My PhD research and interests lie in the areas of representation of uncertainty, learning, decision making and particularly how our reward structure might be represented in order to be able to compare alternatives and make choices. I have carried out some additional work on aesthetics, colour and eye movements.
I began my PhD in 2008 following a joint honours degree in Psychology and Philosophy, also at Bristol. My third year project, supervised by Prof. Tom Troscianko, investigated natural aesthetics using sunset scenes, subjective judgements and eye movements. Prior to studying at Bristol I spent 20 years in the software industry in positions from programmer to Technical Director/CTO.
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