I am a researcher in social and political psychology at the Institute for Futures Studies (Stockholm, Sweden). The overall goal of my research is to explore differences in our ways of perceiving and interpreting the world around us, and how these differences result in vastly different attitudes and behavioral patterns.
I am originally from Finland, but live currently in Sweden. I have also lived in New Zealand, UK and the US, but define myself as a global citizen. When I'm not working, I’m probably watching some good TV series, exercising at the gym, climbing, snowboarding, taking photographs, wandering around in forests, learning Spanish, or tasting some good beer or whisky with my partner and/or friends.
Institute for Futures Studies: https://www.iffs.se/en/research/researchers/kirsti-jylha/
Climate Social Science Network: https://www.cssn.org/scholar/kirsti-m-jylha/
Google Citations: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=HZOCODwAAAAJ&hl=en