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I am a Lecturer in the School of Psychology at Deakin University bridging I/O psychology and statistics.

I'm quite active on the Cognitive Sciences and Statistics Stack Exchanges.

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Sep
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the effect of irrelevant reading after study on memory consolidation?
Sep
24
revised Difference between forms of Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFIT) scale 3
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Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
23
revised How to test for malingering in criminals trying to deny capacity for criminal responsibility?
edited tags; edited title
Sep
20
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Why does munching sound unpleasant to most people?
Sep
19
comment Why does munching sound unpleasant to most people?
Just to be clear. Are you talking specifically about eating with your mouth open?
Sep
19
revised Why does munching sound unpleasant to most people?
edited title
Sep
19
comment How to better remember your dreams?
@kernorb comments are for comments. It sounds like you've provided an answer, so it's best to place such things in the "answer" box. By doing that site users can then vote on whether your answer is reasonable (i.e., does it provide evidence for its claims, etc.).
Sep
11
revised Is the SPAD-T textual analysis software still available?
added 135 characters in body
Sep
10
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Does learning too much useless information weaken my memory?
Sep
10
comment Optimal number of dimensions in multidimensional scaling
@LarryM Welcome to the site. Feel free to ask another question. To do this, ask a separate question by clicking "Ask question". If it is related to this question, then add a link to this question from your new question.
Sep
9
revised Is there any scientific literature on the “shower principle” (i.e., taking a break from a task leads to unexpected insights)?
edited body; edited title
Sep
9
comment Is there any scientific literature on the “shower principle” (i.e., taking a break from a task leads to unexpected insights)?
See also How is it that taking a break from a problem sometimes allows you to figure out the answer?
Sep
5
revised Are there any models of human cognition that do not depend on physicalism or materialism?
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Sep
3
revised How does the alpha brain wave frequency range distribute over the population?
edited title
Sep
1
answered Optimal number of dimensions in multidimensional scaling
Aug
27
awarded  Revival
Aug
27
answered Reproducible meta-analysis in psychology
Aug
26
revised How do humans learn to combine tasks?
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