I’m a Cognitive Neuroscientist, with an interest in attention, child development, and data science. I am undertaking a PhD in Biological Science (Cognitive Neuroscience) at St Catharine’s College, University of Cambridge, with a studentship from the Templeton World Charity Foundation and the Medical Research Council.
I am a Developer for Cauldron.sc, a technical consultancy for behavioural web research. I primarily work on their Gorilla platform – which provides cloud-based behavioural research experiment design and hosting.
My current projects include: development of web-based and device-based cognitive tasks and apps for large-scale data collection, Eye tracking and Virtual Reality as an experimental tool.
Email: [email protected]
4 Tools for Improving Online Data Quality
It’s great that we can now collect data on fairly complex cognitive tasks online. However, often the data quality is relatively low. There are some ways in which you can improve engagement, and even explain some of the noise. Here I talk about 4 of them, giving examples of each. […]Read More
Gathering behavioural data online is an exciting method for experiments. I have spent a good deal of time trying to get some cognitive tasks, which would usually be done in the lab, to work on the unpredictable environment of the internet. The tasks you can play below were developed to […]Read More
First Jupyter/IPython notebook!