University of Sussex
- Open Science
- Statistical Methods
- Philosophical foundations of Cognitive Science
- Reproducible methods
- Research software development
I’m a cognitive scientist based at the University of Sussex. My work spans neuroscience, experimental psychology, and philosophy and I try to investigate problems at multiple levels and from multiple perspectives.
My work is particularly focused on the tools that cognitive scientists use. This includes the statistical and computational tools and the theoretical and conceptual tools. My work aims to not only better understand these tools, but also to improve them, and how they are used.
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