Kurt Gray is an Associate Professor at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an expert on how we perceive the minds of others and make moral judgements.
Yochanan Bigman studies motivation, morality, and psychological issues surrounding autonomous machines.
Frank Kachanoff uses realistic simulations to model intergroup relations applicable to the current political climate.
Rachel Ernstoff researches intergroup conflict, especially related to polarization between liberals and conservatives.
Joshua Jackson studies culture and cultural change, with a focus on the evolution of religion, morality, and conflict between groups.
Connor O’Fallon studies dyadic morality and how similar situations are construed differently by people especially as it relates to the growing political divide in America.
Nicholas DiMaggio studies how various ideological commitments shape an individual’s perception of morality.
Kyra Kapsaskis researches how political views impact relationships and the roles of mind and morality in health behavior.