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Blog Honors

I couldn’t have a research blog without a little peer review, now could I?  This is a record of the various awards, honors, and mentions about this blog. If you have given Neo-Academic an award that does not appear on this list, please let me know!

Awards and Honors

  1. ResearchBlogging.org Editor’s Selection
    for LinkedIn Profiles Contain Fewer Lies Than Resumes
  2. ResearchBlogging.org Editor’s Selection
    for Twitter vs. Student Engagement and Grades
  3. ResearchBlogging.org Editor’s Selection
    for Designing Learning Games to Maximize Engagement
  4. ResearchBlogging.org Editor’s Selection
    for There Are Four Kinds of Social Media Users
  5. ResearchBlogging.org Editor’s Selection
    for Online Plagiarism and Cybercheating Still Strong – 61.9%
  6. ResearchBlogging.org Editor’s Selection
    for The Lies That Data Tell
  7. ResearchBlogging.org Editor’s Selection
    for Playing Violent Video Games for a Release That Never Comes
  8. ResearchBlogging Awards 2010 – Nominee for Best New Blog, Best Blog – Psychology

Top Lists

  1. mastersinmanagement.org – 101 Must-Bookmark Sites for Managers
  2. onlineschools.com – Top 50 Psychology Professors on Twitter
  3. thebestcolleges.org – Top 25 Psychology Blogs of 2011
  4. accreditedonlineuniversities.com – 100 Best Blogs and Websites for Innovative Academics
  5. onlinepsychologydegree.info – Top 30 Psychology Blogs of 2012

Media Mentions and Discussions

  1. Chronicle of Higher Education - Teaching Carnival 4.11
  2. Chronicle of Higher Education - Teaching Carnival 4.8
  3. Chronicle of Higher Education - Gamifying Homework
  4. Maclean’sIf You’re an Aural Learner, Read This Aloud To Yourself
  5. Popular ScienceUnleashing a Swarm of Augmented-Reality Cockroaches to Fight Bug Phobias

Most Popular Posts

  1. Unfolding the IKEA Effect: Why We Love the Things We Build
  2. Computing Intraclass Correlations (ICC) As Estimates of Inter-rater Reliability in SPSS
  3. Unleashing a Swarm of Augmented-Reality Cockroaches to Fight Bug Phobia
  4. Online Plagiarism and Cybercheating Still Strong – 61.9
  5. Grad School: Should I Get a Ph.D. or Master’s in I/O Psychology?
  6. When a MOOC Exploits Its Learners: A Coursera Case Study
  7. Should Children with Autism Play Video Games?
  8. Fear of New Technology
  9. Grad School: How Do I Get Research Experience?
  10. LinkedIn Profiles Contain Fewer Lies Than Resumes
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