In reverse chronological order:
- Summer 2020 - COGS 14B: Introduction to Statistical Analysis
Classes I’ve been a TA for:
- COGS 101B: Learning, Memory, and Attention (Winter 2021)
- COGS 14B: Introduction to Statistical Analysis (Fall 2020, Winter 2020)
- COGS 14A: Introduction to Research Methods (Winter 2018)
- COGS 100: Cyborgs Now and in the Future (Fall 2017)
- COGS 101C: Language (Spring 2017)
- COGS 3: Introduction to Computer (Winter 2017)
One of my favorite parts of being in science is mentoring students who want to learn more about research. Most recently, I served on the Honors Thesis committee for Alex Liebscher, who investigated whether metaphors we use to describe experiences with cancer affect charitable donations; his honors paper can be found here.
In Spring 2019, Pamela Rivière and I organized a course and speaker series called: Data Practices (in the 21st century). The course featured speakers from a number of departments, including: Anthropology, Computer Science and Engineering, and History. The syllabus can be found here.
For the past two academic years (2019-2020, 2020-present), I’ve also served as the Statistics in R Methods TA for the Cognitive Science department. I’ve written a number of statistics tutorials, mostly in R.