I am a Ph.D. student at UCLA in the topics of psychology and cognitive neuroscience. As a student and teacher, my passion for learning informs my love of teaching. For me, learning and teaching are two sides of the same page. If I have learned something well, I can teach it to others and help them learn it well. To teach something well, it's important for me to learn how the student thinks and learn how to improve my own teaching. My primary goals in tutoring are: 1) to keep you challenged ... [more]
For the last 6 years (at Duke University, and now at UCLA), I have been using SAS to perform data coding and statistical analyses for behavioral and neuroimaging experiments. Statistical analyses I have conducted using SAS include t-tests, GLM and ANOVA procedures, data reduction techniques (such as Principal Component Analysis or Factor Analysis), and regression procedures. I am a PhD student at UCLA, in the topics of Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience.