This site hosts Automated Integrative Complexity, a computerized framework to rapidly code Integrative Complexity.
The system was originally developed by Professor Lucian Gideon Conway III (PhD) and Kathrene R. Conway at the University of Montana, and moved to an online platform by Caleb Buxton.
The only qualifications for academic users are: that you have an institutional affiliation; and, should you publish something that includes data generated by the Automated Integrative Complexity system, that you cite the following two papers which formally introduced AutoIC to the academic research community:
- Conway, L. G., III, Conway, K. R., Gornick, L. J., & Houck, S. C. (2014). Automated integrative complexity. Political Psychology, 35, 603-624. DOI:10.1111/pops.12021
- Houck, S. C., Conway, L. G., III, & Gornick, L. J. (2014). Automated integrative complexity: Current challenges and future directions. Political Psychology, 35, 647-659. DOI:10.1111/pops.12209
- Conway, L. G., III, Conway, K. R., & Houck, S. C. (2020). Validating Automated Integrative Complexity: Natural language processing and the Donald Trump test. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 8, 504-524.
To begin, select one of the following user types: