Social psychology (psychology)/Lectures/Environmental

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Completion status: this resource is considered to be complete for the purposes of the Social psychology (psychology) unit in 2008, but others are welcome to add to it. Click on one of the external links to see the lecture.


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The purpose of this lecture is to explore the main themes and foci of environmental psychology and to consider inter-relations between environmental and social psychology.


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There are three readings for this lecture:

  1. Oskamp, S., & Schultz, P. W. (1998). Environmental issues: Energy and resource conservation. In S. Oskamp & P. W. Schultz (1998). Applied social psychology (2nd ed.) (Ch11, pp. 205 - 228). Prentice Hall: Upper Saddle River, NJ.
  2. Sundstrom, E., Bell, P. A., Busby, P. L., & Asmus, C. (1996). Environmental psychology 1989–1994. Annual Review of Psychology, 47, 485-512.

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