Psychologie sociale et environnementale

Abstract : Sustainable development, environmental risks, identity of place, personal space, etc. The debate on the environment is at the heart of our contemporary concerns. But what impact do these major concerns have on each of us? How do they transform our behaviours and ways of thinking? And how can we understand and imagine our relationships to space and places? Social and environmental psychology, which focuses on analyzing the relationship between the individual and the environment, is a growing discipline. In 12 synthetic and always accessible fact sheets, this book provides an overview of this discipline. Each sheet is composed of a summary and keywords, a general part (inventory) and illustrations (clinics, examples, quizzes, MCQs). The various sheets illustrate the variety and richness of the psychologist's work and practices in this field. A tool-book for psychology students, psychologists and all professionals in the social and environmental field.
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Karine Weiss, Patrick Rateau. Psychologie sociale et environnementale. In Press, 2018. ⟨hal-02149000⟩

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