Potential Conflicts of Interest and/or Side Hustles
I've received money to support my work/research from a few sources. I have also received money personally because of my research and research skills, independent of my primary positions. I try not to let these things influence the work that I do. However, I recognize that I'm not in the best position to identify my own biases related to potential conflicts of interest. In an effort to be transparent, I've listed these sources of funding below (to the best of my memory).
I have received grants in support of my research from the following
- John Templeton Foundation
- Association for Psychological Science
- Center for Open Science
- Arnold Ventures
- Miami University (a few grants/awards for undergraduate research)
I have received money for consulting from the following groups:
- Civil Politics (2014)
- Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development (2018-present)
Paid Speaking Engagements
I have received money for speaking to the following groups:
- Various groups around the University of Virginia for talks on implicit bias (I forget all of the groups, but one gave me $200 for a talk and another gave me a few academic books and a clicker for a series of talks. All other talks were free).
- Reproducibility Training 2, planned by the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences
Odds and Ends
- I received the Leamer-Rosenthal Prize for Open Social Science from the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences. This one seems worth mentioning because it came with a $10,000 personal prize.
- I write a blog for Psychology Today. I get a small royalty for page views (I believe it comes out to .2 cents per page view).