Dr. Adam Teed presents his work at the Texas Universities' Educational Statistics And Psychometrics Alliance at SMU!


In March, Dr. Adam Teed presented a paper currently under review showing a series of null behavioral effects of oxytocin and vasopressin administration across a range of socioemotional tasks. More specifically, Dr. Teed described how he implemented equivalence and Bayesian hypothesis testing to examine the null effects. This was a very impressive invitation considering he was the only cognitive neuroscientist/non-statistician in the room.