My research revolves around philosophy of psychology, philosophy of mind, moral psychology, and philosophy of neuroscience. My main interest is understanding the inner realm (consciousness, emotions, agency, self-knowledge) and its underlying mechanisms.
My recent projects concern cognitive mechanisms underlying mindreading and their specialization in our moral lives; reductionist theories of consciousness and phenomenology of mental effort; emotion regulation in moral expertise, and the place of disgust in moral judgment.
I have also investigated various forms of self-consciousness and their relation to agency. These questions have been fleshed out in the following debates: (i) subject individuation in split-brain patients, (ii) psychological continuity and self-identity (iii) valuation in the face of social constructivism, and (iv) agency in the face of mental disorders.