After 3 years and 3 months of reading, collecting data, writing, and writing some more I have submitted my thesis!
My latest research article has been featured on Sydney Uni news.
My new paper on heart rate variability and alcohol craving has just come online.
You can access it here.
My new review paper is open access so everyone can read it here
You can download the PDF of the paper directly here
Last week I had the opportunity to present my research at the Australian Association for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AACBT) conference in Queensland, Australia.
I’ve put the slides up from the presentation on Slideshare here.
A randomised-controlled trial of biofeedback on performance anxiety I co-authored has just been published in PLoS One.
You can read it here.
I recently had a paper published on intranasal oxytocin administration and heart rate variability. It’s in PLoS ONE so anyone can access the paper here.
Read on for the abstract…
Even though IBM has just launched SPSS v21 I still use SPSS v18. Why? Well as far as I know this was the last version that allowed you to purchase a 5 year license - since version 19 you are only able to purchase a 1 year licence, which is a poor move if you ask me.
Being that Apple nerd that I am I would have normally bought Mountain Lion the day of release but I hesitated wondering if SPSS 18 would work in this new operating system. Information on compatibility was hard to find on the SPSS support site (no surprises there) so I was in the dark.
After finally taking the plunge I’m happy to report that SPSS 18 DOES appear to be compatible with Mountain Lion.
To be up and running you’ll only need to do two things;
- Get a Java update (which you will get prompted to do when you first launch SPSS).
- Reenter your license in the authorisation wizard.
After doing these two things you should be good to go.
I recently had a letter to the editor published in European Journal of Applied Physiology in response to a paper by Wallen and colleagues that concluded that traditional ECGs should be used should be used for both gathering and editing HRV data in lieu of Polar monitors.
You can find the letter here.