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Robert “Bud” Lambert is a second year graduate student, examining the fundamental cognitive mechanisms which guide information processing on a higher conceptual level. For example if we see the color red written in blue, how do we parse the relevant information from the conceptually similar information. He has a special interest in the affective processes, which may underlie these judgements. His line of research often incorporates various perspectives from psychology, philosophy, and neuroscience.