Citizens: Early Intervention Ethics
I am a postdoctoral researcher within the Neuroscience Ethics & Society Team (NEUROSEC) team, working on the Becoming Good: Early Intervention and Moral Development in Psychiatry (BeGOOD) project, to develop and lead Citizens Early Intervention Ethics (Citizens-EIE) study. I completed a PhD thesis in Psychology at the Centre for Music and Science, University of Cambridge, on the effects of movement synchrony on human emotions and social relationships. Alongside my PhD I co-led the Cambridge Moral Psychology Group, a platform for interdisciplinary exchange in the field of morality.
I was awarded an MPhil (distinction) in Social and Developmental Psychology from Cambridge, and a B.A. (1st class hons.) in Psychology from the Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil. My research interests lie at the intersection of moral psychology, emotions and social relationships. I am excited by the opportunity to study the ethics of early intervention programmes and to involve young people in research and policy.
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