There has been a lot of talk lately about how to provide undergrads with good information about grad schools, and I thought we here at Experimental Philosophy might be able to do our part by providing some information about where to go to grad school to study experimental philosophy.
To begin with, it seemed like it might be a good idea just to provide a list of different departments and the people within them who have been doing experimental work. So building on a post that Thomas Nadelhoffer put up recently, I've included just such a list below. (I am sure that this list suffers from some serious omissions, so please let me know if there's anything else I should be adding, and I'll put it up immediately.)
More importantly, it would be great to provide more concrete information that undergrads could use in making these sorts of decisions. If you have actually attended one of these programs, or if you have any advice that might prove helpful, please chip in with a comment, and we can do our best to make this a really helpful resource.