Collabra: Psychology Research Roundup
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In the latest Research Roundup below, you can see our most recently-published articles, all of which have open data and open peer review.
Lisa A. Williams, Timothy P. Schofield, Thomas J. Whitford
Holly J. Bowen, Elizabeth A. Kensinger
Timothy J. Kutta, Michael P. Kaschak, Angela Porcellini, John L. Jones
Methodology & Research Practice
No Evidence for Differential Relations of Hedonic Well-Being and Eudaimonic Well-Being to Gene Expression: A Comment on Statistical Problems in Fredrickson et al. (2013)
Carol A. Nickerson