Matthew Kuan Johnson

matthew kuan johnson
2020-present  Research Fellow, Oxford Character Project, University of Oxford
2015-2020 PhD in Philosophy, University of Cambridge (Gates Cambridge Scholar)
2014-2015 MPhil in Social and Developmental Psychology, University of Cambridge
2010-2014 BA in Cognitive Science, Yale University


2020 Johnson, M. K., Joy: A Review of the Literature and Suggestions for Future Directions. Journal of Positive Psychology 15(1): 5-24.
2020 Johnson, M. K., Joy: A Reply to the Replies. Journal of Positive Psychology 15(1): 84-88.
I work at the intersection of moral philosophy and cognitive science on topics related to moral perception, virtue theory, embodiment, AI ethics, and joy. I am currently a Research Fellow with the Oxford Character Project, working on issues related to moral perception, moral formation, and leadership within the tech sector.