Josh Rottman is currently on sabbatical from Franklin & Marshall College in Pennsylvania, where he is an Associate Professor of Psychology. Josh’s interdisciplinary research investigates the cognitive science of moral boundaries, primarily through experimental studies with children and adults. He is especially interested in understanding the factors that influence the expansion of moral worth. Previously, Josh has also published on issues related to purity and disgust, the heterogeneity of the moral domain, and the role of testimony in shaping moral beliefs. While at the Uehiro Centre, Josh plans to focus on investigating the extent to which moral value is treated as zero-sum. More information is available at joshuarottman.com.