Dr Natalie Gold
Senior Research Fellow
Tel+44 (0)20 7848 2594
Address Room 501, Philosophy Building
King’s College London
Natalie Gold was educated at the University of Oxford. She held post-doctoral fellowships in the Probability, Philosophy and Modeling group based at the University of Konstanz, and in the Philosophy Department at Duke University. Before joining King’s College London, she was a Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh.
- practical reasoning and rationality
- behavioural decision theory
- moral psychology
- co-operation, collective action and collective intentions
- experimental philosophy and experimental social science
- philosophy of social science, especially as regards issues in contemporary economics and psychology
Natalie runs the research project “Self-control and the Person: An Interdisciplinary account”, funded by the European Research Council. For more details, please see the project website.
- Gold, N., Pulford, B. D. & Colman, A. M. (2014). Cultural differences in responses to real-life and hypothetical trolley problems. Judgment And Decision Making. 9(1), 65-76.
- Gold, N. (2013). Team Reasoning, Framing and Self-Control: An Aristotelian Account. In N. Levy (ed.) Addiction and Self-Control: Perspectives from Philosophy, Psychology, and Neuroscience. Oxford University Press, 48-66.
- Gold, N., Pulford, B. D. & Colman, A. M. (2013). Your Money or Your Life: Comparing judgments in trolley problems involving economic and emotional harms, injury, and death. Economics and Philosophy. 29(02), 213-233.
- Gold, N. & Sugden, R.(2007). Collective intentions and team agency. Journal of Philosophy. (104)3, 109-137.
- Gold, N. & List, C. (2004). Framing as path dependence. Economics and Philosophy. 20(2), 253-77.