My most recent projects (too new for published peer-reviewed articles) concern public opinion about the climate and ecological emergencies, (1) in the context of Covid (an example pre-print), and (2) with regard to the effects of non-violent direct action (preliminary reports here).
Other current research focuses on social behaviour in young children, including studies of moral development and the understanding of others’ actions. There are further details of my research interests on my personal home-page.
Research group membership
Developmental Research Group, Centre for Psychological Research
Applied Social Psychology, Centre for Psychological Research
Research grants and awards
2013 – 2018: Co-applicant. The social foundation of cognition. Knut och Alice Wallenbergs Stiftelse. £620,000 (8,000,000 Swedish crowns).
2013 – 2017: Co-applicant. Developmental social cognition and action understanding. European Research Council: ERC-StG CACTUS 312292. £1,080,000 (13,900,000 Swedish crowns).
2012 – 2015: Principle investigator. Early moral development: from infants’ prosocial preferences to co-operation between pre-schoolers. Swedish research council: 421-2011-1785. £210,000 (2,700,000 Swedish crowns).
2009 – 2012: Principle investigator. A psychological perspective on early moral development. The Swedish foundation for humanities and social sciences: P2008-01039:1. £160,000 (2,040,000 Swedish crowns).