Supervisors: Dr Stefan Bode, Dr Simon Laham
My research interests mainly center around the intersection of social and cognitive neuroscience, and the current topic I am exploring is the neural mechanism of moral decision making. What are the stages of the moral decision making process? How does a brain compute a moral decision? Can the process tell us something about the nature of morality? I like tackling questions that are relevant for interdisciplinary discourses about society and politics – probably mainly because I enjoy arguing about politics. According to instructions of my German supervisor, Stefan, I am supposed to say something personal now and make a joke. I am from Serbia, but I've lived in Germany for too long to be able to make a good joke.