top of page

Hi! I'm Stylianos Syropoulos. I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society and the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Boston College.

  • My research focuses on moral, intergenerational and environmental decision making, particularly within the context of climate change.

  • Moral decision-making: I investigate how people's virtues, values and traits influence how they see others and how they are seen by others, especially when they engage in public and counter-normative behaviors hoping to inspire social change.

  • Intergenerational decision-making: I investigate how perceptions of previous generations, and our perceived obligation to future generations influences our decisions across a variety of contexts and domains.

  • Environmental decision-making: I investigate how various individual differences and social influences impact our environmental and decision making, our engagement in proenvironmental behavior, climate action and our support for climate policies.

  • Finally, I am also engaged in the study of the psychology of peace and violence. Specifically, I am interested in the antecedents and consequences of intergroup conflict. In this field of research, I place a particular focus on the role of national identity.

bottom of page