My interests lie in philosophy of cognitive science, moral psychology, social epistemology, and general philosophy of science. My dissertation explores how cognitive scientists deal with individual differences in their research. Recently I have also been thinking about whether there are mathematical, non-causal explanations in neuroscience; what a naturalized account of weakness of will would look like; and the role of non-epistemic values in climate science.
Currently I am a member of the Pitt/CMU Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition and Pitt’s Climate and Global Change Center. I have a BA in Philosophy and Economics from Williams College and an MPhil in HPS from Cambridge University.