The Turing Test #4: Josh Greene

Joshua Greene is a professor in the Harvard Department of Psychology where he runs the Moral Cognition Lab. He received his bachelor’s degree from Harvard and then a PhD in philosophy at Princeton where he was mentored by many bright lights of analytical philosophy, including Peter Singer, who served on his comittee. After doing a post-doc in a a cognitive neuroscience lab, Greene returned to Harvard to begin his own lab, the Moral Cognition Lab, which studies both descriptive and normative psyhcology and philosophy.

Author: Holly Elmore

I am a graduate student in Organismic & Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. I am the president of Harvard University Effective Altruism. I am also founder and editor-in-chief of evobites.com. Check out my research on my google scholar: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=B2Nk47gAAAAJ&hl=en

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