Gordon Ingram

Gordon Ingram obtained his PhD in 2009 from the Institute of Cognition and Culture, Queen’s University Belfast, where he studied children’s reporting of their peers’ behavior. After teaching at the University of Oxford he completed a postdoc at the University of Bath, before becoming assistant professor at Bath Spa University, where he taught Evolutionary Psychology. Currently he is Associate Professor of Psychology at the Universidad de los Andes, Colombia. He teaches undergraduate courses in Developmental Psychology, Cyberpsychology, and Psychology of Language, and a graduate course in Cognition and Culture. His research centers on children’s and adolescents’ everyday communication online. He supervizes several graduate students researching children’s social and moral development. 

Recent Posts

March 2, 2012 in Morality, Special Publication

Harmful Intentions Are Always Seen As Bad

It makes evolutionary sense that people would be hyper-vigilant about harmful intent, reading people’s morally relevant actions for clues of possible intentions to harm the values and structures that their…
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