In the past couple of years, my main research focus has been social cognition, addressing questions like: how do we understand other people's minds and behavior? What are the cognitive processes that underlie such understanding?
I developed a pluralist theory of social understanding that challenges some of the core assumptions in the debate. Moreover, I defend the view that (social) cognitive processes can be separated broadly into two systems. I discuss social cognition in many respects, including culture and psychopathology.