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.