I am postdoctoral scholar working jointly with Joshua Tenenbaum (MIT, Brain and Cognitive Sciences) and Fiery Cushman (Harvard, Psychology), on the moral judgment and decision-making processes of adults, children, and artificial intelligence systems. My experimental approach integrates behavioral, developmental, cross-cultural, computational, and philosophical methods and ranges from theoretical to applied.

I completed my PhD in the Rutgers University Department of Psychology and Center for Cognitive Science. My dissertation was supervised by Alan Leslie in the Cognitive Development Lab on the the topic of moral rules and representations.

I have also closely collaborated withand Iyad Rahwan (Max Planck Institute for Human Development, formerly MIT Media Lab), Laura Schulz (MIT, Brain and Cognitive Sciences), John Mikhail (Georgetown Law), Stephen Stich (Rutgers, Philosophy), Edouard Machery (University of Pittsburgh, History and Philosophy of Science), and Nicholas Chater (Warwick Business School).

Full academic CV available here.