Tania Lombrozo [home page]
Associate Professor of Psychology
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(Ph.D., Harvard University). She is a faculty member in the psychology department, where she specializes in cognitive psychology. Her current research examines the structure and function of explanations, categories, and causal claims. In a second line of work, she studies moral reasoning. Her philosophical interests center on the philosophy of science, but also include issues in philosophy of biology, philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, and moral philosophy.