Alia Dietsch

Assistant Professor
Faculty

Specific research interests include:

  • Human cognition (e.g., values, attitudes) and behavior
  • Urbanization and demographic change
  • Public trust in governing authorities
  • Climate change
  • Human-wildlife conflict, particularly carnivores
  • Noncompliance
  • Methods (e.g., multilevel modeling, survey/sampling, geospatial)
  • Exotic pet ownership