Mr Joseph Sherlock

Mr Joseph Sherlock

PhD student

Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science

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Key Expertise
Applied Behavioural Science, Large Field Experiments

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PhD Topic: Using Behavioural Science to understand and improve the relationships we form with government

PhD Supervisors: Professor Liam Delaney and Professor Paul Dolan

Joseph Sherlock is a Principal Behavioral Scientist at Duke University where he leads a team focusing on using behavioral science to bring innovation into civic society. He is also PhD candidate at the London School of Economics, where he is exploring how behavioral ideas can increase trust in elections and enable pro-environmental behavioral spillovers. His passion is using behavioral science as a vehicle for evidence based and evidence generating innovation.

Joseph has a First-Class Psychology degree from the University of Bath and holds an MSc in Social Policy from The London School of Economics.

Expertise Details

Applied Behavioural Science; Large Field Experiments

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