My main research areas are philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science, and philosophy of biology. I’m especially interested in animal cognition, perception, memory, consciousness, and the evolution of the mind. Other research interests include the ethics of human-animal interactions, artificial intelligence, and the psychology of moral decision-making.
Consciousness, Perception, and Short-Term Memory (Doctoral Thesis)
Conceptual Short-Term Memory: A Missing Part of the Mind? (forthcoming in the Journal of Consciousness Studies)
The Lower Bounds of Desire (joint winner of Fifth Annual Essay Prize at the Centre for Philosophical Psychology)
Survival, Extinction, and The Future of Humanity (thesis plan; joint winner of the the Oxford Future of Humanity Institute Thesis Prize Competition)
CSTM: A Missing Part of the Mind (presentation for the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, June 2015)
Conceptual short-term memory and the richness of experience (presentation for the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, July 2015)
Canon, fan-fiction, and imaginary worlds – a philosophical perspective (presentation for the April 2015 Thinking Serially conference hosted by the CUNY Graduate Center)