I am an Assistant Professor of Psychology at University of Macau. I teach courses related to human cognition, neuropsychology, and theoretical psychology. My experimental work is concerned with understanding biases in perception and action, and what these biases reveal about human cognition. My theoretical work is concerned with the place of experimental psychology in a broader context of inquiry. I completed my Ph.D. at University of Toronto (2015) under the supervision of Jay Pratt. I have also been a visiting researcher at University of Vienna (2014) and Leiden University (2015-16), where I worked with Ulrich Ansorge and Bernhard Hommel.
Gozli, D.G. (2017). Behaviour versus performance: The veiled commitment of experimental psychology. Theory & Psychology, 27, 741-758. [pdf]
Gozli, D.G., Aslam, H., & Pratt, J. (2016). Visuospatial cueing by self-caused features: Orienting of attention and action-outcome associative learning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 23, 459-467. [pdf]
Gozli, D.G. & Deng, W. (in press). Building blocks of psychology: On remaking the unkept promises of early schools. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science. [pdf]
Gozli, D.G., Huffman, G., & Pratt, J. (2016). Acting and anticipating: Impact of outcome-compatible distractor depends on response selection efficiency. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 42, 1601-1614. [pdf]
University of Macau. Cognitive Psychology; Neuropsychology; Systems & Theories in Psychology
University of Toronto. History of Psychology (Summer 2015)