Madelyn Pardon

PhD Candidate

Madelyn is a PhD candidate in Psychology at James Cook University, Townsville. Her research broadly focuses on individual’s perception of water security. She is interested in how an individual attends to, perceives and responds to threat information in the environmental context. Her research aims to provide recommendations for how to more effectively communicate environmental threat information with the greater outcome of increasing environmental behaviour.

Thesis title: Investigating effective communication: Exploring individuals’ cognitive difference and environmental behaviours

Supervisors: Dr Anne Swinbourne and Dr Connar McShane

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