Jim is a PostDoctoral Research Fellow in Philosophy and obtained his D.Phil from the University of Oxford in Experimental Psychology. Jim’s work focuses on human morality and parochial altruism, exploring when, why, and how people help members of their own group more than members of other groups, and how moral judgments shape such group processes and vice versa. Jim is particularly interested in the practical implications of this work for tackling large scale societal issues like environmental sustainability, animal rights, and poverty relief.
Inference of trustworthiness from intuitive moral judgments.
Everett, JAC, Pizarro, DA, Crockett, MJ
Doing good by doing nothing? The role of social norms in explaining default effects in altruistic contexts