I’ve worked with a lot of great people since I started my academic career. This page celebrates those who ended up co-authoring one or more papers with me.

Aitken Mike Aitken: Professor

Mike is a learning and decision-making researcher at the Department of Psychology, Kings College London, where he is also Deputy Head. I’ve known Mike since we did our Ph.D.s together at Cambridge in the 90s. We’ve published together through a common connection with Ian McLaren.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Baron Rachel Baron: Assistant Chief Editor

Rachel works at AsiaEdit, which supports non-native English speakers to write academic papers in English. She was previously a student, and then a lecturer, at Exeter University, where we published a paper together with Cath Haslam.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Barrasin Thomas Barrasin:

I supervised Thomas’s undergraduate dissertation at Exeter University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Bealing Pippa Bealing: Director

Pippa works at Wescountry SEN, who provide SEN and dylsexia tutors in Dorset. She was previously a Masters student at Exeter University. We have published together through a common connection with Fraser Milton.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Beckers Tom Beckers: Professor

Tom is a Professor at KU Leuven. During a chance discussion at a workshop, we discovered we were both working on comparative studies of the Shanks-Darby procedure – he with rats with Elisa Maes, and I with pigeons with Stephen Lea. Rather than attempting to each rush a short paper into print, we agreed to co-author a longer manuscript containing both data sets.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Beesley Tom Beesley: Senior lecturer

Tom researches associative learning in the Psychology department, Lancaster University. I supervised his undergraduate project at Exeter University, and subsequently employed him as a research assistant in my lab, before he started his Ph.D. at Cardiff.

We have co-authored 3 publications.

Benattayallah Abdelmalek Benattayallah: Medical physicist

Malek works at the Brain Research Imaging Centre, Plymouth University. He previously worked at the Exeter MR centre. We have published through a common connection with Fraser Milton.

We have co-authored 3 publications.

Bryant Catherine Bryant:

I supervised Catherine’s undergraduate project in Cognitive Science at Exeter, on using animal psychology to inform artificial intelligence. She subsequently worked as a research assistant on a comparative psychology EU grant at Exeter held by Stephen Lea, on which I was a co-investigator.

We have co-authored 3 publications.

Cangelosi Angelo Cangelosi: Professor

Angelo works on machine learning and robotics at the University of Manchester, UK. We have published together through a common connection with Giovanni Carmantini.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Carmantini Giovanni Carmantini: Co-founder, foldAI

Giovanni is a co-founder at foldAI, a startup that uses AI to support sustainable forestry. I supervised his Masters’ dissertation at Plymouth University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Carpenter Kathryn Carpenter: Senior Research Fellow

Kathryn works at the Institute for Sustainable Philanthropy, UK. She previously did a Ph.D. at Exeter on the neuroscience of dual-process theories of categorization. We have published through a common connection with Fraser Milton.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Chang Franklin Chang: Professor

Franklin is an experimental psychologist and connectionist modeller at Kobe City University for Foreign Studies. We have published together through a common connection with Rebecca Lawson.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Chapman Sue Chapman: Mental health worker

Prior to working in mental health, Sue was a research assistant, and then a Ph.D. student, in my lab at Exeter University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Chase Henry Chase: Assistant Professor

Henry is a biological psychiatrist at the University of Pittsburgh. We have published together through a common connection with Lee Hogarth.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Copestake Edward Copestake: Trainee Clinical Psychologist

Edward was an undergraduate at Exeter University, who worked on perceptual learning and categorization, and was supervised by Fraser Milton. I was a co-author on the publication that resulted from this work.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Croft Gareth Croft: Managing Director

Gareth is the MD of Human Systems Integration Ltd., a company specializing in human factors research in defence and security. Previously, he worked as a research assistant in my lab at Exeter University.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

De Houwer Jan De Houwer: Professor

Jan is a Professor at Ghent University. We have published together through a common connection with Tom Beckers.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

De Filippo Guido De Filippo:

Guido was a lab technician at Exeter University in 2012. We have published together through a common connection with Stephen Lea.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

D'Hooge Rudi D’Hooge: Professor

Rudi is a Professor at KU Leuven. We have published together through a common connection with Tom Beckers.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Dome Lenard Dome: Ph.D. student

Lenard is a Ph.D. student in my lab at Plymouth University, working on computational modelling of category learning. He won the Experimental Psychology Society 2020 Undergraduate Dissertation prize.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Dwyer Dom Dwyer: Professor

Dom Dwyer is a learning theorist at Cardiff University. I’ve known Dom since our Ph.D. days at Cambridge in the ’90s. A mere two decades later, we co-authored a paper.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Edmunds Charlotte Edmunds: Post-doc

Charlotte works at Queen Mary, University of London, on a DSTL-funded project on communicating uncertainty, and is also a Visiting Fellow at Warwick Business School. I supervised her undergraduate dissertation at Exeter, and then her Ph.D. at Plymouth; both on category learning and the computational modelling thereof.

We have co-authored 9 publications.

Ellett Lyn Ellett: Reader

Lyn is a clinical psychology researcher at Royal Holloway University of London. Previously, she was a graduate research assistant in my lab at Exeter University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

George Dave George: Senior lecturer

Dave is a learning theorist working in the Department of Psychology, University of Hull. We have published together through a common connection with Mike Le Pelley.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Gluck Mark Gluck: Professor

Mark is a researches learning and memory at Rutgers University, USA. I first met Mark in the ’90s, and almost became a post-doc in his lab after my Ph.D.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Goto Kaz Goto: Associate Professor

Kaz now works at Sagami Women’s University, Japan. I co-supervised his Ph.D. with Stpehen Lea at Exeter University.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Graham Steve Graham: Management consultant

Steve is a management consultant, specializing in the pharmaceutical industry. We both did our Ph.D. with Ian McLaren at Cambridge, and I subsequently worked with Steve on associative learning as a Visiting Scholar while he was working as a Lecturer at the National University of Singapore. Steve and I are also part of Nurture Science Publishing Group

We have co-authored 3 publications.

Hardwick Ben Hardwick: Human factors

Ben works at Babcock International Group, in Plymouth. Previously, he was an undergraduate placement student at the School of Psychology, Plymouth University. We published together through a common connection with Tom Sambrook and Jeremy Goslin.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Haslam Alex Haslam: Professor

Alex works in the School of Psychology, University of Queensland. We were both at Exeter University for about a decade, and published a paper together with Cath Haslam.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Haslam Cath Haslam: Professor

Cath works in the School of Psychology, University of Queensland. We were both at Exeter University for about a decade, where we worked on the free classification of colours in semantic dementia.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

He Zhimin He: Lecturer

Zhimin works in the Department of Psychology at Aberystwyth University. We’ve published together through a common connection with Lee Hogarth.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Hemmings Yvonne Hemmings: Clinical psychologist

I supervised Yvonne’s undergraduate dissertation at Exeter University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Henderson Holly Henderson:

Holly was an undergraduate student at Exeter university. We co-authored a paper through a common connection with Fraser Milton.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Hester Sarah Hester:

I supervised Sarah’s undergraduate dissertation at Exeter University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Hitsman Brian Hitsman: Associate Professor

Brian works in Preventive Medicine at Northwestern University, USA. We have published together through a common connection with Lee Hogarth.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Hodgson Tim Hodgson: Professor

Tim works in the School of Psychology, University of Lincoln, where he was previously Research Director and then Head of School. We worked together at Exeter University for about a decade, on fMRI and eye-tracking studies of categorization.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Hogarth Lee Hogarth: Associate Professor

Lee studies addictive behaviours at the School of Psychology, University of Exeter. He was previously a senior lecturer at UNSW, a lecturer at Nottingham, a research fellow at Sussex, and a Ph.D. student at Cambridge (where we met). At some point during his time at Nottingham, I suggested an idea for an experiment.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Hollins Tim Hollins: Professor

Tim Hollins works on memory and metacognition at the School of Psychology, Plymouth University where he is also Head of School. Tim was an important factor in me joining Plymouth in 2012. Some years later, we got a grant, also with Chris Mitchell, to study test-potentiated learning.

We have co-authored 4 publications.

Hopewell Lucy Hopewell:

Lucy was a Ph.D. student at Exeter University. We co-authored a paper through a common connection with Lisa Leaver.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Hopkins Ramona Hopkins: Professor

Mona works at Brigham Young University, USA. We have published together through a common connection with Catherine Myers.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Inkster Angus Inkster: Visiting Researcher

Angus is a Visiting Researcher at Plymouth University, working on the psychology, neurosience, and computational modelling of categorization and associative learning. He was previously a undergraduate placement student, Ph.D. student, and post-doc, in my lab at Plymouth.

We have co-authored 5 publications.

Jones Fergal Jones: Reader

Fergal’s currently researches clinical psychology at Canterbury Christ Church University. In the period 1998-2015 we worked together, mainly on sequence learning.

We have co-authored 5 publications.

Jones Gareth Jones: Associate Professor

Gareth works on human-computer interaction at Dublin City University. Back in 2003, we co-supervised Catherine Bryant’s undergraduate dissertation in Cognitive Science.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Jones Peter Jones: Lecturer

Peter Jones is a learning theorist at Plymouth University.

We have co-authored 3 publications.

Kay Janice Kay: Provost

Janice works at Exeter University, where she is currently the Provost, and was previously Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Education. She’s a central figure in the development of the UK’s Teaching Excellence Framework. While I was at Exeter, we co-authored a paper with Cath Haslam.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Kent Chris Kent: Senior lecturer

Chris researches identification, categorization and object recognition at Bristol University. In a chance conversation, we discovered we were both working on test-potentiated learning in recall. Rather than compete to be first into print, we combined our data into a single, more substantial, publication.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Koh Zhisheng Koh: Senior Photographer

Zhisheng works as Livestudios, Singapore. Previously, he was a research assistant at National University Singapore. We’ve published together through a common connection with Steve Graham.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Kovacs Tim Kovacs:

Until 2016, Tim was an artificial intelligence researcher at Bristol University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Lavric Aureliu Lavric: Associate Professor

Aureliu works on cognitive control, attention, and psycholinguistics, at Exeter University. Aureliu and I were in the same department for about a decade, where we worked together on EEG studies of learning and attention.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Lawson Rebecca Lawson: Professor

Rebecca researches object recognition at the Department of Psychology, University of Liverpool. A chance discussion in the pub after Rebecca gave a talk at Plymouth led to us working together on the classification of everyday objects.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Lea Stephen Lea: Emeritus Professor

Stephen is a researcher of animal behaviour, and of economic psychology. He’s also a former Head of School (twice), and former Deputy Vice Chancellor, of Exeter University. Stephen was a key factor in me applying to work at Exeter. We’ve worked together for many years, mainly on comparative studies of pigeon and human category learning.

We have co-authored 9 publications.

Leaver Lisa Leaver: Senior lecturer

Lisa researches animal behaviour at Exeter University. We both started as lecturers there on the same day. Some years later, we worked on a grant together with Stephen Lea, and also on work that became part of Lucy Hopewell’s Ph.D. thesis.

We have co-authored 4 publications.

Le Pelley Mike Le Pelley: Professor

Mike works on the relation between attention and learning at UNSW, Australia. Mike and I have worked with many of the same people since we first met in Ian McLaren’s lab in the late 1990s.

We have co-authored 4 publications.

Leventhal Adam Leventhal: Professor

Adam is an addiction researcher at the University of Southern California. We have published together through a common connection with Lee Hogarth.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Lochmann Timm Lochmann: Head of Data Science

Timm now applies machine learning and artificial intelligence to eRecruiting, at StepStone. I supervised his undergraduate dissertation in predictive learning at Exeter University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Longman Cai Longman: Lecturer

Cai works on cognitive control at the University of the West of Scotland. He was previously a Ph.D. student and post-doc at Exeter University. We have published together through a common connection with Fraser Milton and Fred Verbruggen.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Longmore Chris Longmore: Lecturer

Chris works on face recognition at Plymouth University. He was previously a research assistant in my lab at Exeter, where we worked together on topics in categorization research.

We have co-authored 3 publications.

Maes Elisa Maes: Head of Research Information & Data Management

Elisa works at Vrije Universitat in Brussells. We have published together through a common connection with Tom Beckers.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Mathew Amanda Mathew: Assistant professor

Amanda works in the Department of Preventive Medicine, Rush University, USA. We have published together through a common connection with Lee Hogarth.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

McLaren Ian McLaren: Professor

Ian researches learning, memory, and cognition, in combination with computational modelling, at Exeter University. He was my Ph.D. supervisor (at Cambridge), and I was his first Ph.D. student. We’ve worked together ever since, on perceptual, sequence, contingency, and category, learning.

We have co-authored 17 publications.

McLaren Rossy McLaren: Associate Research Fellow

Rossy researches cognitive psychology at Exeter University. I’ve known Rossy since doing my Ph.D. in Cambridge in the 1990s. We’ve published together through a common connection with Ian McLaren.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

McNab Fiona McNab: Lecturer

Fiona works at the University of York. During her post-doc at Exeter University, we co-authored a paper with Cath Haslam.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Meier Christina Meier:

Until 2017, Christina was a Ph.D. student in the School of Psychology, Exeter University. We published together through a common connection with Stephen Lea.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Millar Louise Millar: Animal Behaviourist

Lou was a Ph.D. student and research assistant at Exeter University. We co-authored papers through a common connection with Stephen Lea.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Milton Fraser Milton: Senior lecturer

I supervised Fraser’s Master’s thesis, and then his Ph.D., at Exeter University. He’s worked at Exeter ever since, first as a post-doc, then as a lecturer, and now a senior lecturer. I left Exeter for Plymouth in 2012, but we’ve continued to work together regularly. He is, by far, the person I have co-authored most papers with … something like one in every three papers I’ve published have been with Fraser!

We have co-authored 27 publications.

Mitchell Chris Mitchell: Professor

Chris researches learning, memory, and attention at the School of Psychology, Plymouth University. Chris and I first met at an associative learning workshop in Belgium, and I later hosted him during a sabbatical at Exeter University. Chris joined Plymouth University in 2011 and was a major factor in my move to Plymouth in 2012.

We have co-authored 8 publications.

Moberly Nick Moberly: Associate Professor

Nick works in the School of Psychology, Exeter University. I supervised his undergraduate dissertation at Cambridge. After an M.Sc. at Sussex, and a Ph.D. at Royal Holloway, Nick joined Exeter as a post-doc in 2004, and stayed on as a member of faculty.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Moore Chris Moore:

Chris was a student at University of New South Wales, Australia. We published together through a common connection with Ben Newell.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Myers Catherine Myers: Professor

Catherine is a computational modeller of learning and memory at Rutgers University, and at the Department of Veterans Affairs, NJ. We first met during my visit to Mark Gluck’s lab in the ’90s.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Newell Ben Newell: Professor

Ben is a decision-making researcher at the School of Psychology, University of New South Wales, Australia, where he is also the Deputy Head. I hosted Ben during a sabbatical at Exeter, during which time we (and Fraser Milton) decided to investigate a striking, COVIS-inspired, claim by Filoteo et al. (2010). This resulted not only in the three of us publishing together, but also indirectly inspired much of the work pursused by C. Edmunds and Kathryn Carpenter, supervised by myself and Fraser Milton.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Newport Matt Newport: Chief Technical Officer

Matt is CTO and co-founder at Osso VR, in Vancouver. I supervised his undergraduate dissertation at Cambridge. On graduation, he went into computer game development.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Noury Malia Noury:

Malia was a visiting undergrduate research assistant at Exeter in the early 2000s.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Oakeshott Steve Oakeshott: Head of Innovative Technologies

Back in the ’90s, Steve and I worked in the Experimental Psychology department, Cambridge. I went to Exeter in 2000, and he went to Brooklyn College a few years later. He now works for the Medical Research Council, UK.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

O'Connell Garret O’Connell: post-doc

Garret works at Humboldt University, Berlin. Previously, he was a post-doc in my lab at Plymouth University.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Osthaus Britta Osthaus: Senior lecturer

Britta works on animal cognition at the School of Psychology at Christ Church University. She was previously a Ph.D. student at Exeter. We co-authored a paper through a common connection with Stephen Lea.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Pothos Emmanuel Pothos: Professor

Emmanuel works on computational modelling of cognitive processes at the Department of Psychology, City University of London, where he was previously Head of School. We first met at a Cognitive Science Society conference in the late 90s, and started working together when we co-edited a book on the computational modelling of categorization (Pothos & Wills, 2011).

We have co-authored 4 publications.

Reimers Stian Reimers: Reader

Stian researches judgement and decision making at City University of London. I supervised his undergraduate dissertation on categorical decisions at Cambridge.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Roberts Henrietta Roberts: Research Fellow

Henrietta researches depression at Exeter University. I co-supervised her Ph.D., with Ed Watkins.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Robinson Jo Robinson:

I supervised Jo’s undergraduate dissertation at Exeter University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Rolland Matt Rolland:

I supervised Matt Rolland’s undergraduate dissertation at Exeter University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Ryan Catriona Ryan:

Catriona worked in Exeter University’s pigeon lab for longer than anyone (or, at least, I) can remember. We’ve worked together through a common connection to Stephen Lea.

We have co-authored 4 publications.

Sambrook Tom Sambrook:

Tom researches decision making and reinforcement learning at the School of Psychology, University of East Anglia. He was previously a Ph.D. student at Plymouth University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Satherley David Satherley:

David was an undergraduate at Exeter University, who worked on perceptual learning and categorization, and was supervised by Fraser Milton. I was a co-author on the publication that resulted from this work.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Seabrooke Tina Seabrooke: Lecturer

Tina researches associative learning and memory at Southampton University. She was previously a Ph.D. student and a post-doc at Plymouth University, working with Chris Mitchell, Tim Hollins, and myself.

We have co-authored 4 publications.

Shanks David Shanks: Professor

David researches learning, memory, judgment and decision making at University College London. David’s work was among the first I read during my Ph.D., and he was also the action editor for my first journal article. Twenty years later, we co-authored a paper together.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Schlegelmilch René Schlegelmilch: Researcher

René researches the computational modelling of categorization at Universität Bremen. He was previously a Ph.D. student at the University of Zurich, and visiting Ph.D. student in my lab at Plymouth University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Spicer Stuart Spicer: post-doc

Stuart is a post-doc researching ‘loot boxes’ in online gaming at Plymouth University. He was previously a Ph.D. student studying associative learning at Plymouth University. We’ve published together through a common connection with Peter Jones.

We have co-authored 3 publications.

Stevens Tobias Stevens: Lecturer

Tobias researches addiction and cognitive control at the School of Psychology, Exeter University. He was previously a post-doc and a Ph.D. student there, working on cognitive control. We’ve published together through a common connection with Fraser Milton.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Stewart Neil Stewart: Professor

Neil works on topics in behavioural and economic science at Warwick Business School. I supervised his undergraduate dissertation on categorical decisions at Cambridge.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Suret Mark Suret: Tax advisor

Since 2008, Mark has worked for Deloitte, but for about a decade before that, he did research into the psychology of learning and memory. We worked together at Cambridge, and then again at Exeter.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Surrey Ed Surrey:

I supervised Ed’s undergraduate dissertation at Exeter University.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Troisi II Joseph Troisi II: Professor

Joe is a behavioral neuroscience researcher at Saint Anselm College, USA. We have published together through a common connection with Lee Hogarth.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Verbruggen Fred Verbruggen: Professor

Fred works on cognitive control at Ghent University. He was previously a senior lecturer, and then a professor, at Exeter University. We have published together through a common connection with Fraser Milton.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Viika Lotta Viika:

Lotta was an undergraduate student at Exeter university. We co-authored a paper through a common connection with Fraser Milton.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

von Helversen Bettina von Helversen: Professor

Bettina researches judgment and decision making at the Universität Bremen, where she is also Head of Department. We have published together through a common connection with René Schlegelmilch.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Waters Jessica Waters:

Jessica Waters was an undergraduate placement student at Plymouth University. We have published together through a common connection with Tim Hollins.

We have co-authored 1 publications.

Watkins Ed Watkins: Professor

Ed is a research clinical psychologist at Exeter University. We worked together there for several years, and published together through our co-supervision of Henrietta Roberts’ Ph.D.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Welham Alice Welham: Lecturer

Alice now works on topics in clinical psychology at the University of Leicester. I supervised her undergraduate dissertation at Cambridge, and then her Ph.D. at Exeter, both on category learning.

We have co-authored 2 publications.

Yeates Fayme Yeates:

Fayme did a Ph.D. in sequence learning at Exeter University, and later took a temporary lecturer position at Plymouth University. We’ve published on sequence learning together through a common connection with Ian McLaren.

We have co-authored 4 publications.

Zwickel Jan Zwickel: Data scientist

Jan now works at SAP. I supervised Jan’s undergraduate dissertation on free classification and blocking at Exeter University.

We have co-authored 2 publications.