1. My main research interest is in masked priming, and all the weird and wonderful things that go on inside our heads without us having any awareness of them.
2. A close second is the software package called DMASTR that controls all our experiments. I originally wrote the code in assembly language for a PDP-11 running under RT-11 back in 1975, and it enabled us to run four separate labs asynchronously. Then it was ported to PCs running under DOS. More recently it has blossomed into a Windows version called DMDX under the careful supervision and attention of my son Jonathan, who is a Good Programmer.
3. Golf is a passionate but dispiriting pursuit of mine. No matter how terrible the round, next week I'm raring to go. It must have something in common with fishing, a pursuit that I've never understood. At the moment, I'm having trouble with putting.