Thomas Hills is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Warwick. His initial training was in the neurogenetics and mathematical characterisation of animal foraging at the University of Utah Biology Department.  He subsequently worked with the University of Texas at Austin College of Education and Indiana University Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, most recently working with the University of Basel before moving to his present position.

Research interests

My research focuses on the quantitative description of cognitive information, such as the semantic structure of memory, the evolution of language, psychological attitudes towards concepts such as risk and immigration, and patterns of behaviour and language symptomatic of beliefs and underlying pathology.