My research is in the philosophy of mind, broadly construed. While most recent work in this area has focused on conscious mental states, many of my projects explore not only the character and content of conscious experience, but also the nature of the unconscious mind. These interests are not unconnected, however: the extent of the unconscious has ramifications for our understanding of consciousness itself.

 

I am additionally fascinated by how insights about the mind can inform inquiry in other domains such as aesthetics and ethics. My methodology is interdisciplinary, regularly engaging experimental results from psychology, neuroscience, and other fields within cognitive science. As I favor a scientific approach, I often collaborate with researchers in philosophy and other disciplines.

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