Div. 34 offers webinars covering a wide range of topics impacting our professional effectiveness and reach. Topics covered will be of interest and use to researchers, students, practitioners and others from a wide diversity of fields, including but not limited to environmental, population, conservation and applied social psychology. Those unable to attend live can watch the recorded webinars later at their convenience.

Multi-method Approaches to Environmental Psychology with Real-world Applicability

Speaker: Sonya Sachdeva, Forest Service

Date: Feb. 11, 2020

Social scientist Sonya Sachdeva describes her multi-method approach, combining behavioral experiments with field research and computational social science with relevance for scientists, practitioners and land managers. 

Concrete Steps Towards a More Robust Science of Environmental Psychology

Speaker: Sander van der Linden, University of Cambridge 

Date: Jan. 14, 2020 

Sander van der Linden discusses how to publish high-quality research in environmental psychology, drawing on his experience as editor-in-chief at Journal of Environmental Psychology.

Date created: January 2020