David Trafimow mostly deals with Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Cognition, Affect and Normative. David Trafimow connects Social psychology with Control in his research. His studies deal with areas such as Habit, Morality and Social perception as well as Developmental psychology.
His Cognition research incorporates themes from Mindfulness and Implicit self-esteem. His research in Affect intersects with topics in Psychological intervention and Occupational safety and health. His Normative research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sample and Perception.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Statistics, Developmental psychology, Attribution and Epistemology. His Affect study, which is part of a larger body of work in Social psychology, is frequently linked to Trait, bridging the gap between disciplines. David Trafimow combines Developmental psychology and Control in his studies.
David Trafimow interconnects Intentionality, Social perception and Morality in the investigation of issues within Attribution. In his study, Sampling is strongly linked to Sample, which falls under the umbrella field of Sample size determination. The Statistical hypothesis testing study combines topics in areas such as Null hypothesis and Econometrics.
David Trafimow focuses on Statistics, Sample size determination, Statistical hypothesis testing, Sample and Confidence interval. His Skewness, Contrast and Statistic study in the realm of Statistics connects with subjects such as Measurement theory. David Trafimow studies Statistical hypothesis testing, focusing on p-value in particular.
His Sample study also includes
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Statistics, Cognitive psychology, A priori and a posteriori, Statistical hypothesis testing and Sampling. His study brings together the fields of Control and Statistics. His studies in Cognitive psychology integrate themes in fields like Habit, Sign, Automaticity and Universe.
His work in A priori and a posteriori tackles topics such as Data collection which are related to areas like Sample size determination, Machine learning, Probability distribution and Skewness. The concepts of his Statistical hypothesis testing study are interwoven with issues in Significance testing, Statistical assumption and Taxonomy. While the research belongs to areas of Sampling, David Trafimow spends his time largely on the problem of Sample, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Cognitive research, Developmental research, Cognition and Artificial intelligence.
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Some tests of the distinction between the private self and the collective self.
David Trafimow;Harry C. Triandis;Sharon G. Goto.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1991)
The Importance of Subjective Norms for a Minority of People: between Subjects and within-Subjects Analyses
David Trafimow;Krystina A. Finlay.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (1996)
Evidence that perceived behavioural control is a multidimensional construct: Perceived control and perceived difficulty
David Trafimow;Paschal Sheeran;Mark Conner;Krystina A. Finlay.
British Journal of Social Psychology (2002)
Replication, falsification, and the crisis of confidence in social psychology
Brian D. Earp;David Trafimow.
Frontiers in Psychology (2015)
Some Tests of the Distinction between Cognitive and Affective Beliefs
David Trafimow;Paschal J. Sheeran.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (1998)
How Priming the Private Self or Collective Self Affects the Relative Weights of Attitudes and Subjective Norms
Oscar Ybarra;David Trafimow.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (1998)
Predicting behaviour from perceived behavioural control: tests of the accuracy assumption of the theory of planned behaviour.
Paschal Sheeran;David Trafimow;Christopher J. Armitage.
British Journal of Social Psychology (2003)
Does the Temporal Stability of Behavioral Intentions Moderate Intention-Behavior and Past Behavior-Future Behavior Relations?
Paschal Sheeran;Sheina Orbell;David Trafimow.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (1999)
The Effects of Language and Priming on the Relative Accessibility of the Private Self and the Collective Self
David Trafimow;Ellen S. Silverman;Ruth Mei-Tai Fan;Josephine Shui Fun Law.
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (1997)
Mental habits: metacognitive reflection on negative self-thinking
Bas Verplanken;Oddgeir Friborg;Catharina E. Wang;David Trafimow.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2007)
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