My research is driven by a desire to understand how humans have access to knowledge as powerful and reliable as mathematics. Throughout my career, building upon Jean Piaget's genetic epistemology, I have learned that many philosophical questions about the nature of mathematics have psychological answers. I ground my research in psychological models of students' mathematics, and collaborate with psychologists and neuroscientists to find these answers.
In 2022, I authored a related book, published by Routledge: The Psychology of Mathematics: A Journey of Personal Mathematical Power for Educators and Curious Minds. You can find more information on the book, along a discount code for ordering it, by downloading the flyer linked below.