Blog posts

  • Best reads of 2022

    Best reads of 2022

    As per tradition, here is the list of the most interesting things I read this year1. I don’t necessarily agree with all the arguments put forward but they made me think and encouraged a lot of valuable reflection. My aim for 2023 is to read more statistics and philosophy of science as politics dominated my […] Read more

  • Por qué deberias pensar de potencia estadística como una curva

    Por qué deberias pensar de potencia estadística como una curva

    Es común definir a la potencia estadística como ‘la probabilidad de rechazar correctamente la H0 cuando hay una asociación real’, donde H0 es la hipótesis nula, a menudo una asociación o tamaño del efecto de cero (Sham & Purcell, 2014). Está determinada por el tamaño del efecto que quieres encontrar 1, el tamaño de tu […] Read more

  • Why I started a TikTok account

    Why I started a TikTok account

    Like many, I have a complex relationship with social media. I enjoyed Facebook in my teens and twenties, loving it for the memes and as a way to chat with mates. Snapchat was fun but faded quickly. Twitter, on the other hand, was the social media platform that really grabbed me. I loved learning about […] Read more

  • Becoming the editor of an open access journal

    Becoming the editor of an open access journal

    An unexpected but very exciting opportunity has crossed my path: I am the new Editor of the Open Journal of Educational Psychology (OJEP)! I am keen to stay active in research and this is an excellent way to keep a foothold in academia. I do not have any prior experience as an Editor so I’m […] Read more

  • Best reads of 2021

    Best reads of 2021

    As usual, I wanted to share some of the things I really enjoyed in 2021. It’s mainly books and articles but there are a few podcasts thrown in for good measure1. My thesis took over the entirety of the first half of the year and then the summer was celebrating being able to spend time […] Read more

  • EP tools I use with children and young people

    EP tools I use with children and young people

    Working with children and young people is one of the best parts of being an EP. To reflect the wide range of CYP I work with, I try and use a number of different tools. It can sometimes be hard to pick up new ideas though, given how time poor a lot of EPs are. […] Read more