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Last semester, I served as a biostats consultant for a research project at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. In this role I helped to analyze an experiment examining a new potential policy aimed at reconciling two conflicting political groups, along with the policy’s relationship with mental health symptoms. I've consulted for Irrational Games, where I provided recommendations for a research design and generated research reports based on the collected data.
I've been using excel for about 10 years. I love it!
I have a Ph.D. in this discipline, but I specialize in emotion and mood disorders.
I've given dozens of lectures, spoken at scientific conferences and defended my own research in front of crowds ranging from 5 to 200.
I have considerable experience in data analysis in SPSS, not only using it in my research but also teaching students how to use the program. For seven semesters, I was the teaching assistant for Research Methods in Clinical Psychology, an advanced undergraduate methods course. In this role I taught undergraduates how to critique studies, run statistical analyses in SPSS and report their results using Excel and PowerPoint.
I have a Ph.D. in psychology and I'm very familiar with the research behind study skills and mnemonic devices. As a teaching assistant, I routinely helped my students with their study skills and brought up hundreds of students' grades from C and Bs to As.