I’m a cognitive psychologist based in Patrick Haggard’s Action and Body Lab at the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. I’m interested in decision-making and reasoning, and in particular how they unfold over time. At the Haggard Lab, I use EEG and computational modelling to explore the neural processes that underlie voluntary or “free” actions. I’ve previously worked at the University of London Institute of Philosophy, where I studied metacognitive awareness and communication of sensory experiences and ran a number of public outreach events with Ophelia Deroy and Barry Smith. Before that, I worked with Nicholas Shea and Chris Frith at the Institute of Philosophy, studying conscious awareness in learning and decision making. I completed my PhD at Queen’s University Belfast, working with Aidan Feeney and Jonathan Rolison on conflict in high-level reasoning.