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Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication

Research Interests: I study how individuals and groups make decisions and respond to social dilemmas. I build quantitative laboratory, survey, and field studies on communication and behavior in social contexts with a focus on motivations, identity, comprehension, and informed policy decisions. My methods include scale development and validation, model testing, multi-level/SEM, meta-analysis, implicit measurement, reproducible and documented code, and systematic review.

Publications

A modest proposal for restoration ecology
C Brick
– Restoration Ecology
(2019)
27,
485
Time to wake up to climate change
C Brick, S Van der Linden
– PSYCHOLOGIST
(2018)
31,
2
Winners and losers: Communicating the potential impacts of policies
C Brick, ALJ Freeman, S Wooding, WJ Skylark, TM Marteau, DJ Spiegelhalter
– Palgrave Communications
(2018)
4,
69
Time to wake up to climate change
C Brick, S Van Der Linden
– The Psychologist
(2018)
31,
4
Winners and Losers: Communicating the Potential Impacts of Policies: Commentary on Zeller.
C Brick, DJ Spiegelhalter
– Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco
(2019)
21,
336
Yawning at the apocalypse
C Brick, S van der Linden
– Psychologist
(2018)
31,
30
Explicit (but not implicit) environmentalist identity predicts pro-environmental behavior and policy preferences
C Brick, CK Lai
– Journal of Environmental Psychology
(2018)
58,
8
Gender inequity in speaking opportunities at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
HL Ford, C Brick, K Blaufuss, PS Dekens
– Nat Commun
(2018)
9,
1358
Personality trait effects on green household installations
A Busic-Sontic, C Brick
– Collabra Psychology
(2018)
4,
8
When stereotype threat does not impair performance, self-affirmation can be harmful
D Voisin, C Brick, B Vallée, A Pascual
– Self and Identity
(2019)
18,
331
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