8th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology September 6-9, 2009 – Zürich, Switzerland Including a meeting of the IAPS members.
Call for Papers
Update: Submission of contributions is now available via the online registration and submission system. Registration and payment will be available in early December. The 8th Biennial Conference of the Environmental Psychology Division of the German Association of Psychology (8. Tagung der Fachgruppe Umweltpsychologie) will take place September 6th – 9th, 2009, in Zürich, Switzerland. The conference primarily addresses the following topics: Behavioral Interventions, Conservation Behavior, Environmental Decision Making, Environmental Risks, Living in Built Environments, Methods in People Environment Studies, Mobility Behavior, Consumer Behavior, Psychology of Noise Annoyance, Psychology of Sustainability.
Submission of symposia of 4 to 5 thematically related presentations (especially from different research groups with a multidisciplinary composition) are encouraged. Note that our poster sessions will have an interactive format involving short oral summaries of each poster. Papers from all areas of environmental and conservation psychology are welcome (Deadline for submissions: April, 30th, 2009). Conference language will be English.
Three renowned scientists in different fields of Psychology (Paul Slovic, Frances E. Kuo, Wander Jager) will give keynote addresses. There will be plenty of opportunity to meet with colleagues and peers.
Conference host is the Social Psychology Division at the Department of Psychology of the University of Zurich and the Workgroup of Modeling Social Systems at the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology.
The conference is hosted by:
(University of Zürich, Department of Psychology, Social Psychology Division)
(Eawag, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology)
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Jürg Artho, UZH
Heinz Gutscher, UZH
Andrée Helminger, UZH
Bertolt Meyer, UZH
Stefan Mischke, UZH
Hans-Joachim Mosler, EAWAG
Nicola Nübold, UZH
Bettina Ryf, UZH
Ruth Widmer, UZH