About Flavio Azevedo
I'm a political psychologist, Fulbright fellow, and associate researcher at Cambridge's Social Decision-Making Lab. My research focuses on ideology, how to measure it, and its role in justifying social and economic injustices. I'm the principal investigator of The Psychology of Political Behavior Studies (PPBS), an ongoing series of quota-based national cross-sections and panel studies in Political Psychology. I co-founded and direct FORRT —Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training— an award-winning interdisciplinary initiative aiming to integrate open scholarship principles into higher education. I tweet about psychology, political science, open science, and statistics @Flavio_Azevedo_. To learn more about my research, check out my personal website.