James Dungan, Ph.D.
James studies the cognitive and neural basis of distinct moral domains; specifically, morals targeting one’s self versus another. He is also interested in the tensions between these domains and their concurrent emotional signatures. His research combines methods from social psychology and cognitive neuroscience. He received his B.S. from MIT and his postdoctoral training in the Department of Psychology at the University of Chicago with Nick Epley. James is currently a Behavioral Scientist at Edward Jones.