Masters of Clinical Psychology student
Kylie Willows is a current Masters of Clinical Psychology candidate at the University of Sydney. Her master's research thesis is a qualitative investigation into the emotional, social and behavioural impact on those who have decided not to have children due to their concerns about climate change. Kylie’s psychology honours thesis investigated the “Greta Thunberg Effect” on collective action intentions in the Australian context. It investigated the predictors (e.g., climate change risk perceptions, eco-anger, and belief in the effectiveness of collective action) of people's engagement with collective actions on climate change. Outside of university, Kylie enjoys reading, cooking, bushwalking and yoga.
Writing to come.