I am a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Brain Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. I am jointly appointed in the William H. Miller, III Department of Philosophy, and the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. I am also a core member of the Foundations of Mind group.
My work lies at the intersection of philosophy and the mind/brain sciences. Particular interests include: the nature of perception; its relations to memory, imagination and belief; the scientific study of consciousness; and our experience of time.
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