PhD Research Student
Hebba joined the School of Psychology in October 2009, having been awarded an ESRC CASE studentship on the dynamics of communicating climate change information. This is part of the ESRC-funded Capacity Building Cluster in Sport, Leisure and Tourism at the University of Exeter and is in collaboration with the Met Office.
Before joining Exeter, Hebba worked as a researcher for three and a half years at the Centre for Transport & Society, at the University of the West of England, Bristol where she worked on projects funded by the EPSRC, BBSRC and the DfT. Prior to this she completed an MSc in Environmental Psychology at the University of Surrey.
More detail on current and previous research projects, and output can be found under the Research link.
- Social, Economic, Environmental and Organisational Research Group (SEEORG)
- Identity and the Psychology of Self in Society (IPSIS)
- Centre for Sport, Leisure and Tourism Research
|Address||Washington Singer Laboratories
College of Life and Environmental Sciences
University of Exeter