Kathryn Francis is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Psychology at the University of Bradford, UK. Prior to this she was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in psychology and philosophy at the University of Reading, UK. Kathryn completed her PhD in experimental psychology in “CogNovo”, a Marie-Curie funded PhD initiative at the University of Plymouth, UK.
Kathryn’s interests lie at the intersection of psychology and philosophy, predominantly in moral cognition. Kathryn adopts interdisciplinary approaches and state-of-the-art technologies to investigate moral decision-making.
Her personal webpage can be accessed here.
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