I am interested in sociopolitical attitudes and ideologies, as well as their antecedents (e.g., personality, social situations) and consequences (e.g., environmental attitudes and behavior, intergroup processes).
My current research focuses on the relation between sociopolitical ideology and climate change denial, with a particular focus on social dominance orientation (i.e., endorsement of group-based social hierarchies) and right-wing populism.
Keywords: social psychology political psychology personality psychology ideological attitudes intergroup processes sociopolitical ideologies climate change denial social attitudes
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2012-2016 PhD candidate, Psychology, Uppsala University
2012-2012 Lecturer in psychology, Södertörn University College
2010-2012 Research assistant in the Social Psychology Lab, Stockholm University
2010-2011 Lecturer in applied criminology, Mid Sweden University
2016 Ph.D. Psychology, Uppsala University
2010 M.Sc. Psychology, Uppsala University
2009 B. Sc. Psychology, Stockholm University
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