Edwin S. Dalmaijer, Ph.D., is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the University of Bristol, United Kingdom.
Dalmaijer read for a DPhil (Ph.D.) in Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford, and then spent four years as Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Cambridge. He currently works as a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the University of Bristol.
His research interests are best summarized as the quantitative exploration of development, both within individuals and in populations. Broadly, he investigates how affective and cognitive faculties impact each other, and how they are affected by the environment. He triangulates problems with narrowly focused experiments aided by computational models of behavior, machine learning to find complex patterns in large secondary datasets, and agent-based population simulations.
In addition to his research, Dalmaijer develops software and teaches others how to code. He wrote a popular textbook on Python programming, Python for Experimental Psychologists, and has taught numerous workshops and courses on Python and on statistics.
You can visit his university webpage here.
You can visit his personal webpage here.