Hello, all. I made an account here in the early days, but haven't been using it, so saying hi again.
I'm a social and #quantitative psychologist. My general role is to be third author :), doing the statistical/methodological heavy lifting on papers on child development and behavior problems, substance abuse and other health risk behaviors, school and community interventions, and a fair bit more (e.g., chronic pain, infant sleep) as consultant.
Also, #OpenScience advocate.
Technically, it meets the requirements.
give me a horror story from your specialty in five words or less
Special Issue of Sexualities:
Parenting, Polyamory and Consensual Nonmonogamy. Critical and Queer Perspectives (Editorial group: Daniel Cardoso, Christian Klesse, Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli, Michael Raab, Cornelia Schadler, and Mimi Schippers).
If you wish to contribute to the Special Issue, please, upload an abstract of 250-300 words (including 5 key words, a short biographical note and your contact details) by 30 July 2020 at http://polyqueer.arranca.de/inbox
Right-wing ideologue: Academics are conspiring together to—
Me: Whoa honeymuffin. We can't even agree on a damn citation format.
Hijacking the #introductions tag again (my real one is pinned).
(I asked for it for Christmas. I'm *really* hard to buy for.)
Quantitative/social psychologist. Most of my work is in child development and behavioral public health.
Statistical consultant http://malonequantitative.com
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