I completed my PhD in February 2023 at Macquarie University in the field of Cognitive Science, with a specific focus on the relationship between reasoning processes and everyday beliefs. Currently, I am a research associate at the University of New South Wales, specifically, at the Institute for Climate Risk and Response (ICRR), where I am engaged in diverse projects centered around decision-making, risk perception, and policy communication in the context of climate change. In my research, I employ a range of methodologies, including online and lab-based experimental and behavioral techniques. Additionally, I use statistical methods, such as hierarchical Bayesian models, to gain comprehensive insights into the research outcomes.
Excellent Ph.D. Thesis in Psychology Award, Australian Psychological Society, 2023
Doris McIlwain Award for most meritorious PhD thesis in Psychological Sciences at Macquarie University, 2023
VC’s Commendation for PhD Excellence, 2023