Molly Crockett

Associate Professor of Psychology and the Center for Human Values

Molly Crockett is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology and the University Center for Human Values. Crockett’s lab investigates moral cognition: how people decide whether to help or harm, punish or forgive, trust or condemn. Their research integrates theory and methods from psychology, neuroscience, economics, philosophy, and data science. Crockett’s recent work has explored moral outrage in the digital age and trust in leaders during a pandemic.

Crockett can be reached at , 331 Peretsman Scully Hall.