Beginning in Fall 2021, I am an assistant professor in the Psychology Department at The State University of New York-New Paltz. Where you can find me.
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.
Experimental Research Methods (PSY 511)
A graduate course on the design of manipulations and measurements for hypothesis testing.
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.
Please don't read more of my c.v. than you want to, whether organized chronologically or thematically.