About me 


My research uses insights from decision psychology and behavioral science to understand environmental and health behavior, so as to inform behavior change interventions. In my work, I am focusing on the interaction of social and cognitive factors (e.g., individual differences in cognitive processing, and risk perception) that can help to facilitate sustainable and healthy behaviors. With a background in psychology, I am using quantitative research methods including lab experiments, field studies, and randomized control trials. My goal is to conduct cross-disciplinary research that 1) has real-world applications for public and health policy, 2) has the potential to positively impact society by promoting health and environmental equity and 3) provides new insights into psychological processes of judgments and decision making. 


Current Projects 

Recent Publications


You can also find me on   Twitter, Linkedin, Scholar and the Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics 

Get in touch at patrycja [dot] sleboda [at] gmail [dot] com