Lisa DeBruine is a Professor in Psychology at the University of Glasgow.
She leads the Face Research Lab
and her research interests include the links between human facial resemblance and kinship, the behavioural immune system and how pathogens influence mating and social behaviours, and meta-science. You can learn more about Lisa’s background, research interests and other activities here and here.
Lisa’s main areas of interest for presenting are tools for open science, team science (particularly Psychological Science Accelerator), data simulation, workshops on computational skills including R, Tidyverse, GitHub, and making websites. Several materials and tutorials on R are available on Lisa’s GitHub website, and example presentations on open science are available here.
@LisaDeBruine on Twitter