I'm a PhD student and graduate teaching assistant in Psychology at Lancaster University. I'm studying how conceptual processing is supported by linguistic and 'embodied' brain systems. My interests extend to statistics, open science and programming.
My methods include behavioural and electroencephalographic experiments, as well as corpus analysis. Further details of my experience below.
General Project management; research design, analysis, and presentation; teaching; translation; customer service; advanced Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), Google Suite, audiovisual editing; websites (HTML and CSS).
Cognitive Science Electroencephalography, event-related potentials, transcranial brain stimulation, eye tracking, Internet-based testing, Brain Vision (Recorder and Analyzer), basic E-Prime and Presentation.
R Programming Collection/mining, preprocessing, analysis of (Big) data (language corpora, news and social media, through API or web scraping); statistics; visualization; Shiny-programmed, interactive visualizations online; Natural Language Processing (regular expressions, word frequency and sentiment analysis, topic modeling), basic Machine Learning. Examples of my work in R are available at https://osf.io/25u3x.
Statistics R and SPSS software. Mostly Frequentist and a bit of Bayesian statistics. Linear Mixed Effects models, Generalized Linear Model, AN(C)OVA, (multiple) regression, t-test, Chi-Square, correlation, Principal Component Analysis, equivalence testing.
Communication and Marketing Content writing, Search Engine Optimization and Marketing, online advertising (Adwords, Facebook Ads, field-specific sites), Trados translation software.
Business and Administration BI, Zendesk, Jira, Confluence, Asana.