David G. Kamper
David is a recent graduate of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor who completed four majors in honors biopsychology, cognition, and neuroscience; trombone performance; philosophy; and cognitive science. He also minored in linguistics. He intends on attending law school (J.D.) and complete a doctoral program in experimental philosophy focusing on moral psychology and the philosophy of cognition. There he hopes to study the intersection of jurisprudence and neuroscience, eventually conducting moral psychology research along with empirical legal research to affect and improve lawmaking and jurisprudence broadly. He hopes to bring forth research analyzing sentencing procedures, intentionality and mens rea standards, child abuse and neglect proceedings, and mental health litigation. Regarding broader questions, he hopes to incorporate his research into theory of action, intention, belief and broader epistemological questions that relate to the law.