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University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute

 

Biography

Claudia Schneider received her PhD in Psychology from Columbia University. Her work lies at the intersection of decision science and applied social psychology. She studies the communication of uncertainty about evidence, for instance in the context of climate change forecasts. Additionally, her research explores avenues for motivating prosocial behavior to address real world social issues, such as climate change mitigation or intergroup conflict. Towards this end, she has consulted on development work, lead intervention projects, and conducted field research in Africa, Latin America, and India, in addition to lab-based research in Europe and the US.

Geographical region

Central Asia
Europe
North America
West Africa
Postdoctoral Research Associate

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Public Health
Social
Climate Change
Conservation
Risk
Sustainability
Psychology