As a PhD student in cognitive neuroscience at UCLA, I study how brains think, learn, and use language. And I enjoy helping people enhance these brainy skills! I have been teaching for 16 years, in 2 countries and 3 states. I specialize in the following topics: - English as a Second Language (ESL) - Psychology (intro courses, research projects/papers) - Neuroscience (experimental design, functional and structural MRI techniques) - Statistics (basics, probability, GLM, correlation/regression,... [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.