Funded projects

“What learning skills are most Canadian students missing? A cognitive assessment of the PISA data”; PI; CAD 36,639; Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada – Insight Development Grants (SSHRC-IDG), Government of Canada; 2015-present (ranked 4th out of 53 successful applications).

“Modern statistics in psychology: Probability-of-superiority regression, reliability, and reproducibility analyses”; PI; CAD 12,000; Winnipeg Research Institute Foundation; 2019 – 2022.

“Teachers’ perspectives on social-emotional learning scale (TP-SELS)”; Co-I; CAD 7,476; University Research Grants Program (URGP) #3, University of Manitoba; 2018-present.

“Perceived beneficial and diagnostic modeling—A more interpretable statistical model”; PI; CAD 5,457; University Research Grants Program (URGP) #2, University of Manitoba; 2016 – 2018.

“Simulated Statistician”: Engaging social sciences students in learning statistics”; PI; CAD 5,927; Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund (TLEF); University of Manitoba; 2016 – 2017.

“Common-language effect sizes for independent distributions and simple/conditional bivariate correlations”; PI; CAD 5,000; REACH funding program #2; Department of Psychology; 2016 – 2017.

“Developing a more accurate effect size measure (Aw) for multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA)”; PI; CAD 7,276; University Research Grants Program (URGP) #1, University of Manitoba; 2015 – 2016.

“Open-Science platform: Enhancing research accuracy and replicability in I/O psychology”; PI; CAD 5,000; REACH funding program #1; Department of Psychology; 2015 – 2016.

“Meta-analysis of omega scale reliability – theory and practice”; PI; CAD 20,000; Faculty of Arts Start-Up Funds, University of Manitoba; 2014 – 2017.

“Peer interaction as a naturalistic “stress test”: Early identification of children at-risk for mild ASD” Co-I; HKD 1,316,484 (≈ CAD 197,484); General Research Fund, Hong Kong; 2013 – 2016.

“Factor loadings corrected for range restriction in confirmatory factor analysis: A Monte Carlo study”; PI; HKD 29,480 (≈ CAD 4,422); Faculty Research Fund, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; 2013 – 2014.

“Developing student evaluations of teaching (SETs) items to be implemented in a computer-adaptive testing (CAT) platform”; PI; HKD 119,921 (≈ CAD 16,853); Seed Fund, University of Hong Kong; 2013 – 2014.

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