• Carnegie Mellon University
    Department of Philosophy
    Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition
    Neuroscience Institute
    Associate Professor
University of California, Berkeley
Department of Philosophy
PhD, 2005
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States of America

I am associate professor in, and associate director of, The Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, Carnegie Mellon University.

I work on attention, perception, action and schizophrenia at the interface between philosophy and cognitive science.

Recent work focuses on introspection, attention and their targets: phenomenal experience, intention, and action.

I am currently writing a book on mental action called "Movements of the Mind"