Jason Tangen is an Associate Professor at The University of Queensland. He was originally trained in philosophy and cognition in Canada and moved to Australia in 2004. His research is broadly based on expertise and evidence. Jason has several projects underway on awareness, forensic reasoning, the perception of banknote features, and the flashed face distortion effect. He is currently leading the Forensic Reasoning Project, which examines the nature of expertise in forensics aimed at improving training and the value of expert testimony.