I have but three requirements between now and graduation: a 450h practicum (halfway done), a thesis (kind of started), and… a final stats assignment. This post is a tutorial for this last one. First though, two quick notes facilitating all that follows. First, you can easily toggle from viewing names to labels via “Options”, making Read More →

Originally from the UK, Martin Hagger is now a distinguished professor at Curtin University in Perth, Australia, where he just recently won an award for his outstanding research. His focus lies in studying people’s self-regulation processes and seeing how health professionals can harness these to change patients’ health-related behaviour. Martin is one of the most Read More →