This photo of Don Campbell and Dave Kenny was taken in 1995 in Storrs, Connecticut. Don talked about the Multi-Trait, Multi-Method Matrix, his experience with Robert Tryon at UC Berkeley as his teaching assistant and “Tryon’s Paradox,” and the social relations model. He used the phrase “Roshomon Effect” to describe the perceiver effect of the social relations model. I discuss all of these topic in more detail in my 2018 book “Social Relations Modeling of Behavior in Dyads and Groups” that will be published by Elsevier Press (Academic Press).
Professor Lee J. Cronbach
Band Practice (Degrees of Freedom) in Storrs, Connecticut.
Colleagues and friends in Berlin, Germany – 1987 Finnish Birth Cohort Researchers
Dinner with my wife, Gina, and our friend and social psychologist, Hilik Klar, Jaffa, Israel. The “Old Man and the Sea” is a popular Arab restaurant on the harbor.
Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem, Palestine (West Bank)
My colleague and former student, Dr. Tiina Ristikari with me in Woodstock, Connecticut.
Colleagues and friends at a Conference on immigration and emigration where I gave a keynote address and a workshop on the social relations model (University of Tampere, Finland)
My Students at the 2018 RI INBRE Research Conference at the University of Rhode Island where I’m a member of the graduate faculty. Three experiments using a standard face recognition paradigm show that attractive face are recognized with about 90% accuracy (black bars) and induce about 85% false positives. Average and unattractive faces show much less recognition accuracy (From left-to-right, Christine Curley, Casey Silva, and Carissa DiPietro, pictured above).