I hold a PhD in Psychology specializing in Behavioral Neuroscience. In my training, I discovered a passion for teaching, and I have pursued several avenues to ensure college level academics maintains a significant component of my professional development though teaching courses, laboratories, or mentoring students. I have taught Introductory Psychology and Psychobiology courses, as well as an Occupational Therapy lab. I have over 8 years experience with data management and analyses using ... [more]
As a Psychology PhD, understanding the relation between variables in behavior requires an understanding of statistics. We use statistics to test our hypotheses, and I have many years conducting a variety of statistical analyses in peer-reviewed publications and mentoring students as they navigate their own data.
I have a PhD in Psychology with a specialization in Behavioral Neuroscience. I have taught several years of Introductory Psychology and Psychobiology courses, given invited special topics lectures, and before that was a graduate teaching assistant for 3 years in a number of psychology courses.
As a psychology PhD, my primary statistical analysis platform is SPSS. I have several years experience teaching and using SPSS to conduct and interpret univariate, bivariate, and multivariate analyses.
I hold a PhD in Psychology specializing in biopsychology and behavioral neuroscience. My research involves analyses of psychophysiological and behavioral factors to understand how organisms respond to challenge. I have over 8 years experience using univariate, bivariate, and multivariate statistical techniques.
In my training, I have used Microsoft Outlook to create email groups, schedule meetings (using room and video conference schedulers with polling plug-ins), sync calendars across groups, and manage task lists.