In my PhD, I am researching climate activism and emotional responses to the climate crisis. In a collaboration with clinical psychologists in Sweden (https://www.terrapi.se/en/), I study how young people think and feel about climate change. The PhD-project, supervised by Christian Klöckner, is part of the Norwegian Center for Energy Transition Strategies (ntnu.edu/ntrans).
Before starting at NTNU, I worked in a social and experimental psychology research group at the University of Gothenburg, where I did research on political polarization and attitudinal change. I have also conducted clinical and applied research on stress-related exhaustion. I use both qualitative and quantitative methods.