Second Deputy Head of Department
Director, Graduate Studies (Non-Clinical)
Ph.D. (Washington), B.Soc.Sci. (Hons.) (NUS)
At the most general level, I am interested in the processes that underlie the recognition of visually presented words. More specifically, I have been investigating how different variables influence word identification performance in different lexical processing tasks, extending conventional analytic tools with distributional analyses of response time distributions. My other research themes include attentional effects in reading, individual differences in word recognition, task-specific effects, models of lexical processing, and models of lexical decision performance.