The show goes on…

I officially know what it feels like to be a robot. Over the past month and a half I have been continuing to process and analyze my data, going through the process of adding channel locations to each subject, then removing bad channels and those pesky data artifacts caused by blinks and horizontal eye movements.…
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The Beginning of the End

Fellow seniors, we are now on the downhill slope of our last year at the college, and let me be the first to say, it’s freaking me out! By now, most people have been accepted to a school, found a job, or have turned in their tall stack of applications and are patiently (or not…
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November Updates

I have now reached 50 subjects and I have also begun some preliminary analyses to ensure that my task is measuring what it’s supposed to measure, and as of now, it all looks great!



SONA is the best thing since the invention of computers. Since the experiment is now up and running, it is wonderful to have a constant stream of participants coming into the lab. No experiment is without its problems though. We have already had supply issues and data complications, but overall, it is going really well!…
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September 2011

The experiment has been programmed, it has gotten approval from the Institutional Review Board (IRB), and pilot data has been recorded and analyzed. Now for the fun part, the data acquisition phase! For the rest of the semester, any Psych 201 or 202 student is fair game to donate their brainwaves to psychology. This is…
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