|Réka Blazsek is working on ownership: how do people come to agree about who can use what? She has also some work on so-called 'nudges'. She's a doctoral researcher.
|Francesca Bonalumi got her PhD in 2022 with a thesis on commitment, that included work in developmental psychology and experimental philosophy. She is now collaborating with ACES and also working on deliberate ignorance at the iSearch lab at the Technical University in Munich as a post-doctoral researcher.
|Angarika Deb is working on fairness judgments, gender inequalities and distribution of labour in the household. She uses methods ranging from anthropological datasets to economic games and vignette studies. She is a SMASH doctoral researcher.
|Ženja Eremić completed a Master on Ecomic Policy in Global Markets at CEU and is now a Policy Assistant at Eurodiaconia. At the ACES, she woks on moral cognition and reciprocity.
|Tamás Gomori is working on the human cognitive capacities that make social institutions possible. He is completing a Master at Mei:Cogsci, University of Vienna.
|Christophe Heintz is mainly trying to catch up with what the other members do (aka leading a research group). He is a faculty member of the Department of Cognitive Science.
|Ohan Hominis is working on how different motives influence how we navigate information: who we trust, what questions we ask, what information we seek. He is a doctoral researcher.
|Katarina Kovačević is working on how people ascribe responsibility. She is a doctoral researcher.
Ákos Szegőfi is working on epistemic trust and misinformation. He is a doctoral researcher.
Guilherme Silva is working on coordination and the cultural evolution of power and leadership. He is a PhD student.
|Salima Issina investigates how people track and exploit what is in the common ground for coordination. She is a PhD student.
|Kutlay Usta is interested in social interaction between humans and working on motivated memory and bookkeeping. He is completing a Master at Mei:CogSci, Bratislava