You may come across a variety of methods to assess a variable during a study. This article will describe the four primary kinds of measurement scales and provide some examples… Read More
PubTrawlr is dedicated to improving our understanding of scientific knowledge. We want science to be accessible. We want research to get into practice and to be able to learn from… Read More
It’s the last day of 2021, so we’d want to look back at our achievements for the previous year and preview what you’ll see in 2022 at PubTrawler. Although the… Read More
Health equity is a major topic and research focus over the past few years. And with good reason! For those of us who want wellbeing to improve in our communities,… Read More
The ArXiv (pronounced “archive”) is a digital library that archives papers in physics, computer science, mathematics, and other scientific disciplines. It was established because not many journals would accept emails… Read More
Let’s talk evaluation. I haven’t done a summary of evaluation in a long time, and since we’re dialing up a really big project with our friends at RISE, it’s as… Read More
It’s been a while since I wrote one of these summaries. Chalk it up to new projects, new opportunities, and a lack of time to simply sit down and do… Read More
Is busyness ever a valid excuse? Probably not. We’ve been working on a ton of underlying improvements that we plan to showcase when we launch our next update. We plan… Read More
Our analysis of the recent trends in academic articles, news articles and tweets.
Cross-posting because a lot of people who come to this site also have an interest in applied research. It’s been a busy year for the American Evaluation Association’s Community Psychology… Read More
At this year’s American Public Health Association conference, we tracked the event’s tweets and found some interesting trends. Here are our findings!
The influential and transcendental psychologist Aaron Beck died on October 31st at the age of 100. His work and research on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy have influenced and improved, without exaggeration,… Read More