Daniel Chapman, PhD
Dr. Daniel Chapman is a social scientist interested in developing and applying behavioral theory to promote pro-environmental and pro-social outcomes. His primary areas of expertise include environmental social science, communications, and research methods. He has conducted research on topics such as charitable donations, visualization in environmental journalism, sustainable behaviors in catch-and-release fisheries, and community resilience. Daniel collaborates with academics and organizations in North America, South America, and Europe. His work has been published in a variety of academic journals (e.g., Nature Climate Change, Health Communication, Journal of Consumer Behaviour) and featured in press outlets such as Scientific American, the Washington Post, and the Guardian. After completing his PhD at UMass Amherst, Dan was a science communication researcher in the Annenberg Public Policy Center (University of Pennsylvania) and a research fellow in the Yale Law School. Away from work, Dan enjoys hiking with his dog, biking, music production, and cooking.
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