## Assorted Talks

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- Science, statistics, and the problem of pretty good inference. Aarhus Open Science Workshop, March 2019
*Tidyverse for beginners*. RLadies Sydney workshop, UNSW August 2018 slides.com, github, blog post
- R for psychological science? useR! conference (keynote speaker), Brisbane, July 2018 slides.com youtube
- Aversion to option loss in a restless bandit task ALG 2018, Katoomba, July 2018 slides.com
- How I use R R-Ladies Sydney “pre-launch”, UNSW, May 2018 pptx
- Bayesian models of forensic handwriting expertise EPC talk, Hobart, April 2018 pptx
- Extensional and intensional reasoning in the conjunction fallacy AMPC talk, Perth, February 2018
- Modeling pragmatic reasoning in associative learning, USyd learning group talk, November 2017
- Bayesian models of forensic handwriting expertise (restricted) UNSW stats central talk, September 2017
- Flexible experiments in the browser. UNSW CCS lab talk, September 2017
- Bayesian data analysis using JASP. UNSW forensic lab talk, August 2017
- When extremists win. CogSci talk, London, July 2017
- Pragmatics, probabilities & psychologists. Colloquium, Newcastle, June 2017
- None of the above. EPC talk, Newcastle, April 2017
- Deceived by data or savvy about statistics?. Colloquium, Adelaide, April 2017
- When extremists win. AMPC talk, Brisbane, February 2017
- Learning the structure of an explore-exploit dilemma. Neural Basis of Decision-Making, UNSW, December 2016
- On the origins of data. Colloquium, UNSW, April 2016
- On the origins of data. Colloquium, Melbourne Uni, April 2016
- What’s a Bayesian good for?. EPC talk, Melbourne, April 2016
- On the origins of data. Colloquium, Newcastle Uni, May 2015