Researcher biography

My research sits at the intersection of organisational and cognitive psychology. My main areas of interest are motivation, decision making, and performance. A core aim is understanding how people navigate dynamic, complex, and uncertain environments. Much of this research aims to uncover the general principles at the core of these processes. Other aspects of the research focus on practical problems such as understanding how people respond to climate change. I am also interested in research methods, in particular formal/computational modelling and Bayesian statistics. My aim is to develop and promote the methodological tools that enable people to conduct more rigorous and replicable research.