Understanding the Role of the Researcher in the Research Process

Dr. Crystal Steltenpohl (Assistant Professor, University of Southern Indiana) will be giving a talk on researcher positionality on October 1, 2-3:30 pm. 
 

Social science research is a scientific endeavor that involves, at its core, people. We usually conduct research studies with human participants, but we as researchers are also people, and we bring our experiences, perspectives, and values into the research process in sometimes unexpected ways. Join Dr. Steltenpohl in a discussion about how researchers can influence the research process and learn about ways to reflect and transparently discuss those influences.

Register here: bit.ly/CLARG-OCT21

This talk is hosted by the Cognitive Language Aficionados Research Group and sponsored by the Dept. of Psychology, and the Dept. of Educational Psychology, and the Speech Acquisition Lab.