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Zach Shipstead, PhD.
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
I am a research scientist who specializes in human data. My career focuses on individual differences: People differ in their cognitive abilities (memory, attention, problem solving), and these differences correlate to many real world tendencies and behaviors.
If you're learning to do stats in R (or simply can't remember certain things) please check my quick-reference guide in the above menu.
If you'd like to access some of my old datasets for replications, new models, or practice, check the "download data" app below. You can find the associated publications via the Google Scholar link.
GitHub (Includes data transformation examples)
Shiny Apps for Performing Statistical Tests
(Upload .csv file or use sample data included in the app.)
* eyeBall R package for examination of data, prior to processing (early version)
* Predicting the People Who Override Gut-Reactions: A Logistic Regression Analysis of Working Memory Capacity and Cognitive Reflection Test Performance
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