psychology

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behaviourism

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way of thinking

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Synonyms for psychology

the thought processes characteristic of an individual or group

Synonyms for psychology

the science of mental life

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the Structure of Environmental Concern: Concern for Self, Other People, and the Biosphere, Journal of Environmental Psychology, 21: 327-339.
Although the underlying mechanisms contributing to the disparity between reports of concern and action in the current study are unknown, future researchers may attempt to investigate these factors by integrating aspects of environmental psychology and behavioral economics.
Environmental Psychology and Sustainable Development: Expansion, Maturation and Challenges.
This criterion points to the sense of place in the environmental psychology literature which embraces three narrower interrelated concepts of place attachment, place identity and place dependence.
2009) "Encouraging pro-environmental behaviour: Anintegrative review and research agenda, Journal of Environmental Psychology, 29(3), pp.
I don't mind the chief being an armchair psychologist, although I think it is a dangerous thing for the city to have its police chief making organizational and operational decisions based on his perceived expertise in environmental psychology.
In the study, published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology, 90 UW undergrads - 30 in each of three groups - spent an hour in a room, peering through a window that
Environmental psychology and marketing research confirms the influence of mechanic clues on customers.
Some may be surprised over postgraduate degrees offered to economists for environmental economics or dealing in carbon emissions markets, to psychologists for environmental psychology, or to lawyers in relation to environmentally related legislations," he said.
She studied environmental psychology and organizational behavior, earning a bachelor's degree from Penn State and master's degree from Cornell University.
Research in environmental perception has grown since its popularization in the 1960s when it evolved under cognitive psychologT and environmental psychology, with notable contributions from geography (Golledge 1977; Gould and White 1974) and planning (Lynch 1960).
Research shows that using ALIVE, which has an engaging, game-like format, helps firefighters retain the critical safety information taught in trainings, and we're grateful to have the opportunity to expand the program offerings," said Richard Elliot Wener, a professor of environmental psychology in the Department of Technology, Culture and Society at NYU Tandon.
Bitgood, S: Environmental psychology in museums, zoos, and other exhibition centers.
A psychology degree opens up a wide range of career opportunities, and new areas are being developed all the time, such as sports psychology and environmental psychology.
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