Div. 34 strives to help you with your involvement in environmental psychology and recommends the following list of resources for assistance.
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Beyond Technology: Strengthening Energy Policy through Social Science (PDF, 719KB) — A report of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.
This is a list of journals that include previously published material that is of interest to Division 34 members.
Webinars offered by Div. 34 provide information on issues such as how to conduct mixed-methods research projects in field settings, pursuing effective advocacy with policymakers and nonprofits, and incorporating 21st century statistical practices in our everyday research. Watch recorded Div. 34 webinars.
We've compiled a list of universities offering graduate programs in either eco- or environmental psychology, or they offer relevant concentrations in other environmental and design programs.
This is a list of international organizations, associations and researchers that share interests with Div. 34.
Conservation Psychology Institute — This week-long summer intensive program brings together scholars, students, professionals and a gifted psychology and organizational development faculty to explore how the tools of psychology can be used in a wide range of effective conservation and sustainability practices.
Environmental Psychology course — This course, offered on iTunes and taught by Professor Daniel Stokols from University of California Irvine's School of Ecology, emphasizes the interdependence between physical and social aspects of places, rather than viewing these dimensions as separate and isolated.
Teaching Psychology for Sustainability — Britain Scott and Susan Koger created this online manual to help instructors integrate psychology and environmental issues into their courses. The site includes: general and instructor resources, sample syllabi and a comprehensive bibliography.
Using Film to Demonstrate Environment and Behavior — Michael Dudley discusses his use of film to demonstrate the relationships between environment and behavior. The exercise involves a group viewing a film in the context of a preselected reading. University of Manitoba — Environmental Design Film Syllabus (PDF, 99KB)
CONPSYCHMeasures — This online resource is intended to connect the practitioner to the academic community by providing a compendium of measures and scales.