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Psyc 515: Ecological Psychology Dr. Mills

CLASS PANEL SUMMARIES, OUTLINES, AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS

Use this format: Powerpoint Presentation of (topic) by (panel members)

TYLER PARKER & EVAN MARTIN File:The evolved psychological apparatus.pptxFile:Tyler Parker and Evan Thomas- SKELETON.docxFile:Biology Panel Summary.doc Youtube Video


Sustainability Panel: Interactions with non-kin. By Sarah Arditte, Lauren Chen, and Lindsey Convoy File:Kunstler chapter 7 Reading Notes.docxFile:Koger Winter Ch 4 Social Psychology-1.docx File:PanelPowerpoint.pptx File:SustainabilityPanelGroup--Interactionswithnon-kin.docx Video


Sustainability Panel: Individuals. By Tim Enad, Dominique Eyl, Natalie Hejran, and Julie Hernandez File:The Dragons of Inaction Panel Presentation.pptxFile:The Dragons of Inaction Panel Outline.docxFile:The Dragons of Inaction Panel Summary.docxFile:The Dragons of Inaction Critical Review.docxYoutube Video


Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of Blumer, M. C., Hertlein, K. M., & Fife, S. T. (2012). It’s not easy becoming green: Student- therapist perceptions of family therapy in an eco-sustainable age. Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal, 34(1), 72-88. Summary by Haley McCormick, Christina Vier, and Allison Block (Spring, 2014). YouTube Video

Sustainability Panel: Culture and Memetics. By Frances Choi, Bailey Moon, and Jenna T. File:Individualism vs. Collectivism Presentation.ppt File:Summary of Individualism vs. Collectivism.doc YouTube Video

PANELS FROM THE FALL, 2013 Summary and Outline Prezi link: http://prezi.com/4r0jwzmlx97r/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy of Biology and Behavior and Sustainability

By: Bekah Rossetta, Nicole Froidevaux, and Alex Dancynger

Summary and Outline Prezi: [[1]] of Kin Sustainability - Thompson, N. E., Harden, A. J., Clauss, B., Fox, W. S., & Wild, P. (2012). Key concepts of environmental sustainability in family and consumer sciences. Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences, 104, 14-21. by Catherine Race, Keeya Singer, and Addie Sherman

Summary and Powerpoint Presentation of What's blocking sustainability? Human nature, cognition, and denial. By: Toni Richardson and Angelique Ramsingh File:Sustainability_SexDiff_Outline.docx and File:Sustainability_SexDiff_Summary.docx of:Wilson, M., Daly, M., Gordon, S., & Pratt, A. (1996). Sex Differences in Valuations of the Environment? Population and Environment: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 18, 143- 159.Prezi link: http://prezi.com/rmsl1ojwsuhv/edit/?utm_campaign=share#10_13415665

By: Ali Fesharaki, Darcey Nourayi, Deshanna Finn




PANELS FROM THE SPRING, 2008 CLASS:

File:Final Consumption Project.pptShah, A. (2001). Consumption and consumerism. Global Issues, 5, 1-37. Presentation by: Emma Kite and Caitlin Senske

Ecological Panel Presentation.ppt of Putting It Together: Using Psychology to Build a Sustainable World By: Susan M. Koger and Deborah Du Nann Winter. PowerPoint by Kyla Johnson. By: Susan M. Koger and Deborah Du Nann Winter PowerPoint of Attitude Assessment and Change, in Nickerson, R. S. (2003). Psychology and environmental change. Bedford, MA: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc. Summary by Amber Beach, Marielly Mitchell, & Kristin Palmer

Eco Psych Panel Presentation.ppt of Risk and the Psychology of Prevention, of Nickerson, R. S. (2003). Risk and the psychology of prevention, In Psychology and Environmental Change (pp.172-184). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. By: Cleo Arnold, Stefanie Galich, & Allison Mitrovich (Spring, 2008).

Promoting Sustainable Behavior Powerpoint of McKenzie-Mohr, D. (2000) Promoting Sustainability Behavior: An introduction to community-based social marketing. Journal of Social Issues, 56 (3), 543-554. By Paul Ferraiolo, Jonathan Garcia, Stephan Hyun, Christy Vrooman (Spring, 2008).

[http:drmillslmu.wikispaces.com/space/showimage/OverpopulationpptforClass.ppt| OverpopulationpptforClass.ppt] Powerpoint by Morgan Brown & Amanda Lenvin Wang, G. T. (1996). China's Population Control Policy. Sage Publications. Retrieved from [http:chr.sagepub.com/| http://chr.sagepub.com] on February 20, 2008.

Changing Behavior Powerpoint Nickerson, R.S. (2003). Changing behavior, In Psychology and environmental change (pp. 91-112). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. By: Ashley Conner, Brittany Couture, Liliana Funes and Mike Rudinica.

[http:drmillslmu.wikispaces.com/space/showimage/EcopsychMarianandCaitlinppt.ppt| EcopsychMarianandCaitlinppt.ppt] of Chapter 15: More Status or More Children?Social Status, Fertility and Longterm Fitness, in Evolutionary perspectives on environmental problems// (2007), by Boone, J. K., and Kessler K. L. By: Caitlin Rogers and Marian Alonso (Spring, 2008).