1. Anders Biel - STEEP Summer School 2012

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    Habitual and Value-Guided Behaviour Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden A change into Society increasingly requests that individuals adopt environmentally benign behaviour.…

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    • Bas Verplanken - STEEP Summer School 2012

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      Habit: From overt action to mental events University of Bath, United Kingdom Habits are almost "unseen" elements of everyday life. In spite of the fact that many of the behaviours which are…

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      • Annika Nordlund - STEEP Summer School 2012

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        Factors influencing environmentally relevant behaviors Department of Psychology, Umeå University, Sweden The key note lecture will present results from research on how mainly attitudinal factors,…

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        • Marino Bonaiuto - STEEP Summer School 2012

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          Food reputation Marino Bonaiuto Faculty of Medicine and Psychology, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy Reputation, typically studied on more traditional social agents (e.g., individuals,…

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          • John Thøgersen - STEEP Summer School 2012

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            Spillover of pro-environmental behaviour: Generalizing, a license to anti-social behaviour, or neither? Aarhus University, Denmark In this presentation, I will introduce the phenomenon of spillover…

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            • Agnes van den Berg - STEEP Summerschool 2012

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              Health benefits of nature University of Groningen, Netherlands The idea that contact with nature can promote health and well-being has a long history in Western as well as non-Western cultures.…

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              • Ellen Matthies - STEEP Summer School 2012

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                Ellen Matthies is professor of environmental psychology at the Psychology Department of the Otto von Guericke University in Magdeburg, Germany. From 2009 to 2011 she was professor for Environmental…

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                • Linda Steg - STEEP Summer School 2012

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                  Linda Steg is professor of environmental psychology at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Her main research interests focus on understanding and changing environmentally significant behaviour,…

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                  • Geertje Schuitema - STEEP Summer School 2012

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                    Geertje Schuitema is a post doc in the Department of Businesses and Social Sciences at Aarhus University, Denmark. In her previous research she mainly focused on the area of sustainable transport.…

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                    • Henk Staats - STEEP Summer School 2012

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                      Henk Staats is an assistant professor at the Department of Social and Organizational Psychology at Leiden University. His research interests include environmental preferences, psychological restoration,…

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