By Susan M. Koger, Deborah DuNann Winter
This compelling and insightful textbook demonstrates how 8 significant ways in psychology – social, psychoanalytical, behavioral, cognitive, physiological, future health, developmental, and holistic – could be utilized to create a extra sustainable society. After outlining present environmental problems and old antecedents, those a variety of views supply assistance for altering person and collective habit.
This third version is carefully revised and up to date all through, and contours new chapters at the neuropsychology of poisonous exposures, well-being and the psychology of environmental pressure, and developmental psychology. It deals a entire evaluate of literature in a number of subdisciplines, demonstrating the extensive applicability and relevance of psychology for addressing approaching environmental threats. Like either prior variants, the book’s tone is largely obtainable and interesting -- and no prior history in psychology or environmental technological know-how is thought or required. using own examples and cartoons aid have interaction the reader. The third variation is additionally followed by way of on-line assets for instructors.
The Psychology of Environmental difficulties: Psychology for Sustainability, 3rd Edition can be utilized as a prime or secondary textbook on quite a lot of classes in Ecological Psychology, Environmental technology, Sustainability Sciences, Environmental schooling, and Social advertising and marketing. It additionally offers a worthwhile source for pro viewers of policymakers, legislators, and people engaged on sustainable communities.