Airport chaos, programming in a convent, Aperol as a stress-reliever and a catholic promise to be paid – QHELP Seminar in Padova

It all started out with a new email in my inbox: a call for applications for a week-long seminar of quantitative methods in Psychology that would take place in Padova, Italy. Students with all levels of acquaintance with R (a programming language for statistical computing), from all academic levels in the field of Psychology (from … Continue reading Airport chaos, programming in a convent, Aperol as a stress-reliever and a catholic promise to be paid – QHELP Seminar in Padova

Techno, Drugs, Drags, Churches, Monuments and Street art – a Berliner Medley

My bookshelf is overpacked. Every new book I buy represents the challenge of making it fit among the others, a nearly impossible mission. And here I am, wishing I had played more Tetris when I was younger, trying to squeeze in another book on the shelf. This shelf is very special to me, as it … Continue reading Techno, Drugs, Drags, Churches, Monuments and Street art – a Berliner Medley