Ben Dickins is working as a postdoctoral researcher in the US in the field of molecular evolution. He is at Penn State University’s Center for Comparative Genomics and Bioinformatics (CCGB). His PhD research (at Cambridge University, UK) was focussed on the epigenetic phenomenon of genomic imprinting. His interests also include more general philosophical concerns relating to the role of epigenetic phenomena in development and evolution.
Tom Dickins is a Reader in Evolutionary Psychology at the University of East London. He is co-founder and steering committee member for the European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association (EHBEA) and he is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Evolutionary Psychology (JEP).
Keith Frankish is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the Open University and Director of the university’s Mind, Meaning, and Rationality Research Group. His main research interests lie in philosophy of psychology, especially dual-process theories, the belief/acceptance distinction, and phenomenal consciousness. He also has interests in psychopathology, in particular the nature of delusions. He is the author of Mind and Supermind (CUP 2004) and is co-editor (with Jonathan Evans) of In Two Minds: Dual Processes and Beyond (OUP 2009). Together with Bill Ramsey, he is currently co-editing volumes on cognitive science and artificial intelligence for the Cambridge Handbooks series.