I'm interested in modeling human learning across timescales: from developmental time to real-time eye fixations. For a better (or at least wordier) explanation, have a look at my research page. Having spent some time thinking about infant language learners as physical symbol systems and as attentionally-driven associationists, he's now trying to model them as social inference machines.
Past Affiliations

Cognitive Science Program, College of Arts and Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington

Postdoctoral Fellow, Language and Cognition Lab, Center for Infant Studies, Department of Psychology, School of Humanities and Sciences, Stanford University (past)

PhD, Indiana University, Bloomington, Cognitive Science, 2012
BS, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Cognitive Science, 2007
BS, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Computer Science, 2007