Jacob Sohlberg is a postdoctoral researcher at the Multidisciplinary Opinion and Democracy Research Group at the University of Gothenburg. He received his Ph.D. in 2011 at Stony Brook University in the United States. In 2012 and 2013, Sohlberg held a temporary position as an assistant professor at Lund University.
Sohlberg is doing research in the field of political psychology. In this subfield, he studies how social desirability affects answers to survey questions and how political elites influence attitudes on climate change.
Sohlberg has taught a number of courses. At the University of Gothenburg, his teaching is focused on political behavior and comparative politics. At Lund University, he trained students in quantitative methods, political psychology and international politics. As a doctoral student at Stony Brook University, Sohlberg taught courses in American politics, American foreign policy, comparative politics and survey methodology. He has also supervised thesis writing at all three universities.
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