Hi! I am a PhD candidate at the Department of Leadership & Organizational Behavior at BI Norwegian Business School. I am also affiliated with Trope Lab at New York University’s Department of Psychology. My PhD project seeks to understand how emotions and psychological distance influence decisions involving risk and uncertainty. I am a big fan of open and reproducible science, and an avid user of . I set up the first ReproducibiliTea journal club in Norway, that I’m currently co-running with a colleague. The goal of our journal club is to raise awareness of open science and reproducibility (see “Projects” for more info). I am also a local node leader for Norway’s Reproducibility Network (NORRN) .
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PhD in Organizational Behavior, present
BI Norwegian Business School, Department of Leadership and Organizational Behavior
MSc in Leadership & Organizational Psychology, 2018
BI Norwegian Business School, Norway
BSc in Business & Economics, 2016
Mälardalen University, Sweden
Together with researchers at University of Oslo and Østfold University College, we wrote a short piece (in Norwegian) that announces the establishment of the Norwegian Reproducibility Network ( NORRN)—a national initiative aimed at improving the transparency and reproducibility of research in Norway.
I was interviewed to share my thoughts on how leaders can improve their decision making by better understanding the role of emotions. The interviewed appeared in an article (in Norwegian) published in a Norwegian business newspaper that can be accessed👉 here .