My research investigates how internal cognitive processes are grounded in the body, the environment and the social world. In the standard information processing accounts of cognition, the theoretical model is of a cognitive system that thinks and acts in isolation. Accordingly, laboratory experiments quarantine subjects away from a social context. In my research, I find that a rich interaction between cognitive, perceptual-motor and social factors plays out in the body and eye movements of people perceiving the world, acting upon it, and communicating with each other.
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- Verbal Synchrony and Action Dynamics in Large Groups FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 7 DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.02034
- Breaking the Fourth Wall of Cognitive Science: Real-World Social Attention and the Dual Function of Gaze CURRENT DIRECTIONS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE, 25 (1), 70-74 DOI: 10.1177/0963721415617806
- The Focal Account: Indirect Lie Detection Need Not Access Unconscious, Implicit Knowledge JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED, 21 (4), 342-355 DOI: 10.1037/xap0000058
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