Olin-Rice Science Center, Room 321
Olin-Rice Science Center, 327
Guglielmo’s research explores the psychological processes of moral judgment, specifically examining how moral judgments are guided by mental state judgments, and how negative moral judgments such as blame may differ from positive ones such as praise. In doing so, he explores core social psychological questions: how do people interpret negative and positive behavior, how do they make inferences about others’ mental states, and how do these various assessments shape judgments of right and wrong. Guglielmo received his BA from the State University of New York at Geneseo, his MS from the University of Oregon, and his PhD from Brown University. He comes to Macalester from Yale University, where was a lecturer in the Department of Psychology and Program in Cognitive Science.