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June A. Flora

Energy & Human Behavior Change Researcher

June A. Flora, PhD, is a senior research scientist at Stanford University’s Human Sciences and Technologies Advanced Research Institute (HSTAR) and Solutions Science Lab in the Department of Pediatrics.
Her research focuses on understanding the drivers of human behavior change and the potential of communication interventions. Her research is solution-focused on climate change and health behavior change. She is currently studying the role of energy use feedback delivered through motivationally framed online applications; the potential of children and youth delivered energy reduction interventions to motivate parent behavior change, and the effects of entertainment-education interventions to change behavior.  
Dr. Flora earned her PhD from Arizona State University in Educational Psychology in 1976. She has held faculty positions at the University of Utah and Stanford University.