My research involves experiments on human beings guided by computational models. Research areas include working memory and episodic memory (particularly for order and time); modelling of decision making; categorisation; investigation and analysis of serial correlations (1/f noise) in human cognition; and model selection issues.
I completed a PhD at the University of Western Australia (under the supervision of Stephan Lewandowsky) before spending two years in the Ratcliff lab at Northwestern University. I moved to Bristol as a lecturer in 2003. My past and present collaborators include Steve Lewandowsky, Klaus Oberauer, Chris Jarrold, Casimir Ludwig, Iain Gilchrist, Eric-Jan Wagenmakers and Roger Ratcliff.
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