Jay Olson, M.Sc. studies suggestion at McGill University. He does interesting and practical research — but rarely both.
We can deceive people into believing that a machine is generating their thoughts.
People have unconscious decision-making strategies that they can access through subtle muscle movements.
Light exposure at the right times can reduce jet lag.
In progress: Can bright light exposure reduce shift work fatigue on a large scale?
In progress: Can we maximise placebo effects and use them as a standard treatment?
Upcoming public lectures:
Wed, 28 Feb 2018, 6pm–8pm: Public speaking workshop at McGill University (reservation required).
Contact Jay at firstname.lastname@example.org or view his academic CV (PDF).