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Shannon Spaulding, Ph.D.


Mirror neurons, social biases, social cognition

Degree: PhD, Philosophy
Broad Expertise/Interests:
  • Philosophy of Psychology
  • Philosophy of Science
  • Cognitive Science
Seeking Collaborators with Skill Sets:  
Neuroscience Research Interests: My main area of research is social cognition, how we understand and interact with others. I focus on the situational and cognitive factors that support and undermine social interaction.
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Publication Highlights:

“Mirror Neurons and Social Cognition” Mind & Language. 2013: 28(2), 233-257.

“On Direct Social Perception” Consciousness and Cognition. 2015: 36, 472-482.