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Environmental Psychology Research and Study Group

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The group started its work in January of 2021 and is currently implementing a research project 'Pro-environmental behaviour and its psychological determinants in Russia'.

Within the framework of this project, the group is developing a Russian scale of pro-environmental behaviour, adapted to the social, cultural, political, and economic contexts of the country. In addition, the group is conducting a research on the socio-psychological and individual determinants of pro-environmental behaviour.

Taking into account the context of global environmental changes, research on pro-environmental behaviour and its determinants is becoming increasingly relevant and has not only theoretical significance but also extensive application in the development of environmental protection programs and pro-environmental education.

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At the seminar of Environmental Psychology Research and Study Group that took place on Oct. 28, 2021, Danila Valko, PhD, Research Department of the South Ural University of Technology, presented his research: Pro-Environmental Behaviour in Russia and Contextual Stimuli: An Empirical Study.
October 28
At the regular seminar of Environmental Psychology Research and Study Group held on June 10, 2021, Professor Lorraine Whitmarsh, University of Bath, Director of the Centre for Climate Change & Social Transformations (CAST), Cardiff University, gave a talk on “Engaging the public with climate change and low-carbon lifestyles: Lessons from COVID-19”.
June 11
Members of the Environmental Psychology Research and Study Group: Alexandra Ivanova, a Ph.D. student of the Department of Psychology, and Kingsley Ivande, a student of the Master's Programme "Applied Social Psychology", presented the results of their research at the Psy-HSE Conference of Young Scientists themed "Contemporary Issues of Psychological Science".
June 01
At the regular seminar of Environmental Psychology Research and Study Group held on May 20, 2021, Anna Devenish, PhD in Public Policy, Oregon State University, presented her research: Public views of and responses to renewable energy development.
May 20
Environmental Psychology Research and Study Group hosted a regular online seminar on May 13, 2021. Dr Caroline Verfuerth, Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations, Cardiff University, presented results of her doctoral research: Transforming lifestyles: Food choices, changing behaviours, and spillover effects.
May 13
At the regular seminar of Environmental Psychology Research and Study Group held April 29, 2021, Professor Elena Sautkina, School of Psychology, HSE University, presented a report: Environmental Behaviour Spillover: Elusive or Real?
May 04
At the regular seminar of Environmental Psychology Research and Study Group held on April 23, 2021, Dr Cameron Brick, Assistant Professor at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, gave a talk on his research on individual and contextual predictors of pro-environmental behaviour.
April 28
On April 15, 2021, Environmental Psychology Research and Study Group, HSE University, organized the session “Environmental Psychology: Pro-Environmental Behaviour and Its Determinants” in the framework of XXII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development.
April 20
At the first seminar of Environmental Psychology Research and Study Group, Professor Elena Sautkina (Department of Psychology, HSE University) presented a report: Psychology’s Role in Studying Pro-Environmental Behaviour. The seminar was held on Feb. 11 on the Zoom platform.
February 11
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