PowellDr Nina Powell
School of Psychology, University of Birmingham
Nina has recently completed her PhD in moral psychology and is a research fellow at the Birmingham University funded by the Leverhulme Trust. She investigates moral asymmetry in judging virtue and vice and how moral condemnation and moral praise affect wellbeing. She also has research projects investigating the development of children’s understanding of morality and blame. Nina has written and presented papers on a wide range of topics including whether people enjoy being morally outraged, whether foetuses and fish feel pain and whether feminism is progressive or repressive.