ashley walton
research & publications


For my full CV, email me at: ashley_walton@fas.harvard.edu

Employment

Harvard University (2017 - present)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow with Susan Murphy
Statistical Reinforcement Learning Lab


Education

University of Cincinnati (2012 - 2017)
M.A. & PhD. in Experimental Psychology

Eotvös Loránd University Budapest (Fall 2011)
Semester in Cognitive Science

University of Cincinnati (2005 - 2011)
Design, Bachelors of Science
Brain and Mind Studies, Bachelors of Interdisciplinary Studies
Philosophy Minor



Mentors

Michael Richardson
Department of Psychology
Macquarie University
Sydney, Australia

Anthony Chemero
Department Philosophy, Department of Psychology
University of Cincinnati

Lori Crosby
Behavioral Medicine & Clinical Psychology,
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center



Collaborators

Auriel Washburn
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Stanford University

Intermedio 
Artist collective
Cincinnati, Ohio


Additional training

National Institutes of Health (NIH) mHealth summer training institute (August, 2018)
I was selected to participate in a week long training to address the gap between the development of mobile technology and health research, by engaging in a problem-based team-science project. Funded by the National Institutes of Health, the training focused on the interpersonal and communication skills necessary for conducting transdisciplinary collaborations in healthcare. 

National Science Foundation (NSF) University of Michigan NextProf Workshop (May, 2016)
I was selected to participate in a three-day workshop consisting of training and professional development for women and minorities in science.

NSF Center for Human Adaptive Systems and Environments (CHASE) Summer School: The Dynamics of Music and Language.
(May, 2014)
I was selected to participate in a week long series of lectures and workshops hosted by the University of California at Merced funded by the National Science Foundation.

NSF American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute: Nonlinear methods in psychological science.
(June, 2013)


Social media

Academia.edu
Research gate
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“After a certain high level of technical skill is achieved, science and art tend to coalesce in esthetics, plasticity and form.”                
-Albert Einstein.




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