Nicole Sintov

Environment and Natural Resources
Faculty

Assistant Professor

As an environmental psychologist, I view today’s most pressing environmental problems as products of human decision-making and behavior; changing behavior is therefore an essential element in creating a sustainable future for humankind. Broadly, my research focuses on intervening with human behavior and understanding the processes of behavior change.

The vast majority of my work is interdisciplinary, involving collaboration with experts from other field(s) to synthesize across two or more disciplines, leading to the establishment of new levels of discourse and integration of knowledge. I look forward to finding new collaborators going forward. Additionally, most of my work is conducted in the field, advancing understanding of how people change outside of the lab and in the real world.

 

Nicole Sintov
469 Kottman Hall
2021 Coffey Rd.
Columbus, OH 43210