As a cognitive psychologist, my professional interests lie in attention, implicit processes, and word recognition. These interests have led to my involvement in a variety of projects ranging from the examination of physiological correlates of recognition to theories of orthographic processing to the implicit guidance of behavior in human-computer interactions (more). In the classroom, I have had the opportunity to teach a variety of psychology courses (more). Although cognition, research methods, and psychology of language are my favorite content areas, I am generally fascinated by the exploration of human thought and behavior.
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