Cognition, biases, and rationality: studies in the philosophy and psychology of judgment and decision-making
Andrea Polonioli holds a PhD in philosophy from the University of Edinburgh. He has also been a postdoctoral fellow at the Sidney Edelstein Center for the History and Philosophy of Science, Medicine and Technology, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He will soon start working as a research fellow in philosophy at the University of Birmingham as part of a project exploring the Pragmatic and Epistemic Role of Factually Erroneous Cognitions and Thoughts (PERFECT). His area of specialization is philosophy of psychology and his work is interdisciplinary and empirically informed. He is committed to treating philosophy as a tool for practical engagement with the world. He also has research interests in science ethics and scientometrics.
Web page: www.andreapolonioli.com