Mirra Seigerman

Mirra Robin Seigerman is a research assistant who works with the lab, he is currently undertaking a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology.

Research Assistant, Behavioural Lab RMIT

Mirra Robin Seigerman is a research assistant who works with the lab. He is currently undertaking a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology at The University of Melbourne and holds a Graduate Diploma in Psychology (University of Melbourne) and Double Degree in Arts/Music (Monash University). Mirra’s research interests include behavioural decision-making, social and moral psychology, and clinical psychology. Specifically, he has researched the effects of persuasive communications on meat consumption, attitudes towards the adoption of low-carbon behaviours, and the effects of online product review presentation on consumer preferences. His first publication in the international journal Appetite is due out later this year.  

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