PSYC 009. First Year Seminar: Psychology and Sustainability

Environmental issues such as climate change and pollution are, at their core, issues with human behavior. Thus, psychology has a key role to play in addressing these problems. This seminar will explore several interconnections between psychology and environmental sustainability, including how psychological biases lead to climate inaction, how understanding morality and culture is important for encouraging environmentalism, and how people can develop more sustainable relationships between themselves and nature. And is eligible for ENVS credit.
PSYC 009 does not serve as an alternate prerequisite for further work in the department.
Social Sciences.
1 credit.
Eligible for ENVS.
Fall 2022. Jacobs.
Fall 2023. Jacobs.

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