Dr Gabriella Eriksson

Profile

Qualifications

BSc Psychology, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University (Sweden), 2008.

MSc Psychology, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University (Sweden), 2010.

PhD Psychology, Department of Psychology, Stockholm University (Sweden), 2014.

Experience

Dr. Gabriella Eriksson has a research background within psychology and judgement and decision making. Most of her research focuses on exploring judgmental biases in driver decision making with the aim to predict choices and to find means to aid drivers in making more accurate judgements. Her research won her the Swedish Risk Academy Special Prize to a Promising Junior Researcher in 2014 and the Nordic Road Associations Scholarship in 2015.

Gabriella has been awarded a 2-year Marie Skodowska-Curie fellowship hosted by Leeds University Business School. Her project focuses on applying risk communication strategies to reduce speeding-related risks in driver behaviour. She also holds a position as a research fellow at the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute.  

Research project at the Leeds University Business School (UK):

Applying Risk Communication Strategies to Reduce Speeding-Related Risks (EU Marie Skodowska-Curie IF)

Applying risk communication strategies to reduce speeding-related risks

Research groups and institutes

  • Centre for Decision Research