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Aug 28, 2023 - Department of Psychology
Terry, Mallory E.; Shulman, David; Vallis, Lori Ann, 2023, "Supplemental data for: Can the multiple-object tracking task be used to quantify dual visuo-cognitive task performance in young adults?", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/PEC1UW, Borealis, V1, UNF:6:sthdGePbEGZLkGM6M1iJng== [fileUNF]
This data set includes kinematic and kinetic data from students at the University of Guelph. This was recorded while completing the multiple-object tracking task while either seated or standing. Quiet stance and seated trials were also recorded as a baseline. Also included in thi...
Jun 27, 2023
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Jan 6, 2023 - Department of Psychology
Teja, Hannah; Powell, Deborah M.; Son Hing, Leanne S.; Hausdorf, Peter A., 2023, "Supplemental data for: Self-Promotion in the Structured Interview – No Evidence of Differential Effects for Men and Women", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/P1C5PR, Borealis, V1, UNF:6:0JW4aDs/NB/jPD3p5P0fQA== [fileUNF]
Data corresponding to "Self-Promotion in the Structured Interview – No Evidence of Differential Effects for Men and Women" journal article.
Mar 23, 2021 - Department of Psychology
Terry, Mallory E.; Trick, Lana M., 2021, "Multiple-object tracking and visually guided touch", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP2/WE9TOY, Borealis, V1
The purpose of this project was to investigate if multiple-object tracking (MOT) and visually guided touch rely on a common, limited-capacity resource. To do so, participants completed the MOT task and were required to touch items that changed colour while tracking.
Mar 18, 2021 - Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics
Bloomfield, Elizabeth; Bloomfield, Gerald T., 2021, "Canadian industry in 1871 project (CANIND71), University of Guelph, Ontario, 1982 - 2008", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP2/31PLH3, Borealis, V1, UNF:6:9hanH16QJWvyc98eJNnlLA== [fileUNF]
The Canadian Industry in 1871 project involved digitizing the manuscript schedules of the 1871 Census of Canada, the only detailed industrial census returns to survive so completely from the past. The database includes more than 45,000 industrial establishments, each with up to 1...
Mar 15, 2021
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Aug 1, 2019 - Department of Psychology
Ho, Jordan, 2019, "The influence of perceived competition on motivation to fake in employment interviews", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP2/1EFLTB, Borealis, V1, UNF:6:Y03P05juo8TGWQNN5h9ADA== [fileUNF]
The purpose of the data collection was to collect survey data from online respondents, to examine whether perceived competition during a selection process would lead to greater intentions to use deception in job interviews.
Department of Psychology(University of Guelph)
Aug 1, 2019
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Jul 12, 2018 - Department of Political Science
Lupien, Pascal, 2018, "The impact of information and communication technologies on Indigenous and Afro-Descendant Civil Society Organizations in Latin America", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP/5H6KSP, Borealis, V1
Indigenous and Black civil society organizations (CSOs) in Latin America have participated in diverse forms of political, social and entrepreneurial engagement with varying degrees of success. Previous research has shed light on how these organizations have emerged over the past...
Jul 6, 2018 - Department of Political Science
Lupien, Pascal, 2018, "Participatory Democracy in Latin America", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP/ASR2XE, Borealis, V1
Despite the recent expansion of innovative democratic experiments, scholars have observed that much of what has been written focuses on theoretical issues and normative debates. There is relatively little empirical research and a lack of comparative work that contrasts different...
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