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Book Review: Bayesian Statistics for Beginners. A Step-by-Step Approach
(Frontiers Media, 2020-05-19)
Bayesian Statistics for Beginners. A Step-by-Step Approach (Donovan and Mickey, 2019) is, perhaps, the “truest-to-title” book I have read on Bayesian inference and statistics, insofar (a) it is written for novices to ...
Young New Zealanders’ beliefs about youth suicide and how it can be prevented
(Christchurch New Zealand Psychological Society, 2020-04)
New Zealand has the highest suicide rate amongst youth (ages 15-24) in the OECD. We aimed to conduct a conceptual replication of two previous studies, examining the views that youth in New Zealand hold about the causes of ...
Analyzing Hong Kong’s Inbound Tourism: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic
This study empirically investigates the determinants and drivers of Hong Kong’s inbound tourism using data from January 2019 to December 2020. Five of Hong Kong’s major regional tourism source markets are selected: Japan, ...
Side-loading prevalence and intoxication in the night-time economy
Mindfulness as practice: A network analysis of FMI data
Mindfulness research implicitly conceives of mindfulness as an identifiable real ‘thing’ that exists beyond what is directly observed. Recently, a new methodology has been developed which allows mindfulness to be modelled ...
Perceptions of Powerlessness Are Negatively Associated with Taking Action on Climate Change: A Preregistered Replication
(Mary Ann Liebert, Inc, 2020-12-02)
Despite segments of skepticism, the majority of the general public in most countries believe that climate change is occurring and caused by human activities. Behavior changes by individuals can reduce greenhouse gas emissions ...