Society for Environmental, Population and Conservation Psychology
Division 34: Society for Environmental, Population and Conservation Psychology members conduct research and advance theory to improve interactions between human behavior and environment and population. Members' varied interest include contextual theories and methods, human responses to natural and technological hazards, conservation psychology, AIDS, teenage pregnancy, environmental perception and cognition, loneliness, stress, and environmental design. Members receive the Division's Population & Environmental Psychology Bulletin three times annually.
Sally J. Augustin, PhD, La Grange Park, Ill.
Harold Takooshian, PhD, Paramus, N.J.
Population & Environmental Psychology Bulletin (two issues per year)
Editor: Sally Augustin, PhD, Holland, Mich.
Read About Division 34 in the Monitor
The conservation psychology arm of Division 34 is calling for all psychologists to use their skills and training to protect the natural world.
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