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  1. Environmental Psychology (previously Policy and Social Behaviour)
  2. What is Kobo Super Points?
  3. Associate Professor Kelly Fielding - School of Psychology - University of Queensland

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Exploring Sustainability through Psychology

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Environmental Psychology (previously Policy and Social Behaviour)

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The Psychology of Green Organizations brings together a number of researchers to review leading research in different areas of organizational environmental sustainability. In so doing, it consolidates available knowledge on employees' contributions to corporate environmental initiatives, stimulates future empirical research on this topic, and provides recommendations as to how organizations can improve their environmental performance through their employees.

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An environmental psychology researcher may investigate the challenges that arise from the interactions between people with natural and constructed environments. They will use research methods, data measurements and literature analyses to construct theories, test hypotheses, create models, propose new concepts and administer questionnaires.

Environmental psychology researcher may use statistical tools to evaluate data from behavioral measurements and controlled questionnaires. Their ultimate goal is to assess how environmental factors impact individual attitudes and collective behaviors. An environmental psychology researcher may explore how uninformed attitudes and indifferent behaviors negatively affect special environment and geographies. For example, they may study water conservation attitudes in arid climates, public transit problems in crowded cities and anonymous littering in rural areas.

Associate Professor Kelly Fielding - School of Psychology - University of Queensland

Most of their projects conclude with the preparation and presentation of reports to a variety of audiences and publications, including industry magazines and scientific journals. Municipal governments, regional organizations and private think tanks may hire consulting environmental psychologists to research various things. For instance, a city may hire them to conduct a meta study into the factors that influence people where they choose to live.

The psychology consultant may research how environmental factors make certain neighborhoods less or more attractive to home buyers.

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Many cities conduct similar studies as part of their long-term plans to reduce urban sprawl. Ideally, environmental psychology consultants will isolate the factors that realtors and property developers can use to increase the density of sparsely populated, inner-city communities. These same consultants may be hired by city planners who want to redevelop, gentrify and improve rundown neighborhoods.