About me

I’m an assistant professor working at the Faculty of Psychology, Department of Theory, Methods & Statistics, Open University of the Netherlands. My research and teaching interests include (the intersections of) evolutionary approaches to psychology, philosophy and methodology.

My current research focusses on metatheoretical and metascientific issues in the field of psychology. One line of research currently explores factors that influence readers’ perception of scientific quality and rigor when evaluating research papers. In various other theoretical projects I’m exploring novel directions in appraising causal theories, trying to apply insights from the philosophy of science.

This page gathers both my writing, resources pertaining to the teaching of evolutionary theory in psychology, and methodological and statistical tools.