Working as a research assistant for Prof. Marsha Lovett, I programmed an E-Prime experiment to measure millisecond-level reaction time differences in a strategy experiment. The results are reported in:

Lovett, M. C. (2005). A Strategy-Based Interpretation of Stroop. Cognitive Science, 29(3), 493–524. doi:10.1207/s15516709cog0000_24

  • completed human subjects/ethics training course
  • prototyped, researched initial implementation of experiment
  • rapidly learned new domain-specific programming language (E-Prime)
  • programmed experiment from scratch according to research parameters
  • personally administered experiment to many participants
  • managed data generated by experiment, prepared for analysis

This article was originally written June 1, 2013.