Researchers in the lab in the past 5 years
Shane TImmons. PhD student 2014-2017 (awarded 2018). Cognitive processes in moral judgment. Funded by a John Templeton Foundation grant and a TCD PhD Scholarship.
Madhav Bhargav. MSc Applied Psychology student 2016-2017 (awarded 2017). Counterfactuals and moral judgments in Indian and Irish students.
Sabrina Haimovici University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Visiting Postdoctoral researcher 2015-2016. Dual processes in reasoning.
Marta Stragà Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy. Visiting Postdoctoral researcher 2016. Prefactual thoughts in decision making
Isabel Orenes UNED Madrid Visiting Postdoctoral researcher 2016. Eye-tracking and counterfactual conditionals.
Mary Parkinson PhD student 2012-2015 (awarded 2016). Judgments of moral responsibility. Funded by an Irish Research Council PhD Scholarship.
Raluca Briazu University of Plymouth, UK. Visiting PhD student 2016. Counterfactual thoughts and deception.
Sergio Moreno Rios University of Granada, Spain. Visiting Academic 2014. Inferences in mock jurors decisions.
Alice Ping Ping Tse. University of Granada, Spain. Visiting PhD student 2013. Counterfactual thoughts in English and Chinese.
Eoin Gubbins PhD student 2010-2013 (awarded 2014). Cognitive processes in moral reasoning. Funded by an Irish Research Council PhD Scholarship.
Marta Couto, ISPA Lisbon Portugal. Visiting PhD student 2012 & 2013. Conditional inferences about inducements.
Celia Rasga. ISPA Lisbon Portugal. Visiting PhD student 2012 & 2013. Children’s counterfactual and false belief inferences.
Benignus Nduibuisi. MSc Applied Psychology student 2012-2013 (awarded 2013). Regret for actions and inactions
Karl McPhillips. MSc Applied Psychology student 2012-2013 (awarded 2013). Chess problem solving.
Left to right: Orlando Espino, Shane Timmons, Isabel Orenes, David Beltran, Evie Alkin, Madhav Bhargav, Marta Straga, Sabrina Haimovici, Ruth Byrne