About Me

In my day job, I'm a professor in the Psychology Department at MSU. I teach a variety of psychology classes and in my research study the effects of task interruption on procedural performance. My academic website is here.

I like to listen to free-form radio and walk the excellent trails we have here in the Lansing area.

My wife Kathy is a criminal defense attorney and former law professor. She works for a public defender office, training and developing resources for attorneys who represent poor people in the criminal legal system.

Kathy and I live with our cats Max and Min in the Bailey neighborhood. We've lived here 23 years and love to see our neighborhood brimming with young families.