I’m currently a Lecturer at the University of Toronto and I’ve previously been a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. I recently finished my PhD in Philosophy at The University of Toronto.
Some of my work about the methodology of psychology, attention, and consciousness has been published in Journal of Consciousness Studies, and some of it is forthcoming in Theory & Psychology. Click on “Research” above for additional abstracts and papers.
I’m also on PhilPeople:
April 2019: “William James on the duration of judgment and the nature of consciousness”. American Philosophical Association – Pacific Division.
Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy.
April 2019: “Teaching at the intersection of philosophy and science”
American Philosophical Association – Pacific Division.
July 2019: “Disunity in the scientific study of romantic love”.
Society for Philosophy and Psychology.