The work of Psychology graduate Charlotte Wharton on "Manipulating the psychological distance of climate change" has been recognised with a special commendation in the Jonathan Sime Award. Read about Charlotte's work here.
Congratulations to @WarwickPsych’s Charlotte Wharton who’s final year project (supervised by Dr Jesse Preston) on "Manipulating the psychological distance of climate change: key dimensions and their effects on various mitigation behaviours" has received a special commendation from the @SurryPsych’s Jonathan Sime Award. Read an abstract of Charlotte’s project here: https://www.surrey.ac.uk/school-psychology/about/jonathan-sime-award . In memory of Jonathan Sime, this is an award to recognises a significant contribution to the field of people-environment research in an undergraduate dissertation. #climatechange
Congratulations to Professor Adam Sanborn who was part of the research team receiving the 2020 Best article award in the Journal of Behavior Research Methods.
Each year, the @Psychonomic_Soc recognizes the most outstanding papers published in each of its 7 journals. Read the teams award-winning paper on "Identifying category representations for complex stimuli using discrete Markov chain Monte Carlo with people" here: bit.ly/2ZPZXwG
Identifying category representations for complex stimuli using discrete Markov chain Monte Carlo with people