Carnegie Mellon University

Baruch Fischhoff

August 22, 2017

Scientific American Cites Fischhoff's Research on Climate Change Polarization

Scientific American article cites a study by Engineering and Public Policy Professor Baruch Fischhoff and Social and Decision Sciences alumna Caitlyn Drummond. The study finds that polarization around scientific issues such as climate change is not due to a lack of education, but actually increases with more education.

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