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My research background is in Psychology, with an emphasis on Auditory Perception. After doing my Ph.D. in Cognitive/Experimental Psych at Ohio State, I taught for a number of years at the University of Wisconsin before coming to UC. My research interests include the perception of time in music and other auditory sequences and the interaction of temporal and spatial qualities of these sequences. I have also published work on the effects of framing and ad-hominem attacks on attitudes and decision-making, and regularly present and discuss research on current best practices in Psych pedagogy. I absolutely love teaching and am thrilled that Psychology is such a big part of my life; in addition to my teaching work I am the Psychology Program Coordinator for Clermont College. Finally, I get extremely intense about music and can usually be found listening to it and/or making it.