Annemarie Kalis is associate professor in Theoretical Philosophy. Her areas of expertise are philosophy of psychology (in particular the themes agency, normativity and reasoning), action theory and philosophy of mind. In 2009 she defended her dissertation on the phenomenon of akrasia, or weakness of will. In 2014 she obtained a NWO-VENI grant for a research project on the metaphysics of psychological attitudes, and since 2019 she coordinates a five-year NWO-VIDI project on the question how to understand our capacity for self-control. She defends a neo-Wittgensteinian approach to the mind and has recently started to write about Gilbert Ryle's ideas on reasoning and perception.