Cambridge Moral Psychology Interdisciplinary Conference

The one-day Cambridge Moral Psychology Interdisciplinary Conference will take place on Friday 9 October 2015.
Programme and registration:

The Moral Psychology Interdisciplinary Conference aims to identify the most recent theoretical and methodological research challenges in morality research from various disciplines. This full-day conference will include a variety of short invited lectures, panel discussions, and working groups. The working groups will be assigned based on research area and will provide an opportunity to engage in a structured discussion on issues related to your current research and within an interdisciplinary team. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Speakers and Discussion Group Leaders

Prof. Benoit Monin, Psychology, Stanford University
Prof. Joshua Greene, Psychology/Neuroscience, Harvard University
Prof Molly Crockett, Neuroscience, University of Oxford
Prof. Lisa Bortolotti, Philosophy, University of Birmingham
Prof. Emma Cohen, Anthropology, University of Oxford
Prof. Daniel Effron, Organizational Behaviour, London Business School
Dr Marion Godman, Philosophy, University of Helsinki
Dr Marta Halina, History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge
Dr Jillian Craigie, Law, King's College London

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