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Invitation for contributions to a Special Issue of Qualitative Research in Psychology

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Oct
21
2013

Online qualitative inquiries in psychology: Critical contributions of emerging scholars

 

Aims

  • To showcase some of the innovative approaches to critical research in psychology
  • To generate scholarly dialogue around the use of online methodologies in psychology
  • To provide a platform for early career researchers (ECRs)*
Note: Preference shall be given to ECRs,

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Christmas Participants!

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Jan
15
2013

Despite it being Christmas day on the 25th December, there were still over 200 visitors to the site that day. In the 2 weeks following Christmas, site traffic has ranged between 262 to 573 visitors per day, the vast majority being new visitors rather than returning ones. You can help

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Lots of visitors to the site!

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Apr
24
2012

Great news...7,547 people visited this site between March 23rd and April 23rd. Of these, 859 visited on the same day!  

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14,598 Unique Visitors in the last 4 weeks!

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Jan
17
2012

Good news. Site traffic has increased with hundreds of new visitors to the site every day!

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Winding down for Christmas?

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Dec
14
2011

If you're winding down for Christmas and looking for something fun to do, then take part in some of the studies on this site and contribute to real Psychological research!

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5,183 Unique Visitors in the past month!

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Dec
14
2011

Site traffic is still doing well, with 5,183 Unique Visitors in the past month!

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Don’t forget about the Forum!

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Sep
5
2011

It's yours to use. If you need advice about online research, then get posting!

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Over 4,000 visitors in less than 2 weeks!

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Sep
5
2011

The website has seen an influx of participants over the past 2 weeks. Lets hope this continues!

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Over 2,000 visitors to the site in 2 days!

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Aug
25
2011

An analysis of the site's web traffic shows that on Tues 23rd, 1692 visitors came to the site, with a further 491 on Weds 24th. This unusually large amount of traffic came from a referral via the stumbleupon website, demonstrating the importance of referring sites in increasing web traffic.

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Do you have any news? Shout about it here!

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
May
3
2011

If you have any research-related news, feel free to shout about it here. Perhaps you have some important study findings you'd like to publish, or perhaps you have found a new way to decrease drop-out rates in online research?

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New website forum – give it a go!

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
May
3
2011

The site now has a forum for you to share your experiences of online research and/or ask others for help or advice. Someone has to post first so give it a go and others will follow!

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New website forum!

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Mar
29
2011

The site now has a forum for you to share your experiences of online research and/or ask others for help or advice. Someone has to post first so don't be shy! Given that OnlinePsychResearch is used by psychology researchers conducting online research across the globe, this site is the

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Website traffic is increasing

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Mar
5
2011

The new site seems to be functioning well in terms of bringing in new visitors to the site. At present, approximately 43% of visitors to the site have come via search engines such as Google using the search term "Psychology Research". In fact, I am pleased to say that OnlinePsychResearch

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New features on the site

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Feb
22
2011

In addition to an improved look and feel, the new site has some new features. At present these are mainly in the 'Researchers' section which now allows researchers to recommend resources for conducting internet-mediated-research, as well as add news articles to the website. So don't be shy...contribute to OnlinePsychResearch now

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Client confidentiality and confessing to murder

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Feb
20
2011

If you are a clinical psychologist and your client confesses to past violent physical or sexual behaviour, even murder, what would you do? This a question that all clinical psychologists may be confronted with at some point during the careers, and for many this will be on multiple occasions. Yet

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Happy Birthday Charles Darwin!

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Feb
12
2011

It's the anniversary of evolutionary biologist Charles Darwin, born on Feb 12th 1809. Darwin's theories of evolution and natural selection have been some of the most influential in history. Celebrate Darwin's birthday by reading more the man himself and his work at the International Darwin Day Foundation website

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Darwin Day lecture

Author: Kathryn Gardner | Post Comment
Feb
12
2011

The School of Psychology at the University of Central Lancashire (England) is shortly hosting its annual 'Darwin Day Celebration Lecture'. In celebration of Charles Darwin, the School is proud to host its 6th annual event, which this year, will see Professor Nicholas Humphrey from the London School of Economics

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The new site is launched!

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Feb
12
2011

The new website is launched in February 2011. The new website has a refreshing new look and feel to it, but it's not finished yet! Over the course of the year various new features will be added, so call back soon!

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