Publications

Environmental, Population & Conservation Psychology Bulletin

The Div. 34 newsletter is published two times a year. It is an unrefereed forum for the sharing of new, ideas, and opinions in population and environmental psychology. There are two issues per year, Fall and Spring, and the deadlines for submissions are around the middle of October and May (respectively). The Spring issue typically contains the abstracts of papers people plan to present at the APA convention. Division members are encouraged to submit news/announcements, opinion pieces, brief research reports, and other articles to the Bulletin. If you are interested in contributing, contact the editor.

Environmental Psychology Journals & Newsletters

The following is a list of major Environmental Psychology newsletters and journals for your reference. The society itself does not publish these items.

  • Human-Animal Interaction
    This is an international, open-access, online, peer-reviewed publication devoted to the dissemination of research in the field of the interaction between non-human animals and their human counterparts.

  • Sustainable Psychologist
    Articles, commentary, news and resources from the Australian Psychological Society’s Psychology and the Environment interest group.

  • Ecopsychology
    Ecopsychology places psychology and mental health disciplines in an ecological context and recognizes the links between human health, culture, and the health of the planet.

  • Environment and Behavior
    Topics include: beliefs, meanings, values and attitudes of individuals or groups concerning various environments such as neighborhoods, cities, transport routes and devices, or recreational areas

  • Environmental Communication: A Journal Of Nature And Culture
    Routledge now produces an online version of the Environmental Communication: A Journal Of Nature And Culture. Information about the journal's aims and scope, editorial board, and so on, is also available.

  • Journal of Environmental Psychology
    Directed toward individuals in a wide range of disciplines who have an interest in the study of the transactions and interrelationships between people and their sociophysical surroundings (including man-made and natural environments) and the relation of this field to other social and biological sciences and to the environmental professions. The journal publishes internationally contributed empirical studies, reviews of research, and an extensive book review section.
  • Journal of Population Behavioral Social & Environmental Issues
    Topics include: Birth control; Environment; Population; Population; Psychology, Social; Social Behavior. ISSN (printed): 0146-1052