Naseem Dillman-Hasso

Lab Manager at the Perception Lab

Carleton College


Naseem Dillman-Hasso is a psychology graduate from Carleton College. His research interests include environmental psychology, speech perception, and open science. He is the lab manager at Dr. Julia Strand‘s Perception Lab. While a student at Carleton, he conducted independent environmental psychology research with Dr. Deborah Gross. He will be attending (the) Ohio State University’s School for Environment and Natural Resoures for a PhD with Dr. Robyn Wilson and Dr. Nicole Sintov.


  • Environmental Psychology
  • Open Science
  • Improving Methodology
  • Climate Change
  • Speech Perception


  • Ph.D. Candidate in Environmental and Natural Resources, Present

    The Ohio State University

  • BA in Psychology, 2020

    Carleton College

Recent Publications

Understanding Speech amid the Jingle and Jangle: Recommendations for Improving Measurement Practices in Listening Effort Research

Listening effort measures are rarely correlated. This paper argues for a need to think about measurement, especially in the context of …

The nature buffer: the missing link in climate change and mental health research

Nature and climate change independently affect mental health. This paper argues for a need to look at how climate change is affecting …

What accounts for individual differences in susceptibility to the McGurk effect?

Lipreading ability accounts for part of the variability in McGurk susceptibility, but the rest is largely unknown.