Caroline is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Maine. She completed her B.A. in Economics and Environmental Science at Boston College and holds an M.S. in Resource Economics and Policy and a Ph.D. in Economic Psychology from the University of Maine. Caroline’s research interests include behavioral and experimental environmental economics with a particular focus on how people process and utilize information. She is currently working on projects that examine the role of risk perceptions, choice architecture, valuation of the environment and environmental motivation in natural resource decision-making. Caroline enjoys the opportunity to engage with decision-makers on research and is pleased to be able to conduct work in her home state of Maine.