Matthew Sisco
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Matthew Sisco

Matt is a PhD student at Columbia University in the department of psychology and is a data science IGERT fellow with the computer science department.

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Matthew Sisco

Matt is a PhD student at Columbia University in the department of psychology and is a data science IGERT fellow with the computer science department. He is also a member of the Behavioral Science for Policy Lab at Princeton University. Before starting his PhD, Matt was the program coordinator for the Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (CRED). His research interests are at the intersection of behavioral science, environmental decisions, and computer science. Matt’s work with EIEE focuses on behavioral aspects of climate change. His methods include observational analyses using automatically retrievable data (e.g. historical news data, social media data, etc.) and behavioral experiments.

Sisco M.R., Pianta S., Weber E.U., Bosetti V.

Global climate marches sharply raise attention to climate change: Analysis of climate search behavior in 46 countries

Journal of Environmental Psychology , Volume 75, June 2021, 101596 - 2021

Emmerling J., Navarro P., Sisco M.R.

Subjective Well-Being at the Macro Level—Empirics and Future Scenarios

Social Indicators Research , 13 April 2021 - 2021

Pianta S., Sisco M. R.

A hot topic in hot times: how media coverage of climate change is affected by temperature abnormalities

Environmental Research Letters , Volume 15, Number 11 - 2020