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What conditions do you need in order to work effectively? - New Zealand Herald

What conditions do you need in order to work effectively? - New Zealand Herald | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
What conditions do you need in order to work effectively?
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The A to Z of Unusual Renewable Energy Sources

The A to Z of Unusual Renewable Energy Sources | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
Renewable energy sources are becoming more mainstream, which has given rise to research into more renewable sources.
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Essay on teaching the contentious classics of social psychology: Sherif, Milgram and Harlow revisited

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Finances vs footprint: green marketing and getting people to act | Marketing ... - Marketing magazine Australia

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Psychologist probes birder behaviour - London Free Press

Psychologist probes birder behaviour - London Free Press | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
London Free Press Psychologist probes birder behaviour London Free Press He has explored questions about decision making and social psychology, how vision, hearing, and other health-related issues shape birding decisions, and the fundamental...
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Weird Ways Our Brains Control Our Money Habits - Motley Fool

Weird Ways Our Brains Control Our Money Habits Motley Fool "...in experiments the authors found that people in a cluttered room were more likely to pay higher prices for products, such as a TV or movie tickets, compared with people in an organized...
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Can Introverts Become Leaders?

Can Introverts Become Leaders? | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
The ugly truth of life is that extroverts rule this world.
Does it mean that introverts can’t become great leaders?
The answer to this question is simple: No, it does not!
Introverts have been often misunderstood.
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How Cities and Businesses Are Working Together to Address Climate Change

How Cities and Businesses Are Working Together to Address Climate Change | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
A total of 757 public-private carbon reduction drivers from around thr world were cited in a new report released by the Carbon Disclosure Project.
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Stanford scholar takes a philosophical approach to human behavior - Stanford Report

Stanford scholar takes a philosophical approach to human behavior - Stanford Report | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
Stanford Report Stanford scholar takes a philosophical approach to human behavior Stanford Report His theoretical work affirming the importance of acting together as a fundamental feature of human social psychology extends even to the arena of...
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Passion, Goals and Psychology in Canada - Talent Management (blog)

Passion, Goals and Psychology in Canada - Talent Management (blog) | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
Passion, Goals and Psychology in Canada
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Secondly, Canada is a really cool place, and it is not just because of free igloos for the poor and social benefits stuff like that.
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Water and Energy Conservation Opportunities in the Paper Industry

Water and Energy Conservation Opportunities in the Paper Industry | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
Most of the water used in the paper production life cycle is used during the manufacturing process, primarily for conveyance of the fibers as they are extracted from logs as wood chips, and through the pulping process.
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Psychology of sustainability - Climate Control News

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Psychology of sustainability
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“We've even established pretty convincingly that awareness of environmental issues – 'tree huggers' versus 'climate denial' types – has a measurable effect on comfort.
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What Is Social Intelligence? Why Does It Matter? | Psychology Today

What Is Social Intelligence? Why Does It Matter? | Psychology Today | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it

Intelligence, or IQ, is largely what you are born with. Genetics play a large part. Social intelligence (SI), on the other hand, is mostly learned. SI develops from experience with people and learning from success and failures in social settings. It is more commonly referred to as “tact,” “common sense,” or “street smarts.”


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Persons with SI are concerned with the impression they are making on others. They engage in Impression Management, a delicate balance between managing and controlling the image portrayed to others and being reasonably “authentic” and letting others see the true self. This is perhaps the most complex element of social intelligence.

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Exploring the Purpose of Meaning in Life

Exploring the Purpose of Meaning in Life | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
Samantha Heintzelman explains why finding meaning in life is associated with beneficial outcomes.
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The Psychology Behind Social Proof: Why It Matters For Software Sales

The Psychology Behind Social Proof: Why It Matters For Software Sales | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
The business software sales process is no longer a simple transaction to be completed with a single cold-call pitch. Buyer behavior has shifted (especially in the B2B sales process) and consumers are…

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Why Power in the Workplace Makes People Feel They Control Time - Wall Street Journal

Why Power in the Workplace Makes People Feel They Control Time - Wall Street Journal | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
Why Power in the Workplace Makes People Feel They Control Time Wall Street Journal "We all adhere to the same clocks," said social psychologist Serena Chen at the University of California at Berkeley, who conducted experiments on the perception of...
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The Dynamics of Social Networking: Anxiety and Avoidance ...

The Dynamics of Social Networking: Anxiety and Avoidance ... | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
Psychologists have long been interested in the concept of attachment, which has its origins in childhood experiences, primarily with those who raise us. Being raised in a family where nurturance is combined about equally ...
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Transforming Global Politics - Dissident Voice

Transforming Global Politics - Dissident Voice | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
Transforming Global Politics Dissident Voice With the advent of modern psychology, we now understand that chieftains, kings, and emperors from ancient times think and operate without a conscience, without empathy and consideration for people they...
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Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, July 20, 8:40 PM

One difference between transform and change is the former is an action describing ongoing reconstructing of the world and people. Change is a noun. It is what we call things when we want to impose ideologies and dogmatic thinking. A second difference is we can hyphenate trans-form. Trans means across, beyond, between and form is a look, a shape, a contour. It suggests we are moving between looks, shapes, and contours and it is ongoing thus we can easily use the gerund i.e. transforming, the continuous moving between new looks and forms. It is actually hermeneutic and requires continuous reading of the texture of the world we live in.

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Teen Drinking May Lead To An Adult Life Filled With Financial Problems, Poor ... - Medical Daily

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Here’s One Sustainability Expert Who’s Swapped ‘Doom And Gloom’ And Adopted A Positive Outlook For Earth’s Future

Here’s One Sustainability Expert Who’s Swapped ‘Doom And Gloom’ And Adopted A Positive Outlook For Earth’s Future | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
Laura Smith: How did you first get involved in environmental issues?
Jonathon Porritt: I came into this from a perspective of social justice, education, ideas to do with population resources. I am unapologetically anthropocentric.
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Women With Sexy Social Media Photos Seen As Less Competent - Psychologists - Science 2.0

Counsel & Heal Women With Sexy Social Media Photos Seen As Less Competent - Psychologists Science 2.0 "This is a clear indictment of sexy social media photos," said researcher Elizabeth Daniels, an assistant professor of psychology Oregon State...
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How to Deal with Burnout

How to Deal with Burnout | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
We all know what it feels like when you’ve had enough. It’s that listless, weary feeling of not wanting to proceed but knowing that you have to.
Some refer to it as ennui; others simply call it burnout.
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5 Ways Advertisements Use Fear Tactics To Persuade You

5 Ways Advertisements Use Fear Tactics To Persuade You | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
Advertising is a tricky business. Advertisers play on our wants, many time creating wants or reinforcing wants based on societal expectations – but you wouldn’t expect fear to be part of the equation.  Fear is the most pervasive, persuasive...
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Climate Change: Old Cell Phones Can Now Protect Old Growth Forests

Climate Change: Old Cell Phones Can Now Protect Old Growth Forests | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
Got an old cell phone or two kicking around? Or how about an extra $10 or $24?
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The Circular Economy is (Slowly) Coming to Europe

The Circular Economy is (Slowly) Coming to Europe | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
Can the circular economy become the norm in Europe? The European Commission recently adopted a framework to ramp up waste diversion in its member states.
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Facebook conducted secret psychology experiment on users' emotions - Telegraph.co.uk

Facebook conducted secret psychology experiment on users' emotions - Telegraph.co.uk | Environmental Psychology | Scoop.it
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Facebook conducted secret psychology experiment on users' emotions
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Over 600,000 Facebook users have taken part in a psychological experiment organised by the social media company, without their knowledge.
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