I am a cognitive psychologist who studies human attention. I'm interested in the limits of attention, how our memory shapes our attention, and how our attention is modulated by our environmental context. I conduct my research using both theoretical and human factors approaches. For example, I'm currently exploring how performance on attention-demanding tasks can be impacted by technology and certain physiological states, and how observed performance decrements can be prevented.
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