatment efficacy 😂 you might not so inclined to take the medicine...
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 7
I live in California and would like to help people register to vote in swing states. How can I get involved?
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 7
I definitely have imposter syndrome (I think most of us do) but there are some atmospheres in which I'm comfortable asking questions and commenting, and some where I'm not
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 7
Replying to @JeffGreeneUNC
How many items? Why are they reporting alpha? If it's for validity, is there any other evidence of validity (qualitative or quantitative)?
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 6
It's less than .7 it's not valid throw it all out nothing matters.
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 6
Justttt when you think you've finished your paper... you remember you still have to write the abstract.
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 5
Replying to @scottcaplan9
The transition isn't easy 🙃 And hi!!!! I still talk about your conflict management course and the things you taught us (from 2009!) all of the time.
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 4
Open science FTW ✊
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 4
Replying to @bmwiernik
TY! This sounds perfect.
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 4
Replying to @KEYTNC3
Is this separate from the homocide three days ago, a block away, on Cacique Street???
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 4
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 4
Agree. In your first author stats papers, do you make code available (commented out) and include a real life example? I think there is a space for pure stat methods papers, but there should also be a very important space for the accessible methods (would increase your cites!).
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Melissa Gordon Wolf Jun 4
I should clarify - I also don't think pure substantive people should necessarily *be* the ones running models; there is a reason people specialize. I think substantive and methods people should collaborate, but I still think methods should to be more accessible.
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