Hal Pashler is Professor of Psychology at UC San Diego. Pashler’s research interests are learning & memory, attention, and higher-level visual perception. His focus in recent years is factors that may increase the efficiency of learning – from acquisition of facts, vocabulary and concepts to the disctinction between subtly different visual patterns. Pashler is also interested in all aspects of selective and divided attention, including visual awareness and processing bottlenecks. He is involved in a variety of efforts to promote greater replicability of psychological and neuro-imaging research, as well as greater responsibility in reporting results in these areas.