As of August 2021, I have joined the doctoral program in cognitive psychology at Carnegie Mellon University. I am a member of the LearnLab and the OAK Lab of the Human-Computer Interaction Institute and my research focuses on the acquisition of relational rules.

Relations, as widespread and important as they are, require a multi-faceted method of investigation. I do so by applying computational models of learning to the experimental behavior of adults, children, and non-human primates alike.

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