Kinga Morsanyi is a Senior Lecturer in Mathematical Cognition at Loughborough University, UK. Her research concerns the development of mathematical abilities and reasoning, and the interplay between intuitions and conscious reflection. She is also interested in how emotional states (for example, anxiety) might influence reasoning, decision making and mathematical performance, and how these skills might be improved by training. She also has an interest in atypical development (in particular, mathematics learning difficulties and autism). Before taking up her current position at Loughborough University, she had held lecturing and research positions at Queen’s University Belfast, the University of Cambridge, and the University of Geneva.