Teaching & Invited Talks

Below are the teaching materials and presentations of talks and courses.

 
 
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Leiden University - Mathematical Institute - Alumni Day 2015

I gave a talk on the topic of "Life after the M.Sc. in Statistics: considerations of a Ph.D. candidate" for the Leiden University's Alumni Day 2015. 

The slides used in the talk can be found here while the R markdown code is hosted on Github.

Information about the M.Sc. course can be found here.


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Vrij Universiteit Amsterdam - Dept. of Experimental and Applied Psychology

I was invited to visit the Department of Experimental and Applied Psychology at the Vrij Universiteit Amsterdam, by Josh Tybur, to give a talk on "Populism: A critical analysis of its conceptualization, its current measurement and politico-psychological underpinnings" and teach a course on "Introduction to R & Statistics".

The course material can be found here. The R & R markdown code is hosted on Github.

Together with Yoel Inbar, we work on two projects, one related to a comparative analysis of disgust instruments; and another on developing a behavioral immune scale (BIS).


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Kent University - school of psychology

I was invited to visit the School of Psychology at the Kent University, by Robbie Sutton and Aleksandra Cichocka, to give a talk on "Populism: measurement issues and politico-psychological underpinnings in the Americas and Europe" and teach a introductory R course & applied statistics. 

The course material can be found here. The R & R markdown code is hosted on Github.