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Occasionally blogging musings, often around cognition and how it sits within a scientific and social context. When I’m not working on these words, they sit here, and when I am working on them, they change.

Blogging with Quarto

August 25th, 2022 - Quick tips on setting up a quarto blog using R Studio.

Getting back into the groove and teaching cognition

August 23rd, 2022 - It’s been summer time and another semester begins in a couple days. I’m blogging to get words flowing as I polish my syllabus and reflect on goals for this academic year.

Making fonts

July 7th, 2022 - Notes on making custom fonts and using them on the web.

A reading list on eugenics

June 28th, 2022 - This is an annotated bibliography for books I am reading on eugenics and its connections to psychology and society.

Writing annotated bibliographies with R Markdown

June 28th, 2022 - Trying out ways to write annotated bibliographies in R Markdown.

Brief notes on the cheating behavior literature

May 26th, 2022: some notes

Teaching with multiple warp zones: Increasing engagement with assignment choice

May 20th, 2022 - Some thoughts on how I implemented loads of assignment choice in my intro to cognition course this semester.

Customizing a publication list with R Markdown

May 19th, 2022 - Notes on creating a customizable list of publications for an academic website using R markdown, .bib files, and other fun stuff.

Blogging with pkgdown?

May 17th, 2022 - An attempt to blog with pkgdown, including notes to self about how I did this. It was succesful enough that I’m using pkgdown for this blog.

Older Posts

Attempting to migrate older posts from my previous blog format to this location

Learning to code for Ornament and Crime Hemisphere suite

Some notes on coding for the open-source eurorack module called Ornament and Crime

Reading the Journal of Black Psychology

July 2th, 2020: Reading the Journal of Black Psychology from the beginning, and writing about it here.

The Eugenic Mind Project

July 7th, 2020: I’m reading the Eugenic Mind Project by R. A. Wilson, and making notes here.

Psychology and Eugenics connections

July 13th, 2020: Making notes and connecting dots about the pervasiveness of eugenics ideology among psychologists

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