Justin Wiegand Blog Scholarship | Recording

Banning the Null Hypothesis Significance Testing Procedure (NHSTP)

Basic and Applied Social Psychology (BASP) is the first psychology journal to outright ban NHSTP.  The link to the short editorial tells the story, but you can certainly find much more on the subject from other sources.  Bayesian procedures are neither banned nor required.  The idea is that strong descriptive statistics,...

Mariners The Quiet Album Art

Mariners: The Quiet – Album Release!

I’m excited to announce (albeit a few days late) the release of Mariners’ full length album “The Quiet.”  The Quiet marks the premiere album recorded, mixed, and produced at Sound Foundry Studio! You can listen to selected tracks from the Sound Foundry media page (link above, click “Media”) or hear the...

metaBUS

I’ve wanted to put a plug in for metaBUS for some time now (specifically since attending the related session at AOM 2014).  The time has come. What is metaBUS?  Quite simply, it’s an interface that will offer access to over 1,000,000 findings (correlational effect sizes) from top HR, Management, and Applied Psychology Journals...

Picture of LER Office Basement

Self-guided office tour

Seeing as the semester is just about over–and Christmas is right around the corner–I am providing a self-guided tour of LER’s office 17!  What else?

Funny HLM

Funny HLM1 Funny HLM2 Images by SAS.

Mariners Album fully supported!

Very excited to see this project fully supported and then some!  Great time working with these guys at The Foundry–can’t wait for the release!

Live: AOM NDSC 2015 Website

As 2015 Academy of Management New Doctoral Student Consortium PDW co-chair (with LER’s very own Brandon Grant) and web chair, I’m excited to announce the 2015 refresh of the NDSC website is complete.  I’ve simplified the content and cleaned things up a bit… be looking for registration details and schedule in...

Stop missing data!

Missing data is not ideal, but is a reality with most research.  This is especially true of social science research where data often comes from subjects who are not forced to complete a survey or question they do not want to. Researchers get scared by the idea of “imputing” data for missing values,...