Supervisors: Prof Philip Smith, Dr Adam Osth
"Have you ever parked your car and totally forgotten where your spot was? Have you ever had the feeling of knowing something, but not how you know it? (Please say yes, these questions are meant to be relatable). The context in which memories are formed is called source memory, and it's what I'm interested in!
In more general terms, my research interest is in computational models of memory and decision-making. My aim in this field is to build a comprehensive model of peoples' performance in source memory tasks. When I'm not stressing about these goals, I'm likely hounding people to play board games or enjoying a good bowl of noodles."