Dealing with Rejection

If there is one thing academics need to get used to very quickly it's rejection. I've had a multitude of papers rejected, I've had several grants (large and small) rejected, and I even once had a conference submission rejected (yep - it CAN happen). There's no other way to say it: rejection hurts.  It's difficult—sometimes it feels … Continue reading Dealing with Rejection


On the diversity of response time trimming methods

Below I outline an argument for moving towards a clearer, more objective, way to trim response times. I first discuss the importance of response time trimming, and then outline various methods commonly used by researchers. I then quantify the diversity of these methods by reviewing 3 years of articles from two prominent cognitive psychology journals, and … Continue reading On the diversity of response time trimming methods