About me

My research focuses on skill, mostly of the embodied kind. I am currently developing an account of skill, which highlights several different kinds of control that are involved in skillful actions. This account entails that many automatic processes should qualify as intelligent. I've also worked on an account of how skill learning and conceptual thought might be related, on the connection between skills and early perceptual processing, and on how skills are not reducible to propositional thought. I'm also interested in how motor and embodied skills can teach us about cognitive skill and moral expertise.