Nadira Faber

Nadira Faber currently is a research fellow in experimental psychology at the University of Oxford, funded by the Oxford Martin School. She obtained a BSc and an MSc in psychology at the University of Munich (Germany) and did a three-year PhD in social and economic psychology at the University of Göttingen (Germany). After that, Nadira worked for three years at the University of Oxford and Delft University of Technology as a post-doctoral researcher.


Behavioral Science May Hold Some Keys to Climate Change

As we are often reminded, we urgently and drastically need to limit our use of one shared resource – fossil fuels – and its effect on another – the climate. But how realistic is this goal, both for national leaders and for us? Well, psychology may hold some answers.

7 years ago