I am an experimental psychologist and for the most part of the last ten years I have been working at the Comparative Cognition LabDepartment of Psychology, University of Cambridge. My work has primarily focused on the evolution of social cognition, investigating different aspects of how we and other non-human animals interact with others. Particularly, I was interested in social interactions in which individuals might not only respond to each other’s behaviours but also take into account what the other might believe or want, an ability known as Theory of Mind.

In February 2019 I have joined the Institute for Globally Distributed Open Research and Education (IGDORE) and the primary focus of my current work concerns theory construction and test development in comparative cognition research as well implementation and evaluation of Open Science tools.

 photo with caracas