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Research stay at Princeton University
Posted on Mon, Oct 22 2018
At the beginning of October I moved to the USA for a research stay at the Behavioral Science for Policy Lab
at Princeton University. During the next few months, I will work together with Elke Weber
to address questions regarding the generalizability of the construct risk preference (and potentially other personality dimensions) to sustainability- and energy-related decision making, as well as regarding the basic cognitive processes driving risk perceptions in these domains. Princeton has a thriving academic life, with numerous interesting talks at the various departments. Last but not least, the campus itself is phenomenal, including many beautiful libraries and quiet spaces to get a lot of work done!