Since Fall 2021, I have been an assistant professor in the Psychology Department at The State University of New York-New Paltz. Where you can find me. Info about office hours here.
Psychology of Perception (PSY 352--formerly 305)
An undergraduate course on psychological experience of and response to information about the world and about how we move within it.
Psychology Research Methods (PSY 301)
An undergraduate course on the design of manipulations and measurements for hypothesis testing.
Experimental Research Methods (PSY 511)
A graduate course on the design of manipulations and measurements for hypothesis testing.
Cognitive Processes (PSY 560)
A graduate course on the psychological science about the expectations we use to reason through what we see and how we interact with the world around us.
Research: How the way we move supports how we perceive and think about the world around us
My motivating research themes organize an approach I like to summarize as "How could a milkshake act like a computer!?"
I am indebted to student collaborators and collaborators elsewhere.
Reading can be tedious, so if you wanted, you can find me talking about research online.
Please don't read more of my c.v. than you want to, whether organized chronologically or thematically.