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I utilize field experiments, large N surveys, and mixed-methods to study the impact of war and displacement on individuals' political psychology.
My current research examines the effects of 1) exposure to violence and 2) incorporation in settlement countries on refugees' social and political preferences. Empirically, I focus on displacement from the wars in Iraq and Syria across multiple asylum countries within the Middle East and Europe using a combination of surveys, field experiments and qualitative interviews.
Main Financial Support
- 3-Year International Postdoc. Swedish Research Council. Principal Investigator (2017-2019).
- 3-Year Project Grant. Swedish Research Council. Author/Co-Applicant (2015-2017).
- Convenor, Social Psychological Foundations of Conflict (MA level)
- Assistant Supervisor, Kyungmee Kim (PhD Candidate, Uppsala University)
- Assistant Supervisor, Dogukan Cansin Karakus (PhD Candidate, University of Göttingen)
- MA Thesis supervisor
Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals
- Visiting Researcher, Centre for the Study of Civil War, Peace Research Institute Oslo, Norway. April-May 2010.
- Marie Curie Pre-Doctoral Fellow, Centre for Conflict Studies, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. Jan-Dec 2008.