Psychology of sustainability : an applied perspective
- Robert G. Jones.
- New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015.
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- Physical description
- viii, 342 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
- Jones, Robert G. (Robert Gordon), 1955- author.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-329) and index.
- Series Foreword. Acknowledgements. 1. Applied Psychology and the Environment 2. The Determinist in Us All 3. Differences among People 4. Opening the Black Box 5. Social Contexts 6. Development, Identity Formation, and Motivation 7. Learning and Behavior Change 8. Processes in Applied Psychology 9.Organizational Interventions 10. Broad Interventions 11. The Adaptive Capacity Scorecard.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Psychology of Sustainability: An Applied Perspective examines the many psychological factors that lead to human behavioral effects on the environment. Each chapter will apply elements from a basic research area into the context of criteria specific to sustainability. Increased interest has led many universities to offer courses on "Psychology of Sustainability." This book is the perfect text to provide an introduction to the subject. Throughout the book, readers will find new ways of framing questions related to human adaptability and evolutionary psychology. Psychology of Sustainability is ideal for students or professionals who are looking to contribute to the conversation.
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