Geoff Cumming is an EmeritusaProfessor in the School of Psychological Science at La Trobe University in Melbourne,aAustralia. aHe has taught statistics for more than 40 years at every level from introductory to advanced, and at undergraduate and graduate levels.aHe has published numerous journal articles about teaching statistics. aHis research focuses on statistical cognition--the study of how students and researchers understand statistical concepts and how they interpret differentaways to present results. aHe has also studied how statistical reform has been advocated and thwarted. aHe is frequently invited to give his highly successful workshop on the new statistics using his ESCI software at the American Psychological Association's Annual Convention.a A Rhodes Scholar, heareceived his Doctorate degree in experimental psychology from Oxford University.