I am a Professor in the School of Experimental Psychology at the University of Bristol. My research involves experiments on human beings guided by computational models. Research areas include working memory and episodic memory (particularly for order and time) and modelling of decision making.
My past and present collaborators include Steve Lewandowsky, Klaus Oberauer, Chris Jarrold, Casimir Ludwig, Iain Gilchrist, Eric-Jan Wagenmakers and Roger Ratcliff. I (co)supervise some great PhD students including Alice Mason, Beki Floyd, and Adnane Ez-Zizi.
I am an Associate Editor for the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.
I currently teach about experimental methods (1st year), the psychology of science (3rd year), memory (2nd year), and statistics (MSc). In previous years I have also taught cognitive modelling (3rd year), neuropsychology (MSc), and psychology of language (MSc).