My advisor is professor Tim Rogers. Generally speaking, my research intersects semantic knowledge, learning, numerical cognition, and language.
I’m funded by an ITP Fellowship, which supports my interests in bridging the gap between academic research and real-world settings. I strongly believe that experimental behavioral research can benefit from adaptation into applied contexts, and the recent replication concerns in psychology suggest that these translational efforts are needed now more than ever.
Recent projects include: exploring the role of expertise in math knowledge, how practice experiences influence learning and transfer, and looking at the limits and benefits of using corpus-based semantic representations for predicting human semantic knowledge. For more details, please see the research page.
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Department of Psychology
1202 West Johnson Street
Madison WI 53706-1696
Fax: (608) 262-4029