The majority of the people who I tweet with or who I know are well-versed in thinking up, proposing and completing a study. This won't really be too interesting to them. This might go unnoticed, but I figure it's a good way to document what
It's a weird day off since I go back to work tomorrow, but here are some things I ended up doing -- making me feel like my life isn't jam packed with research: 1) Slept in until the PM. Hell yes. 2) Read some papers.
Social dilemma games have been usually taught in terms of word problems to math classes, since many of them stem from game theory and a finite way to calculate a "good" strategy. In theory, the way we play these social dilemma games are how we
Dr. Geoffrey Miller of University of New Mexico tweeted the incendiary comment above on June 2nd around 2:30pm EST. Miller, an associate professor at UNM who is currently a visiting professor at New York University Stern School of Business, was quick to delete the tweet
Recently, Peter Aspinall and his associates had their participants walk through a green space, a shopping street, and a commercial district with some Emotiv EEG caps on. They found that there were benefits of walking through the green space as opposed to the busier areas,
Probably not the best picture of me, but it's the only one I could find that was relevant. Here's a more updated picture of me from Mother's Day: I was definitely blinking. Oh well. I was never one to be in front of