I am a PhD candidate in the Early Childhood Cognition Lab and the Computational Cognitive Science group in the department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT. I am broadly interested in how we acquire and use abstract concepts to reason about complex events (such as social interactions). My research is funded by the Simons Center for the Social Brain and the Center for Brains, Minds & Machines. Click here to download my CV.
Bunny: A python package to compute an experiment's power through simulations.
Kiwi: A collection of Shiny apps to run common statistical procedures online. You can bootstrap confidence intervals, calculate partial correlations, and look at inter-rater reliability.
Design based on HTML5 UP