Profiles in "Moral Psychology" Expertise Area

  • Calhoun is professor of philosophy at ASU. She works in normative ethics, moral psychology, and feminist philosophy.
  • Kinnier came to ASU in 1982 after obtaining his PhD from Stanford University. He has taught 18 different courses and chaired about 40 doctoral dissertations and master's theses.
  • Khoury is a philosopher whose work focuses on issues surrounding free will and moral responsibility. Prior to coming to ASU, he was a senior fellow at the London School of Economics. He earned his PhD from ASU in 2011.
  • Salerno's research interests include several lines of inquiry that apply social psychological theory and experimentation to legal contexts. She is a founding member of the ASU program on law and behavioral science.
  • Rachel Fedock earned her Ph.D. in philosophy from CUNY Graduate Center. Her research interest include ethics, feminist ethics, Black feminism, abolition, gender, race, moral psychology, the philosophy of love, and care.
  • Yoshikawa expertise includes ethics: philosophy of happiness, virtue ethics, and Christian and Buddhist ethics.
  • Saint's research focuses on the psychological, social, and moral significance of fictional stories and narrative.