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Hi there 👋


On Github:

Course Websites:

  • I taught Introduction to Cognitive Psychology in the summer of 2019 at Duke University. The repository of materials is forked here & the site is

  • As part of my Bass Digital Education Fellowship at Duke University, I am developing a course on Introductory Programming for Online Social Science Experiments. The repository is actually an organization ( so that in the future, anyone can join & update the material. That way, the class will be community-driven and hopefully long lasting!


  • I also have a repository for my website, However, that's private, since I figured no one wants to get updates in their feed when I need to make a few quick changes.


  • Brenda Yang and I also co-mentored Taylor Albus as he used React.js to develop the web application, Mindset Mapper (, See the forked Github repository mindsetmap.


That's all you'll find here on Github & elsewhere from me!

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Popular repositories

  1. In press at Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition (open access:

    Jupyter Notebook 1

  2. Published at Psychonomic Bulletin & Review:

    Jupyter Notebook

  3. Published at Biological Psychology (open source:

  4. Published at Frontiers in Psychology - Cognition (


  5. Published at Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance (open access:

    Jupyter Notebook

  6. Forked from cogpsychduke2019/

    PSY102: Introduction to Cognitive Psychology


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