Eliza Jordan

Eliza Jordan is a Research Intern at Trilateral Research.

Eliza is part of the Applied Research and Innovation team, working primarily on the SOTER project, researching the human factors linked to cyber-security practices in the financial sector; and the EUNOMIA project, exploring factors surrounding false information consumption and tools to support social media users to critically engage with online information. Her main interests include socioemotional competencies, understanding how people think and interact and how our individual perspectives are influenced by culture.

Research Background

Eliza holds a MSc from the University of Surrey in Developmental Psychology in Research and Practice. She has conducted and assisted various research projects, including the Children’s Voice for a new Human Space project, initiated by the Council of Europe, which examines children’s views on intercultural and democratic competencies in five European countries.

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