The 100% CI
We are the 100%, bound by a shared passion for horrible puns and improving our inferences through scientific openness and meta science.
Anne is a PhD student at TU Eindhoven. Her research interests have gradually shifted from developmental psychology to meta science as a function of realising the extent of fucked-ness of the field (infant imitation will always remain her secret love though). She used to have a spirit animal but it left in protest after a fierce Beatles vs Stones discussion could not be resolved peacefully.
Ruben is a postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Adaptive Rationality at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin. He’s interested in the evolutionary genetics of why people differ, and has worked on paternal age effects, and ovulatory cycle shifts. He also wrote software to make survey research more reproducible. He is Jake the Dog’s spirit human.
Malte is a behavioral psychologist and assistant professor of Psychology of Human Technology Interaction at Ruhr University Bochum. He studies human learning in various contexts, such as the contingencies of behaviors in academic research (meta science), and human interaction with & effects of technology. He likes hats. His spirit animal is the unicorn.
Julia is a third-year PhD student at the Max Planck Research School on the Life Course, the German Institute for Economic Research, and the University of Leipzig, as well as a computer science undergrad at the University of Hagen. She’s into personality psychology, running, large data sets, and baking. Her spirit animal is James Heathers.