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Please join the weekly CogPsy meeting and weekly lab meeting (ask Anne for access to lab calendar), and feel free to suggest topics/papers.

For Bachelor/Master student projects, I normally start with meetings on demand: when you either get stuck or have something to show me (one of these should happen every few weeks), book a meeting through Calendly and send me a short description beforehand. For longer projects (PhD/postdoc), we’ll start with regular meetings (e.g. once a week, once every two weeks). Talk to me and find out what works for you.

Before our meetings, fill out this template to help us structure our discussion. Afterwards, email the action points we agreed on. Most meetings shouldn’t be longer than 45 minutes to an hour; but of course if we need more time/relaxed atmosphere, let me know.

Lab culture, mentorship and supervision

I’d like to implement several practices that minimize errors: keeping a detailed log of decisions about each project; following checklists for data collection; a ‘code buddy’ who reruns all the analyses using the same data with a new pipeline before submission; being open about the errors we all make; following checklists for data collection. In addition, before we submit a preprint I should be able to reproduce your figures, with your publicly available data and code.

Mentoring agreement

With each lab member who’s here for more than a few months, we’ll draft a mentoring agreement that is evaluated at least every year.

I expect you to:

I aspire and promise to:

Mentoring up - resources