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    Hi there, my name is Christian and I am a recovering neuroscientist. Last November, I left my position at the Stanford Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience Lab to pursue my own lines of research. These days, I divide my time between Toronto, Canada and Reno, Nevada, where I help run a small behavior modification shop called eBravium. My two main projects are ecarrot.it and shabam.io, both of which I am very excited to be a part of (for the moment, were are even funded by the NSF!). In addition to my R&D work, I like writing rap songs about science for kids of all ages, and visiting classrooms to teach kids about their remarkable brains.

Random Writing

When the devil hops on your bandwagon. July 20, 2014

Your mind is a machine that runs on big data. July 18, 2014

Psychoinformatics : A complementary curriculum for the science of human behavior. June 11, 2014

Ways in which the Open Science movement is like Occupy Wall Street. May 28, 2014

Thoughts from a nobody on the whole 'replication bullying' thing. May 25, 2014