Kathryn is a Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Bradford. Her research lies at the intersection of psychology and philosophy, predominantly in moral cognition. She adopts interdisciplinary approaches to the investigation of cognitive and social phenomena.
She is also an advocate of interdisciplinary research. Since completing her PhD, Kathryn has focused on collaborating on projects which explore moral and social phenomena. Her recent work has looked at the role alcohol consumption has on empathy and she used virtual reality in order to test moral decision making.
Kathryn has extensive experience disseminating her research for both academic and public audiences. She welcomes opportunities to deliver lectures, talks, and seminars in several areas of social, cognitive, and moral psychology.