Maddie will be completing a Master of Applied Science on the topic “Investigating How Social Norms and Vegan Stereotypes Contribute Towards Motivation to Reduce Animal Product Consumption” under the supervision of Emily Kothe, Anna Klas, and Mathew Ling and starts her candidature today.
The award is for Anna’s PhD thesis entitled “Pro-environmentalism: Environmentalist Social Identity, Environmentalist Stereotypes, and Green Consumerism Engagement” which she submitted in October 2016 and graduated from in June 2017.
I'm a bit late to the party but my #sasp2018 talk "What can say what: Investigating source and message effects in climate change communications" can now be found on the SASP2018 OSF page here https://t.co/9hdLzmu6wB along with all other talks here https://t.co/YbzdWVhNud— Dr Anna Klas (@annaklas_) April 23, 2018
My talk from #sasp2018 "Investigating the short-term familiarity backfire effect in the context of vaccination" is now available on the SASP2018 OSF Meeting Repo. My talk here: https://t.co/usaNx8boDV but access all the talks uploaded so far at https://t.co/4ARyOUFw3M— Dr Emily Kothe (@emilyandthelime) April 17, 2018
My #sasp2018 presentation "Worldview Backfire in the Context of Ideologically-Tailored Climate Change Messaging" pptx is now up on the SASP OSF Repo with other wonderful talks. My talk is here https://t.co/pHMulewdJF and the SASP 2018 OSF is at https://t.co/GOvCFPsLOQ— Eddie Clarke (@EddieJRClarke) April 17, 2018
Eddie Clarke, Anna Klas, and Emily Kothe will all be heading over to Wellington for SASP2018 in early April.
We will be presenting some hot off the press data related to projects we’ve run over the last 12 months. If you’re coming to SASP we look forward to seeing you there, if not never fear we’ll keep your up to date so you don’t miss out.
The Misinformation Lab is very excited about the nine 4th year students who will be joining us this year.
Welcome guys, looking forward to meeting everyone at our next lab meeting.
Congratulations to Eddie Clarke on formally graduating his PhD today.
Dr Clarke’s thesis “Climate Change Denial: The Effects of Ideological Polarisation and Threat” used system justification theory and political ideology to understand sub-types of climate change denial.
We’re very happy to welcome Dr Clarke to the academy and look forward to working with him for years to come.