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Dr Matt Williams PhD, MA, GDipArts, BBS

Senior Lecturer in Psychology: Research Methods and Methodology

Doctoral Supervisor
School of Psychology

My research is focused on two main topics:

  1. Metapsychology and methodology. In particular, I investigate the assumptions underlying statistical analyses, and how we can improve the transparency and replicability of research in psychology.
  2. Misinformation. In particular, I investigate what the public believes about climate change (and why), and the causes of belief in conspiracy theories.

Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: +64 9 414 0800 x43117
    Location: 3.23, School of Psychology
    Campus: Auckland

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Massey University (2016)
  • Master of Arts - Massey University (2010)
  • Graduate Diploma in Arts - Massey University (2007)
  • Bachelor of Business Studies - Massey University (2006)

Certifications and Registrations

  • Licence, Supervisor, Massey University

Prizes and Awards

  • Massey University Vice-Chancellor's Doctoral Scholarship - Massey University (2010)
  • Dean's Award for my PhD thesis. I.e., my PhD thesis, "How well do psychologists’ research methods equip them to contribute to climate change research? A methodological investigation with particular reference to the effects of temperature increase on violent behaviour", was placed on Massey University's Dean's List of Exceptional Theses for 2015. - Massey University (2015)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

  • Psychology of climate change
  • Beliefs in conspiracy theories
  • Meta-psychology

Thematics

21st Century Citizenship, Resource Development and Management, Health and Well-being

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Applied Statistics (010401):
Health, Clinical and Counselling Psychology (170106):
Mathematical Sciences (010000):
Personality, Abilities and Assessment (170109): Psychological Methodology, Design and Analysis (170110): Psychology (170100): Psychology And Cognitive Sciences (170000): Social and Community Psychology (170113):
Statistics (010400)

Keywords

Climate change, conspiracy theories, misinformation, statistics, metapsychology.

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 4 7

Research Outputs

Journal

Henry, N., Donkin, L., Williams, M., & Pedersen, M. (2022). mHealth Technologies for Managing Problematic Pornography Use: Content Analysis.. JMIR Form Res. 6(10), e39869
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Valdes, EA., Liu, JH., & Williams, M. (2022). Testing the status-legitimacy hypothesis: Predicting system justification using objective and subjective socioeconomic status in China and the United States. Asian Journal of Social Psychology.
[Journal article]Authored by: Liu, J., Williams, M.
Marques, MD., Hill, SR., Clarke, EJR., Williams, MN., Ling, M., Kerr, JR., . . . Sibley, CG. (2022). Democracy and belief in conspiracy theories in New Zealand. Australian Journal of Political Science. 57(3), 264-279
[Journal article]Authored by: Hill, S., Williams, M.
Beaudry, JL., Williams, MN., Philipp, MC., & Kothe, EJ. (2022). What do Incoming University Students Believe About Open Science Practices in Psychology?. Teaching of Psychology.
[Journal article]Authored by: Philipp, M., Williams, M.
Gibson, C., Williams, M., Ross, K., & de Vries, N. (2022). Distress, self-efficacy, feeling informed and the Babble app: A New Zealand neonatal parent sample. Journal of Neonatal Nursing.
[Journal article]Authored by: Ross, K., Williams, M.
Doyle, EEH., Harrison, SE., Hill, SR., Williams, M., Paton, D., & Bostrom, A. (2022). Eliciting mental models of science and risk for disaster communication: A scoping review of methodologies. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 77
[Journal article]Authored by: Hill, S., Hudson-Doyle, E., Williams, M.
Dodge, A., Gibson, C., Williams, M., & Ross, K. (2022). Exploring the needs and coping strategies of New Zealand parents in the neonatal environment. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health. 58(6), 1060-1065
[Journal article]Authored by: Ross, K., Williams, M.
Williams, MN., Marques, MD., Hill, SR., Kerr, JR., & Ling, M. (2022). Why are beliefs in different conspiracy theories positively correlated across individuals? Testing monological network versus unidimensional factor model explanations. British Journal of Social Psychology. 61(3), 1011-1031
[Journal article]Authored by: Hill, S., Williams, M.
Feather, G., & Williams, M. (2022). The moderating effects of psychological flexibility and psychological inflexibility on the relationship between climate concern and climate-related distress. Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science. 23, 137-143
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MN., & Edwards, SR. (2022). Conceptual replication of Seo (2008), “Self-efficacy as a mediator in the relationship between self-oriented perfectionism and academic procrastination”. Current Issues in Personality Psychology. 10(2), 98-111
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Marques, MD., Ling, M., Williams, MN., Kerr, JR., & McLennan, J. (2022). Australasian Public Awareness and Belief in Conspiracy Theories: Motivational Correlates. Political Psychology. 43(1), 177-198
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MN., & Hill, SR. (2022). Inferences about the effect of lockdowns on mental health require causal identification strategies. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health. 58(1), 216-217
[Journal article]Authored by: Hill, S., Williams, M.
Brown, NJL., van Rongen, J., van der Velde, J., & Williams, M. (2021). A reproduction of the results of Onyike et al. (2003). Meta-Psychology. 5
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Gibson, C., Ross, K., Williams, M., & de Vries, N. (2021). The Experiences of Mothers in a Neonatal Unit and Their Use of the Babble App. SAGE Open. 11(2)
[Journal article]Authored by: Ross, K., Williams, M.
Williams, M. (2021). Levels of measurement and statistical analyses. Meta-Psychology. 5 Retrieved from https://open.lnu.se/index.php/metapsychology/article/view/1916
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Garea, SS., Drummond, A., Sauer, JD., Hall, LC., & Williams, MN. (2021). Meta-analysis of the relationship between problem gambling, excessive gaming and loot box spending. International Gambling Studies. 21(3), 460-479
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Marques, MD., Kerr, JR., Williams, MN., Ling, M., & McLennan, J. (2021). Associations between conspiracism and the rejection of scientific innovations. Public Understanding of Science. 30(7), 854-867
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Smith, JH., Kempton, HM., Williams, MN., & van Ommen, C. (2021). Mindfulness as practice: A network analysis of FMI data. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 21(4), 899-909
[Journal article]Authored by: Kempton, H., Van Ommen, C., Williams, M.
Kember, SM., & Williams, MN. (2021). Autism in Aotearoa: Is the RAADS-14 a Valid Tool for a New Zealand Population?. European Journal of Psychological Assessment. 37(3), 247-257
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Holman, MS., & Williams, MN. (2020). Young New Zealanders’ beliefs about youth suicide and how it can be prevented. New Zealand Journal of Psychology. 49(1), 22-28
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Scott-Campbell, C., & Williams, M. (2020). Validating the Workplace Dignity Scale. Collabra: Psychology. 6(1)
[Journal article]Authored by: Scott-Campbell, C., Williams, M.
Williams, MN., & Jaftha, BA. (2020). Perceptions of Powerlessness Are Negatively Associated with Taking Action on Climate Change: A Preregistered Replication. Ecopsychology. 12(4), 257-266
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Holman, MS., & Williams, MN. (2020). Suicide Risk and Protective Factors: A Network Approach. Archives of Suicide Research. , 1-18
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MN., & Bond, CMC. (2020). A preregistered replication of “Inoculating the public against misinformation about climate change”. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 70
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MN., & Albers, CJ. (2019). Dealing with distributional assumptions in preregistered research. Meta-Psychology. 3, Retrieved from https://open.lnu.se/index.php/metapsychology/article/view/1592
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
O’donnell, M., Nelson, LD., Ackermann, E., Aczel, B., Akhtar, A., Aldrovandi, S., . . . Steele, KM. (2018). Registered Replication Report: Dijksterhuis and van Knippenberg (1998). Perspectives on Psychological Science. 13(2), 268-294
[Journal article]Authored by: Philipp, M., Williams, M.
Lakens, D., Adolfi, FG., Albers, CJ., Anvari, F., Apps, MAJ., Argamon, SE., . . . Zwaan, RA. (2018). Justify your alpha. Nature Human Behaviour. 2(3), 168-171
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MN., Bååth, RA., & Philipp, MC. (2017). Using Bayes Factors to Test Hypotheses in Developmental Research. Research in Human Development. 14(4), 321-337
[Journal article]Authored by: Philipp, M., Williams, M.
Furness, K., Williams, MN., Veale, JF., & Gardner, DH. (2017). Maximising potential: The psychological effects of the youth development programme project K. New Zealand Journal of Psychology. 46(1), 14-23
[Journal article]Authored by: Gardner, D., Williams, M.
Towers, A., Williams, MN., Hill, SR., Philipp, MC., & Flett, R. (2016). What makes for the most intense regrets? Comparing the effects of several theoretical predictors of regret intensity. Frontiers in Psychology. 7(DEC)
[Journal article]Authored by: Flett, R., Hill, S., Philipp, M., Towers, A., Williams, M.
Williams, MN., Hill, SR., & Spicer, J. (2016). Erratum to: Will climate change increase or decrease suicide rates? The differing effects of geographical, seasonal, and irregular variation in temperature on suicide incidence (Climatic Change, 130, (2015), 519-528, 10.1007/s10584-015-1371-9). Climatic Change. 134(1-2), 341
[Journal article]Authored by: Hill, S., Williams, M.
Veale, JF., & Williams, MN. (2017). The psychometric properties of a brief version of the systemizing quotient. European Journal of Psychological Assessment. 33(3), 173-180
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MN., Hill, SR., & Spicer, J. (2016). Do hotter temperatures increase the incidence of self-harm hospitalisations?. Psychology, Health and Medicine. 21(2), 226-235
[Journal article]Authored by: Hill, S., Williams, M.
Williams, MN., Hill, SR., & Spicer, J. (2015). The relationship between temperature and assault in New Zealand. Climatic Change. 132(4), 559-573
[Journal article]Authored by: Hill, S., Williams, M.
Williams, MN., Hill, SR., & Spicer, J. (2015). Will climate change increase or decrease suicide rates? The differing effects of geographical, seasonal, and irregular variation in temperature on suicide incidence. Climatic Change. 130(4), 519-528
[Journal article]Authored by: Hill, S., Williams, M.
Williams, MN., Grajales, CAG., & Kurkiewicz, D. (2013). Assumptions of multiple regression: Correcting two misconceptions. Practical Assessment, Research and Evaluation. 18(9), 1-14
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MN., Hill, SR., & Spicer, J. (2013). In response to "Temperature and violent crime in Dallas, Texas: Relationships and implications of climate change". Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 14(5), 567
[Journal article]Authored by: Hill, S., Williams, M.
Williams, MWM., & Williams, MN. (2012). Academic Dishonesty, Self-Control, and General Criminality: A Prospective and Retrospective Study of Academic Dishonesty in a New Zealand University. Ethics and Behavior. 22(2), 89-112
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MN., & Jones, LM. (2012). Validating a measure of children's monitoring-blunting coping styles in dental situations. Psychology, Health and Medicine. 17(3), 274-284
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.

Thesis

Williams, MN. (2016). How well do psychologists' research methods equip them to identify the impacts of climate change on behaviour? A methodological investigation with particular reference to the effects of temperature on violent behaviour. (Doctoral Thesis, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand)
[Doctoral Thesis]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MN. (2010). Coping in the chair: A validation study of the Monitoring Blunting Dental Scale. (Master's Thesis)
[Masters Thesis]Authored by: Williams, M.

Conference

Williams, M. (2022, November). Down the rabbit hole? Lessons from psychological research on conspiracy theories [Keynote]. Presented at Presentation at the New Zealand Association of Psychology Teachers annual conference. Auckland.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, M. (2022, November). Meta-scientific reflections on psychological research about conspiracy theories. Presented at UC Meta Colloquium. University of Canterbury, Christchuch.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, M., Ling, M., Kerr, JR., Hill, S., Marques, MD., & Mawson, HS. (2022, February). Changes in beliefs in conspiracy theories in Australasians in 2021: Findings of a longitudinal investigation. Presented at Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine Conference. Online.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Hill, S., Williams, M.
Kember, S., Williams, M., Hill, S., & Taylor, J. (2022, February). Vaccination in Aotearoa: the role of anticipated regret, temporal discounting and maternal mental health. Presented at Australasian Society of Behavioural Health and Medicine Conference
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Hill, S., Taylor, J., Williams, M.
Garea, SS., Drummond, A., Sauer, JD., Hall, LC., & Williams, M. (2021, July). Relationships between Problem Gambling, Excessive Gaming and Loot Box Purchasing Investigated via Meta-Analysis.. Presented at SARMAC Virtual ’21
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Gibson, C., Ross, K., Williams, M., & de Vries, N. (2019). Parents' experiences of the neonatal unit and the role of the Babble App. Poster session presented at the meeting of Paediatric Society of New Zealand 71st Annual Scientific Meeting. Auckland, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Ross, K., Williams, M.
Williams, M. (2019, November). Open access publishing [Invited presentation]. Presented at Massey University College of Humanities and Social Sciences Ka Awatea annual conference. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Philipp, M., & Williams, M.The Open Science Workshop. . Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Other]Authored by: Philipp, M., Williams, M.
Williams, M., & Albers, C. (2018, September). Dealing with Distributional Assumptions in Pre-Registered Research.. Presented at Australasian Open Science Conference. Brisbane, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, M. (2018, November). Research methods in psychology. Presented at New Zealand Association of Psychology Teachers conference. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MN. (2018, April). Why social psychologists using Structural Equation Modelling need to pre-register their studies. Presented at Society of Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP) Conference. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Smith, J., Buttle, H., van Ommen, C., & Williams, MN. (2016, September). Placing mindfulness under the lens: A network analysis. Presented at New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Kempton, H., Van Ommen, C., Williams, M.
Williams, MN., Furness, K., Veale, JF., & Gardner, DH. (2016, September). The effects of Project K on the wellbeing of adolescents: A multilevel model analysis. Presented at New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gardner, D., Williams, M.
Williams, MN. (2016). The robust negative relationship between mean temperature and national suicide rates. Poster session presented at the meeting of 28th Annual Association for Psychological Science Convention. Chicago, United States of America
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MN. (2016, May). Bayes factor null hypothesis tests are still null hypothesis tests. Presented at Modern Modeling Methods conference. Storrs, United States of America.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MN., Hill, SR., & Spicer, J. (2015, August). Will climate change increase or decrease suicide rates. Presented at NZPsS Annual Conference. Hamilton, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Hill, S., Williams, M.
Williams, M., Towers, ., Philipp, MC., & Hill, S. (2014, August). Predictably regretful: A comparison of the effects of time, domain, justification, and life rule contradiction on the intensity of regrets. Presented at New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference: Ka tū, ka oho - Te matai hinengaro me te ao hou: Psychology in a Changing World. Nelson, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Hill, S., Philipp, M., Towers, A., Williams, M.
Williams, MN., & Hill, SR. (2013). Will hotter temperatures increase violent crime rates? The challenges of forecasting behavioural response to climate change. Poster session presented at the meeting of The New Zealand Climate Change Conference 2013. Palmerston North, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Hill, S., Williams, M.
Williams, M., & Jones, LM. (2010, July). Interventions for children’s dental anxiety: Validating a coping styles scale. Presented at New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference 2010: Psychology for a sustainable Future A hinengaro ma tokana a mua. Rotorua, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.

Other

Williams, M. (2022, August). Belief in conspiracy theories: Some recent research in New Zealand and Australia. In Cross-government audience including members from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, NZ Police, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ministry of Education, Corrections, and the Electoral Commission (hosted by Department of Internal Affairs)..
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Marques, M., McLennan, J., Kerr, J., Ling, M., & Williams, M. (2021). Was Phar Lap killed by gangsters? New research shows which conspiracies people believe in and why.
[Internet publication]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, M. (2019, May). Climate change, health, and psychology (Invited presentation: University of Auckland Health Psychology seminar series).
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, M. (2019). Scales of measurement and statistical analyses.
[Internet publication]Authored by: Williams, M.
Brown, N., van Rongen, J., van de Velde, J., & Williams, M. (2019). A Reproduction of the Results of Onyike et al. (2003)..
[Internet publication]Authored by: Williams, M.

Teaching and Supervision

Courses Coordinated

  • 175.746 Psychological Research: Quantitative Data Analysis

Graduate Supervision Statement

My main research interests are:

  1. Misinformation and conspiracy theories. What drives people to believe and spread misinformation?
  2. Metapsychology and methodology. For example, how frequent are numeric reporting errors in published articles? How effective are attention checks when collecting data online?
  3. The relationship between renting and mental health. Dr Clifford van Ommen and I are seeking a doctoral student who is comfortable with quantitative methods to conduct a project on this topic.

Most of my research is quantitative, and I am a strong supporter of open science practices (e.g., preregistration, open data, open materials). I lead the Reproducible Psychology at Albany lab, where students can network with one another in a supportive environment.

Whenever possible, I prefer to work with students who have successfully completed 175.303 The Practice of Psychological Research and 175.746 Psychological Research: Quantitative Data Analysis (or equivalent courses from other institutions).

Availability
I no longer have any space for new supervision in 2023 (with the exception of project #3 listed above). I may have some space in 2024; if you're interested in working together then, please contact me around October 2023.


Dr Matt Williams is available for Doctorial supervision, but not available for Masters supervision.

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Main Supervisor 9 2
Co-supervisor 3 5

Current Doctoral Supervision

Main Supervisor of:

  • Nick Fox - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Anxiety, depression, stress, and belief in conspiracy theories: A longitudinal perspective
  • Tamara McLean - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    A Scale Validation and Prevalence Estimate of Climate Change Anxiety in the General Population
  • Andrew Dodge - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    An Exploration into Gender and Generational Differences in Mental Health Literacy in Australasia
  • Casey Scott-Campbell - Doctor of Philosophy
    Exploring Evolutionary Insights about Suicide
  • Shaun Garea - Doctor of Philosophy
    Loot Boxes and Proximal Gambling Practices Found in Video Games
  • Sarah Kember - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Vaccination in Aotearoa: The role of anticipated regret, temporal discounting, and maternal mental health
  • Mikayla Holman - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    A Temporal Network Analysis of Risk Factors for Suicide
  • Shoni Marshall-Edwards - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Investigating Decision-Regret and Distress Among Psychologists Impacted by Client Suicide
  • Donnella De Silva - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    The Relationship Between Self-Injury, Emotion Regulation, Self-Esteem and Self-Compassion among Young Adults

Co-supervisor of:

  • Brandon McMurtrie - Doctor of Philosophy
    Social Identity, Affective Polarization and belief in Conspiracies
  • Alex Shepherd - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Metacognition in relation to adult cognitive performance
  • Evan Valdes - Doctor of Philosophy
    Investigating the Cross-Cultural Differences of Categorical Thinking on System Justification: Implications for Socioeconomic Status, Political Identity, and Life Satisfaction

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Main Supervisor of:

  • 2022 - Emily Cory - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Non-Suicidal Self-Injury and Perfectionism in Young Adults
  • 2021 - Andrew Walmsley - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    The Right Tool for the Job: An Investigation into Men’s Help-Seeking Behaviours and Attitudes in a sample of New Zealand Construction Workers

Co-supervisor of:

  • 2021 - Brooke Yelavich - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    An Investigation of the Factors Relating to Attendance of Psychological Appointments
  • 2021 - Charlotte Gibson - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Babies and Babble: Parents' Experiences of the Neonatal Unit and the Role of the Babble App
  • 2021 - Natalija Damnjanovic - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    The “ACT-ive” Pursuit of Loss and Gain: The Impact of an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy-based Intervention on Post Weight-Loss Surgery Individuals.
  • 2020 - Aramis Dennan - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    A Dominant Swipe: Does Ambivalent Sexism Impact Young Adults’ Engagement with Dating Applications?
  • 2019 - Joseph Smith - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Network Models of Mindfulness

Media and Links

Media

  • 29 Apr 2021 - Radio
    RNZ The Panel
    I was interviewed about our research on conspiracy theories (Marques et al., 2021) on RNZ's The Panel.
  • 27 May 2021 - Television
    The Project
    Our recent research on beliefs in conspiracy theories was covered on TV3's 'The Project'. (From 12:54 in the video)
  • 21 Mar 2022 - Television
    Te Ao with Moana Season 4 Episode 3
    Interview in episode entitled "Falling down the 'conspiracy theory' rabbit hole - a conversation with survivors"
  • 21 Jun 2015 - Newspaper
    New research finds connection between climate and
    An article in the Sunday Star Times entitled "New research finds connection between climate and crime" discussed my journal article "The relationship between temperature and assault in New Zealand".
  • 18 Mar 2022 - Newspaper
    "They just lose it"
    Koubaridis, A. (2022, March 18). ‘They just lose it’: New theory on anti-vaxxers, conspiracy theorists. Herald Sun.
  • 14 Nov 2021 - Newspaper, Online
    Study to track why Kiwis fall down conspiracy, mis
    Article by Jamie Morton describing my planned longitudinal study.
  • 03 Feb 2022 - Newspaper, Online
    Pourquoi une croyance conspirationniste...
    Pourquoi une croyance conspirationniste en renforce-t-elle d’autres ? [Why does one conspiratorial belief reinforce others?] Article in French on the Belgian news website RTBF by Johanne Montay. Descr
  • 01 Dec 2016 - Online
    Interview:"Who Cares? What's the point?" (podcast)
    I was interviewed on Sarb Johal's "Who cares? What's the point?" podcast, with the episode focusing on my research on climate change and human aggression.
  • 01 Dec 2016 - Online
    Interview: "Who cares? What's the point?" podcast
    My research on climate change and assault resulted in an interview on Sarb Johal's "Who cares? What's the point?" podcast. The interview was subsequently covered on sciblogs.co.nz, which is New Zealan

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