I am a Postdoctoral Associate in the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication at Yale University. The overarching goal of my research is to gain deeper insight into the role of social identity in human behavior, judgment, and decision-making. More specifically, I investigate the role of the messenger (e.g., friends and family, scientists), the audience (e.g., via differences in political ideology, religion, perceived knowledge), and the message itself (e.g., framing, language complexity) in public responses to contested social, political, and scientific issues.
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Selected Media Coverage of My Research
The Los Angeles Times: Want to do something about global warming? Talk about it with your family and friends
The New York Times: Following the Money That Undermines Climate Science
VICE: Christians Care About Climate Change If It’s About Saving ‘God’s Creation’
ThinkProgress: The most important thing you can do right now to fight climate change, according to science
Grist: What shapes your beliefs about the climate crisis? It’s not just left vs. right.
The Huffington Post: The Green New Deal Picks Up Major Christian Endorsements