PSY435H1: Environmental Psychology

Hours

36L

This lecture course explores how psychologists can contribute to finding solutions to today's pressing environmental challenges. Topics include persuasion, community-based social marketing, social influence, social capital, and the many ways in which the physical environment affects psychological processes. The course takes a multi-scalar approach to the human-environment relationship, covering individual, community, cultural and global levels of scale, through the lens of complex dynamic systems theories.

Prerequisite
PSY100H1/PSY100Y5/(PSYA01H3 + PSYA02H3), and PSY220H1/PSY220H5/PSYB10H3/SOC213H1, OR registered in an Environmental Studies/Science program
Distribution Requirements
Science
Breadth Requirements
Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)