My name is Don van Ravenzwaaij and I am a Professor at the Psychometrics and Statistics Department of Psychology at the University of Groningen. In 2018, I was awarded an NWO Vidi grant (a 5-year fellowship) for improving the evaluation of statistical evidence in the field of biomedicine. My research interests can roughly be divided in two main strands (for details, see my Papers):
The first pillar of my research is about proper use of statistical inference in science. This work includes, but is not limited to, promoting the use of Bayesian statistics, advocating preregistration of experiments, conducting replications, developing the statistics to test replications, and developing flexible decision criteria in statistical inference. Two blog-posts of mine on the problems with conventional statistical inference can be found here and here.
The second pillar of my research is about the advancement and application of response time models to speeded decision making. This work involves both theoretical and applied work in the fields of mathematical psychology, statistics, neuro-physiology, intelligence research, social psychology, psychopharmacology, and clinical psychology.