I hold the first position in the 'Cognitive Science of Religion' in a Religious Studies Department in the United States (2012, California State University, Northridge).
More broadly, I am a psychologist who specializes on the interaction between cognition and culture. My research focuses on using cognitive and evolutionary theories to (a) explain how and why some representations are cross-culturally recurrent and, to (b) understand how these representations impact upon human behavior.
- Ph.D. 2009, Queens University
- B.S. 2004, Queens University
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