I’m an ABD doctoral student I just finished my PhD in Psychology (subfield: cognitive science) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison in the Department of Psychology. My advisor was Tim Rogers and I worked in the Knowledge and Concepts Lab.
I was fortunate to work on many interesting projects in grad school, including: exploring the conceptual representation of number and fraction knowledge, how practice experiences influence learning and transfer in mathematics, and investigating at the limits and benefits of using corpus-based representations for predicting human semantic knowledge. For more details, please see the research page.
Right now I’m excited to see what’s next in the post-PhD life. Feel free to check out my page on LinkedIn to discuss opportunities or to get in touch.