How do we make decisions?
Why do we sometimes make mistakes?
How well do we know our own minds?
My research addresses these kind of questions. I use a combination of psychophysics, eye tracking, brain stimulation, brain imaging and computational models to understand the neural and mental architecture of perception, decision-making and awareness. I have a particular interest in extending mathematical models of the decision process (including signal detection theoretic and neuroeconomic approaches) to understand the workings of the human mind.
Please check out my research page for more details!