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I am an Assistant Professor in Applied Psychology at the University of Nottingham, UK.

My research investigates people's beliefs, feelings and action tendencies regarding environmental issues. Current topics of interest include climate and mental health, climate justice, eco-anxiety, and resilience. Meaningful representation of people from diverse social and cultural contexts is a key value underlying my work.

After completing a PhD at the University of St Andrews, I held positions at the University of Bergen and De Montfort University, Leicester, before joining the University of Nottingham.

I currently hold editorial positions with Plos Mental Health, Global Environmental Psychology, and Personality and Individual Differences.

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