Computational cognitive architectures, mental-state ascription, explanation, moral cognition, commonsense reasoning, machine ethics, philosophy of psychology, cognitive development and folk theories.
Cognitive foundations for computational theories of mindreading
Computational models of folk intuitions in moral judgment
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