Picture of me and my dog on a boat


I'm a postdoctoral associate and lecturer in the Cognitive Science Program at Yale University.

My research interests are at the intersection of philosophy and psychology, with a particular focus on the origins of prosocial behavior and moral judgment. For a brief overview, please see this TiCS paper. To see what I'm currently focusing a lot of my excitement on, see TheChildLab.com

My current teaching includes seminars on the evolution of morality, theories of human uniqueness, current trends in cognitive science, and two required courses for cognitive science majors that lead to the completion of senior projects. See my teaching page for more information.

Please follow the above links for more information, or see me elsewhere online at:

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