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.
Ph.D. Candidate in Environmental and Natural Resources, Present
The Ohio State University
BA in Psychology, 2020
Listening effort measures are rarely correlated. This paper argues for a need to think about measurement, especially in the context of listening effort.
Nature and climate change independently affect mental health. This paper argues for a need to look at how climate change is affecting nature access, and how that buffer affects mental health.