My research combines philosophy of mind and action, cognitive neuroscience, and psychology. I am interested in the implications that probabilistic models of cognition have for theories of moral responsibility, namely issues of control, luck, and indetermination. Ultimately, my work explores the possibility of an empirically grounded account of free will and moral responsibility that is compatible with a probabilistic universe.

I have experience teaching masters courses in cognitive science, philosophy of science, and philosophy of mind. I am a member of CoInAct, an interdisciplinary research group that engages in experimental and theoretical…

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