Hometown: Seattle, WA
May 14, 2014
I recognize that in the study of human behavior it is becoming increasingly beneficial to draw from sources of data that are not available with traditional psychology methods. I've also always had a strong interest in programming, and I have had a lot of fun so far looking into how open data sources can be used to answer questions about behavior.
I am an evolutionary psychology Ph.D. student based at the University of New Mexico, living in NYC. I study individual differences in cognitive ability and motor timing precision as part of a program of research to test hypotheses about the possible evolved functions of human musical capacities.
Recent evolutionary psychology Ph.D. working on data analysis skills and Python.