My PhD (2019-2022) research focused on two areas: neuroscience (forensic brainwave analysis) and cognitive psychology (memory suppression with the Think/No-Think paradigm). I also integrated research from both these areas completing a cognitive neuroscience project (details in Research section).
I am a lecturer and course coordinator of a third year research methods and statistics course in the School of Psychology at the University of Canterbury. Over the past four years, I have taught in to statistics, research methods, cognitive psychology, and forensic psychology (read more).
I advocate for Open Science, Pre-registration, and psychological research reform movements.
I can confidently operate various statistical software (e.g., SPSS, Statistica, Jamovi, and Excel) and have been currently gaining expertise in EEGLab, R, Python, and Matlab.