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Introducing the Social Relations Collaborative

Overview of the New Facilities for Social Experimentation at the Social Science Research Center at Mississippi State University
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Dr. H. C. Sinclair

on 23 July 2016

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Transcript of Introducing the Social Relations Collaborative

Examples
Past:
Social Network Effects on Romantic Relationships (Sinclair, Felmlee, Sprecher, & Wright, 2015)
Processing:
Commitment and Forgiveness (Goldberg, Sinclair, & Ellithorpe, 2016, APS)
Present:
When Does Rejection Trigger Aggression? (Sinclair, Goldberg, Stubbs-Richardson, May, McCleon, Krallman, & Mohanty, NIJ 3-years)
Proposed:
Evaluating & Refining Anti-Sexual Violence Campaigns (Sinclair, Stubbs-Richardson, Goldberg, Mohanty, Seitz, Pylate, & Robertson, CDC)
Outreach
We institute a multi-platform dissemination plan:

Traditional sources (e.g., journals, conferences)
Social media
Twitter
Facebook
Website
With Blog
And Vlog
(forthcoming)
Open Science Framework

To encourage accessibility and transparency in science.
Resources
Labs:
Group Interaction Lab
Dyadic Observation Lab
Individual Research Pods
Laptop Lab

Methods:
Qualtrics
Inquisit
Diverse instrumentation
Behavioral observation
Quantitative & Qualitative
Goals
We started as a resource for those interested incorporating social experimental methods into study designs. The SRC has grown into a think tank with the following missions:

• To encourage interdisciplinary collaborations;
• To grow a diverse methodological toolkit;
• To systematically apply theoretical models to a variety of social issues;
• To engage in open science practices
• To provide mentorship in social issues research

All ultimately with the aim to improve relationships – whether between individuals or groups – and reduce negative interactions.

Who we are
Co-Directors:
Dr. H. Colleen Sinclair (Psychology) & Dr. Rebecca M. Goldberg (Counseling)

Lab Manager:
Chelsea Ellithorpe
Undergraduate Lab Manager:
Taylor Ritchey
Design, Delve, Disseminate
And our interdisciplinary team!
Ever-Expanding
Samples:
High School
Community
College
mTurk
Archival
http://www.socialrelationslab.com/
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