FIERY CUSHMAN is conducting a post-doctoral fellowship funded by the Mind, Brain and Behavior Initiative at Harvard University. His research asks questions like: Why do we sometimes punish accidents? And, when do we think it is OK to sacrifice one person for the good of many? He is interested in understanding the cognitive processes that give rise to moral judgment, their development, and their evolutionary history.
Post-doctoral fellow, Mind/Brain/Behavior Interfaculty Initiative, Harvard University