Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2801 or permission of the instructor Description: An in-depth review of how social, cultural, and cognitive psychological factors interact to produce, maintain, and resolve environmental problems, with a particular focus on food security. The role of these factors in adaptation to climate change and cultural shifts to sustainability is also explored. Specific topics will include social influence, attitudes, motivation, cultural values, and implicit cognitive processes. The course includes a laboratory component that focuses on the development and completion of a community-based research project. Offering: 3-1; or 3-1

Psychology 3211 Environmental Psychology

Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): Psychology 2801 or permission of the instructor Description: An in-depth review of how social, cultural, and cognitive psychological factors interact to produce, maintain, and resolve environmental problems, with a particular focus on food security. The role of these factors in adaptation to climate change and cultural shifts to sustainability is also explored. Specific topics will include social influence, attitudes, motivation, cultural values, and implicit cognitive processes. The course includes a laboratory component that focuses on the development and completion of a community-based research project. Offering: 3-1; or 3-1




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