I study the interaction of information structure and cognitive processing on language acquisition, memory across the lifespan, and decision making in information rich environments.
I am interested in the evolution of cognition and information and their relation to language, wellbeing, memory, and decision making.
My research uses experimental analyses, computational modeling, network analysis, corpus analysis and natural language processing.
I am the Director of the Bridges-Leverhulme Doctoral Training Centre, lead the Behavioural and Data Science MSc, and do-direct Warwick's Global Research Priority in Behavioural Science. I am also currently a Fellow of the Alan Turing Institute, and a Research Fellow of the Royal Society.