Kathryn Francis at Trinity College

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Posted on 21 March 2016

Kathryn B. Francis talks at Trinity College Dublin

CogNovo research fellow Kathryn B. Francis will be presenting an overview of some of her work looking at simulated moral actions in the technological context of virtual reality. Specifically, she will be considering the transition in emergency healthcare practises from text-based scenarios to real-time virtual training programs and the impact of this on future moral research.

Kathryn will present her work at the Reasoning and Imagination Lab in the School of Psychology at Trinity College Dublin.The lab is currently directed by Ruth Byrne and investigates the cognitive processes that drive judgments of morality as well as deductive reasoning and counterfactual thinking.