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Ensar Acem

Graduate Research Assistant

He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Psychological Sciences and working as a research assistant at the MINT Lab. He is involved in several projects at the intersection of social psychology and behavioral economics and maintains international collaborations with leading researchers worldwide.

His research focuses on the evolutionary and cognitive foundations of cooperation, religion, morality, politics, and reasoning. He utilizes the dual-process model and the evolutionary game-theoretical perspective to gain insights into these topics.

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Ensar Acem
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