Ph.D. Experimental Psychology, The University of Connecticut, 1996. MSc in Mathematics and MA in Philosophy, Eotvos University, Budapest. 1996 - present; Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, University of Portsmouth, UK Appointments before 1996: Teaching and Research Assistant, University of Connecticut, US. Deputy Director of Computing Department, Institute for Hydraulic Planning, Budapest, Hungary. Lecturing in Mathematics and Philosophy, Budapest, Hungary

Research interests

Perceptual control of action in intentional contexts

Application of biological strategies in robotics (e.g., chemical searching)

Exploratory learning in display control tasks

Biased random walk analysis of motor learning tasks

Mathematical models and philosophical issues in psychology

Pictorial space and culture