Currently, I am interested in the statistical issues related to the replication crisis in psychology. I believe that R is the future of data analysis in psychology and I am also a strong advocate of reproducible research (i.e., creating a reproducible process for generating the numbers in your paper). More genearally, my research interests include teamwork, organizational commitment, and the role of emotions in the workplace.
PhD The University of Western Ontario
MA The University of Western Ontario
BA University of Waterloo
Currently, I am interested in the statistical issues surrouding the replication crisis in psychology. I believe that R is the future of data analysis in psychology and I am also a strong advocate of reproducble research (i.e., creating a reproducible process for generating the numbers in your paper). More genearally, my research interests include teamwork, organizational commitment, and the role of emotions in the workplace.
Replicability of Studies. Psychology is currently experiencing what some have called a 'crisis of confidence' due to the problems associated with replicating findings. I am interested in exploring the methodological factors that influence this issue.
Teamwork. Teams are being used extenstively within organizations, consequently they are the topic of a considerable amount of research. I am interested in the numerous methodological and statistical issues involved in team research.
Organizational Commitment. Individuals choose to remain at organizations for a variety of reasons. Those reasons include identification and emotional attachment (affective commitment), perceived obligation (normative commitment), and perceived costs of leaving (continuance commitment) (Meyer & Allen, 1990). Currently, I am collaborating with others to investigate how commitment levels and relations vary cross-culturally.
Emotions in the Workplace. Emotions are a key factor governing how individuals behave at both work and home. I am particularly interested in how various models of affect create different predictions for workplace behaviours.
Stanley, D. & Spence, J. (2018). Reproducible Tables in Psychology Using the apaTables Package. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science.
Stanley, D. J., Powell, D. M., & Brown, K. N. (2018, in press). Meta-Analysis of the Relation Between Interview Anxiety and Interview Performance. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science.
Cassidy, S. & Stanley, D. (2018). Getting From 'Me'to 'We': Role Clarity, Team Process, and the Transition From Individual Knowledge to Shared Mental Models in Employee Dyads. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences., doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/cjas.1493
Spence, J. R., & Stanley, D. J. (2016). Prediction Interval: What to Expect When You’re Expecting… A Replication. PloS one, 11(9), e0162874.
Stanley, D. J. & Meyer, J. P. (2016). Employee commitment and performance, Handbook of Employee Commitment.
Stanley, D.J., & Spence, J.R. (2014). Expectations for replications: Are yours realistic? Perspectives on Psychological Science, 9, 305-318.
Meyer, J.P., Stanley, D.J., Jackson, T.A., McInnis, K.J., Maltin, E.R., & Sheppard, L. (2012). Affective, normative, and continuance commitment levels across cultures: A meta-analysis. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 80(2), 225-245.
Stanley, D.J., Allen, N.J., Williams, H.M., Ross, S.J. (2011). Examining workgroup diversity effects: Does playing by the (group-retention) rules help or hinder? Behavior Research Methods, 43, 508-521.
Stanley, D.J. & Meyer, J.P. (2009). 2-D Affective Space: A New Approach to Orienting the Axes. Emotion, 9, 214-237.
Allen, N.J., Stanley, D.J., Williams, H., & Ross, S.J. (2007b). Assessing Dissimilarity Relations Under Missing Data Conditions: Evidence from Computer Simulations. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 1414-1426.
Allen, N.J., Stanley, D.J., Williams, H., & Ross, S.J. (2007a). Assessing the Impact of Non-Response on Work Group Diversity Effects. Organizational Research Methods, 10, 262-286.
Meyer, J.P., Stanley, D. J., Herscovitch, L., Topolnytsky, L. (2002). Affective, continuance, and normative commitment to the organization: A meta-analysis of the antecedents, correlates, and consequences. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 61, 20-52.
PSYC*6060 Research Design & Statistics
PSYC*4780 Advanced Research Methods and Statistics
PSYC*3290 Conducting Statistical Analyses in Psychology
PSYC*3250 Psychological Measurement
Resources for my statistcs courses can be found via CourseLink and www.datacamp.com (free for course work).