The Ohio State University
By training I am a quantitative psychologist as well as cognitive modeler. My research is on developing methodology for modeling research in psychology. This includes analysis tools for understanding how and why computational models predict certain data patterns, and methods for optimizing experimental design to maximize inferences from quality data. I have published articles in Psychological Review, Cognitive Science, Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, Journal of Mathematical Psychology, etc. I am also an enthusiastic teacher of research methods and statistics, including both traditional and modern approaches to analyzing data in survey and experimental settings. For more information, visit my lab website.