I am professor and chair of the philosophy department of the the University of Akron. I have a B.A. in philosophy from UCLA and a M.A. and Ph.D. in philosophy from Syracuse University.
I am primarily interested in how cognitive psychology and neuroscience can inform our philosophical theories of of the relation between perception, consciousness, and cognition. I have published papers on a variety of subjects, including colour, audition, and time perception, fictionalism, synesthesia, imagination, consciousness, and cognitive penetration.
Areas of Specialization: Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Neuroscience.
Areas of Competence: Philosop…