The last few weeks I've been spending a lot of time on a top-secret project and professional development-type things, so there hasn't been too much to discuss in research notes. The good news, though, is that (I believe) data collection is completed for the third experiment of my dissertation. We have 64 subjects, evenly balanced in terms of counterbalancing condition.
I've not done much in the way of analysis on these data but one thing I'm looking at is whether the general pattern of results replicate what I've discussed in earlier places. So far it looks as if this is the case, which is good to see.
(A few seconds ago I refreshed my Twitter page to see that a USA Today post is out about a recent study techniques review. Strangely, no link to the original article is included. I can't find one either in a few minutes of searching.)
One thing I've been working on in free time is the Data Science specialization track offered through Coursera and Johns Hopkins. You might find it interesting, too.
Hope to have interesting things here myself over the next few days.