I am primarily interested in the evolution of human morality and the role that religions and other cultural practices play in shaping it. Additionally, my academic interests encompass political psychology, the cognitive science of religion, and moral reasoning. My overarching goal is to synthesize insights from these diverse fields, supported by concepts from game theory, cultural evolution, and evolutionary psychology, to develop a comprehensive understanding of human nature. Other than these, I have always been interested in the psychology of music and how it relates to personality. Beyond psychology, I am also deeply interested in diverse topics, such as history and astronomy.
My academic personality aside, I have a passion for music and writing. Personally, I value art as much as I value science. I've played the guitar for five years and I love to play alternative rock with my band. Furthermore, I write fantasy novels and maintain a Medium page where I discuss topics that I find interesting and important.