Professor of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences


I study how people think: how we reason, make decisions, and form attitudes and beliefs. Most of the work in my lab involves experiments asking adults to think about events and report their conclusions and preferences. My perspective has been shaped by observing how people respond to political events, by philosophy, and by computational models of how people process information. To find out more, visit my lab website here.

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