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Daniel Chapman received his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Daniel’s research broadly focuses on the intersection of environmental conservation, behavioral science, and international relations, with an emphasis on examining human dimensions of resource management, risk communication strategies, and methods of understanding and improving environmental decision-making. Daniel was formerly the William J. Henrich Postdoctoral Fellow in the Annenberg Center for Advanced Study in Communication at the Annenberg Public Policy Center. In that position, Daniel examined the roles of social and cognitive biases, political polarization, and science curiosity in shaping and overcoming barriers to effective science communication. In addition, Daniel is a Research Scientist with the See Change Institute, a group of researchers and practitioners working to apply behavioral science insights to large-scale social problems (e.g., household energy efficiency, humanitarian disasters).

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