Dr Adam Bulley

Dr Adam Bulley, CJ Martin ECR Fellow, The University of Sydney; Fellow, Department of Psychology, Havard University.

Adam is a CJ Martin Early Career Research Fellow in the MIND group at the Brain and Mind Centre, and fellow in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University. In his research he uses the tools of evolutionary and cognitive psychology to study the mind and human behaviour. Specifically, he investigates the evolution, development, and psychological mechanisms of imagination, foresight, decision-making, and emotion. In his research he has done experimental, cross-sectional and longitudinal studies with diverse samples including undergraduate students, adult volunteers, and young children, as well as with large epidemiological, economic, and national datasets. You can see a list of Adam's published papers on the ‘publications’ page of his website, or on his Google Scholar profile.

Forefront Group: MIND

  • BMC Memory and Imagination in Neurological Disorders Research Group


  • Decision-making
  • Imagination
  • Foresight

Affiliate Organisations

Harvard University

Neurodegeneration of interest:

Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)

Frontotemporal dementias (FTD)

Brain Ageing