I am an associate professor of cognitive science at CEU, Budapest, Hungary. I am working on the role of adaptive cognition in shaping economic behaviour, cultural evolution and the history of science.

My work deals with the following themes :

I studied mathematics at the university of Paris Diderot (Licence and Master) and philosophy at the Sorbonne (Licence) and Cambridge University (M.Phil.) I did my Ph.D. at the Institut Jean Nicod, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, under the supervision of Dan Sperber. Before coming to CEU, I was a research fellow at the KLI for Evolution and Cognition Research.

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I lead the ACE, a research group of the Social Mind Center.

I am an executive editor of the Review of Philosophy and Psychology

I am a member of the International Cognition and Culture Institute.