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Scott Griffiths
NHMRC Research Fellow at investigating body image, eating disorders, muscle dysmorphia, anabolic steroids, and appearance-related stigmatisation
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Scott Griffiths 11h
great cover art
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PEHJournal 15h
Interested in the illicit trade of ? Make sure to check one of our most cited cited article on this topic by and colleagues:
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Scott Griffiths 16h
New from 's group, and led by Nora Trompeter. Cross-sectional associations of fear of negative evaluation with ED symptoms in Australian adolescents (N ~ 4000); longitudinal analyses forthcoming
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Fiona Willer AdvAPD Jan 20
“Although it’s been more than 20 years and I don’t remember what my school locker room looked like, I still remember the bodies inside. The ones I wanted desperately to have for my own, and the...
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Psychological Sciences Jan 20
In a world fixated on how we look and what we eat, it’s no wonder that body dissatisfaction and eating disorders are on the rise. Join us for the next PsychTalks event: 'What you need to know about eating disorders', presented with the .
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PsyArXiv-bot Jan 17
Measurement Schmeasurement: Questionable Measurement Practices and How to Avoid Them
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Aidan Wright Jan 19
Do you often find that you have to defend the use of contemporary missing data techniques to more senior colleagues? Here's a really nice and gentle introduction to multiple imputation you can assign them. OA too!
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Bridget Whitlow LMFT Jan 18
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Hilary Dugan Jan 16
Finding/replacing double spaces with single spaces in collaborative documents is so satisfying. And reversing it is so difficult.
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Dr Stuart Murray Jan 15
Please join me in welcoming my friend, colleague and visiting Scholar to the Twittersphere! Follow Dr. Compte for updates on his innovative research program
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Scott Griffiths Jan 15
Congratulations Russell!
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Dr Russell Delderfield Jan 15
My new book on is here (as in, literally, in my hands, which is thrilling for a like me). Please ask your library to get hold of a copy & there's an : . RT if you can.
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Scott Griffiths Jan 14
Replying to @OrbenAmy @ShuhBillSkee
Incredible,
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Amy Orben Jan 14
Large quantities of data = High quality of science. My new Nature Human Behaviour paper published today with shows that this could not be further from the truth. (1/10)
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Scott Griffiths Jan 14
Essential reading for researchers interested in translating scales/instruments/tests into new languages:
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Scott Griffiths Jan 10
if you're willing to share your presentation slides with me when your abstract is accepted (i'll be very surprised if it isn't it), I'd like to discuss your study in our journal club. As others are noting, it's compelling stuff
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JK Flake 📈📏 Jan 10
I just read this paper: by + Sean Hughes, "Hidden Invalidity among Fifteen Commonly Used Measures in Social and Personality Psychology" - Let me tell you why it is important. THREAD 1/n
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Scott Griffiths Jan 10
Yes! I was worried this pre-print would fly under the radar. Fantastic pre-print and thread.
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Scott Griffiths Jan 10
Likewise! I'm sure she'll do great :)
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Dan Quintana Jan 6
Great post from (via ) on biased debugging “This [biased debugging] is like a drunkard's walk that veers systematically toward wine bottles to the left, and away from police to the right”
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