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  • 1.Becoming a Climate and Environmental Psychologist
    Climate and environmental psychology is a subfield of psychology that is dedicated to creating, managing, protecting and restoring environments in order to promote productive and healthy behaviors.
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  • 2.Environmentally Friendly Behaviors
    Psychological science resources on how and why people engage in behaviors to protect the environment, such as recycling or using less water.
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  • 3.PsycINFO® Journal Coverage List
    A list of all the journals that are regularly scanned for inclusion in the PsycINFO® database.
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  • 4.Society for Environmental, Population and Conservation Psychology (Division 34)
    Society for Environmental, Population and Conservation Psychology (APA Division 34) members study interactions between human behavior and environment and population, including human responses to hazards, conservation psychology, AIDS, teen pregnancy, loneliness, stress and environmental design.
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  • 5.Classroom Posters for Psychology Teachers
    The posters highlight the role psychologists play in preventing violence, promoting health and protecting the environment.
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  • 6.Journals Indexed Cover to Cover
    A list of journals that PsycINFO® indexes cover to cover.
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  • 7.Speaking of Psychology: Understanding climate change
    Psychologists Janet Swim, PhD, and John Fraser, PhD, discuss how psychological research can contribute to an understanding of global climate change.
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  • 8.Psychological Science Resources for Counselors
    Psychology is a field that is constantly evolving. For students interested in a career that is diverse and exciting — and in demand — psychology offers many compelling career paths to choose from.
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  • 9.Education
    Psychological research on schools and education, including tutoring, cognitive skills, make-believe, gossip, and bullying.
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  • 10.Conceptual Models
    Models include family systems-illness, person-environment fit, biobehavioral, medical family therapy, pediatric psychosocial preventive health and illness beliefs.
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