Naoyuki Sunami (角南直幸)

Naoyuki Sunami (角南直幸)

Ph.D. Candidate

University of Delaware

Biography

Hi! I’m a Social Psychology Ph.D. candidate at the University of Delaware. I study how people connect with each other and regulate a sense of belonging. My recent work focused on how people respond to social rejection using behavioral and physiological measures. I advocate practices improving replicability, reproducibility, and openness. I’m currently working at Close Relationship and Health Lab with my mentor, Lisa Jaremka.

Interests

  • Belonging & Social Rejection
  • Open Science & Replicability
  • Psychophysiology (ECG, ICG)
  • Data Science (R, Python)

Education

  • Ph.D. Social Psychology, 2021 (Expected)

    University of Delaware

  • M.S. Experimental Psychology, 2015

    Western Illinois University

  • B.S. Psychology, 2009

    Saint Louis University

Publications

Teaching

Measurement and Statistics (UD-PSYC209)

An introductory statistics course with R

Skills

Open Science

preregistration & registered reports

Study Design & Methodology

experimental designs, a priori power analysis

R

reproducible data preprocessing, analyses, & visualization

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