Hello there! I’m Matthew B. Jané - I’m a PhD student in Quantitative Psychology at the University of Connecticut. My research involves developing statistical methods and software to aide in meta-analysis and evidence synthesis. Specifically, my current research projects focus on correcting bias in effect size estimates caused by statistical artifacts. My advisor is Dr. Blair T. Johnson and I am a member of the Systematic Health Action Research Program (SHARP). I am also on the editorial board for Psychological Bulletin as a methodological reviewer.