May 2022: The ODDS Database was featured by the Psychonomic Society! Check out the blog post!
March 2022: Our new anomaly-search scene stimuli database, the ODDS Database, was published on Behavior Research Methods!
You can download the database from OSF.
June 2021: Our paper on prospective memory and attention was accepted for publication at Memory & Cognition!
December 2020: Our research on the development of expertise in visual search has been accepted for publication at CR:PI !
May 2020: Our research on incidental memories during visual search has been accepted for publication at Memory & Cognition!
I am an assistant professor at the Psychology Department in Rollins College, where I teach courses on general psychology, human memory, sensation and perception, and research methods. My research focuses on examining the interaction between attention and memory. Using a wide range of experimental techniques, including eye-tracking, mouse-tracking, and pupillometry, I investigate the cognitive processes involved in recognition and prospective memory, decision-making, and visual search.