Ph.D., Yale University
Understanding how minds function and malfunction requires synthesizing evidence from a wide range of disciplines, empirical methods, and approaches. I’m a generalist, interested in all aspects of Psychology and how they connect — including philosophical and scientific foundations. My early training involved lab work in Cognitive, Developmental, and Social Psychology, along with Animal Behavior, and Neuroscience, followed by a focus on human Visual Cognition. Currently I’m helping to develop and deploy curricula and educational resources that fit with Psychology properly understood as a natural science. I teach Statistics and lab components for Introduction to Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, and Research Methods.