Welcome – about me
My bio and research
I am currently based at the Memory and Imagination in Neurological Disorders (MIND) group led by Professor Muireann Irish at the Brain and Mind Centre, the University of Sydney, as well as the University of Sydney School of Psychology. I am also affiliated with the Harvard University Department of Psychology, with the Schacter Memory Lab where I was an NHMRC CJ Martin Early Career Fellow.
In my research I have done experimental, cross-sectional and longitudinal studies with diverse samples including undergraduate students, adult volunteers, young children, and chimpanzees, as well as with large epidemiological, economic, and national datasets. You can see a list of my published papers on the ‘publications’ page or on my Google Scholar profile.
- Subjective Time in Dementia – new paper
- Risks, real and imagined
- What is willpower?
- “It’s in the bag” – New paper in Evolutionary Human Sciences
- Article in Psyche magazine: Prioritising the present doesn’t mean you lack willpower