Research Area: Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience
My research efforts are aimed at fundamental questions concerning the nature of spatial perception, representation, and attentional processing on non-spatial thought, from a primarily behavioral (but also neuroscientific) perspective, with a present emphasis on reference frames (both spatial and non-spatial) and mathematical formalizations. I expect to reach Ph.D. candidacy this term (Spring 2014) and I am being supervised by Drs. Joe Lappin and Gordan Logan.
(Last Updated January 15, 2014)