My research interests include phenomenal consciousness, cognitive phenomenology, philosophy of emotion, and introspection.
I am interested in attention, cognitive control, memory, and task interruption.
Richard is an Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University School of Communication and PI of the Cognitive Communication Science Lab.
Psycholinguistics, Prosody, Language development and developmental disorders.
My research interests include understanding the recovery of cognition and consciousness following brain injury. My research utilizes advanced neuroimaging methods to investigate brain structure and function following various types of injury.
Neuroimaging and video databases for the study of naturalistic vision, language processing and social cognition