Institut for psykologi > Ansatte
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I am pursuing a PhD in the DFF funded project "Intentions, Selection, and Agency" where my colleagues and I investigate how we remember what we have decided to do.
In order for this to happen appropriately, we need to select and retrieve the right intention in a particular given context from a large set of multiple intentions that we have formed at some point in the past.
This ability is central for human agency. Without it, we would lose our ability for long-term planning, and our psychological and practical life would lose its structure and stability.
The major aim of my project is to propose a new computational model of how the problem of intention selection and retrieval is solved by human agents. The fundamental idea is that selecting intentions from long-term memory is a selection problem similar to selection problems in visual attention.
My research is conducted under supervision of Søren Kyllingsbæk, and evolves in collaboration with Thor Grünbaum from the Philosophy section at the Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, UCPH.
- Prospective memory
- Computational modeling
- Eye movements
- Mental imagery
- Language and text comprehension (esp. situation models)
- Media perception and usage
Undervisnings- og vejledningsområder
- Spring 2017: MA course "Empirical Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, and Communication" at the Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, UCPH.