Seth Rosenthal

Seth Rosenthal is a project director and research methodologist at the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication (YPCCC) where he manages the semiannual Climate Change in the American Mind survey—a nationally representative survey of Americans’ beliefs, attitudes, and feelings about global warming. He also collaborates on experimental work to determine effective ways to communicate with the public about global warming. Before coming to YPCCC, Seth was the director of opinion research at the Merriman River Group, where he specialized in election and issues-based polling. He holds a PhD in experimental psychopathology from Harvard and has published peer-reviewed research on narcissism, self-esteem, positive intergroup attitudes, and leadership.