I’m a psychologist interested in understanding how development changes the way we use information to learn and make decisions.
I received my PhD in Developmental Psychology from the University of Waterloo, where I found that children and adults use information very differently, and made some interesting discoveries about the emergence of heuristics and biases in decision-making.
I’m currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto, where I’m examining how the unique ways in which children experience the world (via their limited knowledge, and developing perceptual and cognitive abilities) actually help them conquer many incredible learning feats.
If you'd like to learn more, check out my CV or my Google Scholar profile. You can also send me an email.