This course deals with two central themes: First, environmental problems are people problems, requiring an understanding of how people think, what they care about, and the conditions under which they behave most reasonably. Second, human behavior makes the most sense when studied in the context of the environment both present and evolutionary. The course builds a model of human nature based upon research in the field of environmental psychology.
Behavior and Environment
Literature, Science, & Arts » Program in the Environment
Literature, Science, & Arts » Psychology
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