Postdoctoral researcher, Department of political science, Aarhus University, Denmark
I am a political psychologist with a background in philosophy, sociology, political science, and social psychology. I conduct cross-cultural experiments and develop evolutionary theory to understand the cognitive biases that arise from people having strong moral convictions on controversial topics, especially in contexts of polarisation and (perceived) intergroup conflict. I am currently a member of the ROPH team in Aarhus, Denmark, supervised by Michael Bang Petersen.
I like IPA beer, fixing bikes, tailoring clothes, cinema, Thaï food and a bunch of other stuff.