Welcome to my academic website. I am currently an adjunct professor of Psychology at Mount Mary University in Milwaukee, WI. I completed my Ph.D. at the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2016. I studied cognitive psychology in the Cognition, Perception, and Cognitive Neuroscience (CPCN) program, specifically studying reasoning and thinking in two ways: (1) the role of conflict detection in dual process thinking and (2) the individual differences within the phenomenon. My advisor was Dr. Russell Revlin.
I previously studied under Dr. Abraham M. Rutchick at California State University, Northridge, receiving my Master of Arts (MA) degree in Experimental Psychology in May 2011.
My research interest and publications span areas of cognitive and social psychology and are primarily concerned with studying human biases; take a look to see what I am working on.
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