Programme

 

Wednesday 30th August

 

 

Thursday 31st August

  Friday 1st September
       

Wednesday 30th August

   

 09:00 h - 09:30 h.

Registration
   
 09:30 h - 10:00 h.

Opening Session

   
 Wesley Schultz. President of the Env Psych Division of IAAP.
       
 10:00 h - 11:00 h. Introductory talk
 
 Promoting sustainable lifestyles, social innovation and wellbeing in Europe: lessons from three large-scale interdisciplinary projects
 Ricardo Garcia-Mira & Adina Dumitru. Universidade de A Coruña, Spain.
   
 11:00 h - 11:30 h. Break
   
 11:30 h - 13:00 h.

Paper Session I / Symposia

   

PS-I-01 - Place, identity and behavior

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204. Unsettled:  Place Attachment and Meaning in the Changing Urban Landscape.

Manzo, L.

002. Territory, community-based tourism and environmental protection in two Brazilian quilombos.

Massola, G.M., Dos Santos, A.O., Svartman, B.P., & Galeao da Silva, L.G.

260. Sense of place and eucalyptus trees: an interdisciplinary approach to the state of Galician woodlands.

Martínez-Cabrera, H. & Rodríguez-Rodríguez, G.

047. The house space appropriation in one community in Rio de Janeiro.              

Alves De Souza Filho, E.

   
PS-I-02 - Exploring sustainable consumption behavior I
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268. Consumers’ goal frames and rebound behavior in car purchase decisions.

Becker, S. & Mack, B.

080. Collaborative Consumption: Behavioral predictors and energy balance.

Bachmann, F., Artho, J., Haefeli, U., Hanimann, A., Jonas, K. & Matti, D.

187. Nudging consumers towards sustainable choices in out-of-home catering.

Bauske, E. & Langen, N.

078. Heterogeneity in the Effect of Green Energy Defaults.

Liebe, U., Gewinner, J. & Diekmann, A.

 
PS-I-03 - Sustainable lifestyle
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113. Waste behaviours at home, at work and on holiday: what influences behavioural consistency across contexts?

Whitmarsh, L., Haggar, P. & Thomas, M.                         

118. I am therefore I do? An investigation of spillover effects from work to home through the lens of environmental identity.        

Verfuerth, C. Oates, C.J., Gregory-Smith, D. & Jones, C.R.                                                     

155. Time is wealth: Part-time work as a means to foster sustainable lifestyles?

Moser, S. & Bader, C.                                               

015. Parenthood and environmental concern: A longitudinal investigation of the legacy hypothesis.

Poortinga, W., Thomas, G.O., Whitmarsh, L., Fisher , R. & Milfont, T.L.                                                            

345. Understanding intergenerational relationship in car ownership desire: The influence of parents on young people.   

Nishihara, N., Schmoecker, J.-D., Kim, J., Nakamura, T. & Uno, N.

 
PS-I-04 - Class and culture in pro-environmental behavior
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023. Values and environmentalism: A cross-cultural meta-analysis across 58 countries.

Karl, J.QA. & Milfont, T.L.

138. Can Middle Class Environmentalism Develop from Environmentalism of the Poor?

Bettin, J. & Wollni, M.

203. The values of sustainable development in rural Gabon.  

Nanda. N.S. & Rioux, L.

168. Agroecological beliefs in agrarian sciences.

Fiamoncini, D.I. & Pato, C.

276. In What Ways Are Socio-Cultural Variables Connected to Climate Attitudes and Behaviors? The Czech Republic Divided by Value Orientation.        

Chabada, T., Krajhanzl, J., Svobodová, R. & Skaík, J.

 
PS-I-05 - Emotional dimensions of sustainability I
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332. Emotional Patterns in Environmentally-relevant Stimuli.

Willis, R.L., Provost, S.C. & Christidis, L.

273. Proud to give, too guilty to take: Decision frame moderates the impact of incidental emotions on energy consumption.

Tarditi Joz-Roland, C., Hahnel, U.J.J. & Brosch, T.

041. Producers of Spatial Experiences .. a Transition Towards Sustainable Societies.

Asfour, K.

083. Feelings are important: Tangible and intangible cues used in environmental evaluation.

Anderson, N.M., Ford, R.M. & Williams, K.J.H.

 
SS-I-01 -  Symposium:  Sustainable food consumption I
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044. Predictors of Household Food Waste (prevention) – an integrative Review.

Schmidt, K.

101. The psychology of sustainable seafood consumption.

Richter, I., & Klöckner, C.A.

265. Sustainable food consumption in Germany - results of a representative survey.

Gellrich, A. & Scholl, G.

327. Developing an agent-based model of food consumption: the importance of understanding daily routines.

Craig, T. & MacDiarmid, J.

 
SS-I-02 -  Symposium: Transition of the transport sector I
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122. The “Range Myth” in Electric Car Adoption: New Findings and Implications for Researchers and Policy Makers.

Bobeth, S. & Matthies, E.

050. Abstract Electric vehicle rental and EV-adoption.

Langbroek, J.H.M., Franklin, J.P. & Susilo, Y.O.

223. The assessment, acceptance and implication of the use of different autonomous e-cars.

Hartmann, C., Graf, M., Reijnen. E. & Hackenfort, M.

072. Who is Likely to Travel by Air? An Analysis of Attitudes, Socio-Economic Factors and Travel Opportunities.

Bruderer Enzler, H.

098. A systematic review and meta-analysis of psychological correlates of travel mode choice.

Hoffmann, C., Abraham, C., White, M.P., & Skippon, S.

 
SS-I-03 - Symposium: Factors influencing the effectiveness and acceptability of environmental policy
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158. Acceptability of political measures for the German energy transition – Spillover effects due to environmental vs. monetary framing of behavioural information.

Steinhorst, J. & Matthies, E.

264. The motivational impact of smart incentives to promote sustainable behaviour.

Zeiske, N., Van Der Werff, E., & Steg, L.

274. Trust and emotions as motivators of policy acceptance: The case of the Irish water charges.

Rodriguez-Sanchez, C., Schuitema, G., & Claudy, M.

306. Public acceptability of energy transitions: Why addressing concerns may not always be effective.

Sharpe, E.J., Steg, L., & Perlaviciute, G.

342. Public acceptability towards environmental policy measures: Value-matching appeals.

Nilsson, A., Hansla, A., Malmborg Heiling, J., Jakobsson Bergstad, C., & Martinsson, J.

362. ‘I may join if we want the same!’ – Goal congruence stimulates interest in environmental community initiatives.        

Sloot, D., Jans L., & Steg, L.

   
 13:00 h - 14:00 h. Lunch
   
 14:00 h - 15:00 h. Poster Session I
 
Poster exhibition area - Floor:
  

005. Sustainable Transport – The Importance of Design and Emotion.

Hofmann, D.

027. The right traits for recycling.

Poškus, M.S. & Žukauskienė, R.

030. A Study on Urban Elderly's Activity Characteristics and Satisfaction towards Neighborhood Space Affordance in Taiwan.

Tung, C.-M.

038. No drought about it? The influence of personal experience on views of climate change.

Becker, S. & Sparks, P.

067. Household energy reduction - – content analysis of participators experiences of an intervention.

Weimer, K., Ahlström, R., & Lisspers, J.

090. Yes, we can! Positive campaigns mitigate compensatory “mental bookkeeping” effects and promote pro-environmental behaviors.

Chatelain, G., Hille, S.L., Sander, D., Patel, M., Hahnel, U.J.J., & Brosch, T.

099. Convincing Conversations: Can a Dialogue System Make you Vegan?

Hoeks, J.C.

123. Attitude Change in Personal Travel - A Qualitative Investigation.

Hoffmann, C., Abraham, C., Skippon, S. & White, M.P.

210. Involvement in extremist groups in the Internet environment: the psychological aspect.

Kruzhkova, O.V., Vorobyeva, I.V. Nikiforova, D.M. & Krivoshchekova, M.S.

211. Nature connectedness and pro-environmental behavior: leverage point for sustainability transition.

Klaniecki, K.

232. Safety of defensive and coping person’s behavior.

Nikiforova, D.M., Boyko, A.D. & Krivoshchekova, M.S.

233. Japanese Neighborhood Association System and its Confusion.

Baba, T.Y.

243. It’s Time to Switch:  When do Consumers Switch to More Energy-Efficient Appliances?

Kühne, S.J., Reijnen, E., & Hackenfort, M.

244. Integrated multimodal mobility concepts: Preferences and intention to adopt among car-sharing users.

Hanss D. & Peters, A.

248. The Comfort Advantage in “Green” Buildings: A Reflection of Biased Self-Reports?

Holmgren, M.

279. The role of descriptive norm and anticipated emotions in reducing meat consumption.

Fornara, F. & Tirotto, F.

286. Water consumption feedback devices: Intention to adopt and correlates

Hanss, D. & Peters, A.

291. Investigating multi-stakeholder risk perceptions associated with coastal flooding - the PACA coastline, France.

Dias, P., Schleyer-Lindenmann, A., Bertoldo, R., & Bailey, E.

295. Ability to save electrical energy at home.

Valencia Chavez, G.C., Flores Herrera L.M., & Bustos Aguayo, M.

339. Environmental chaos at home and in school and its impact on child anxiety.

Campos Gil, J.A., Salvador-Ginez, O. & Ortega Andeane, P.

371. Participatory Design Methodology Research for Elementary School Restroom Remodeling.

An, E.H. & Paik, J.

377. Achieving transitions in UK energy and material use: Public deliberations of a low carbon future.

Cherry, C. Steentjes, K. Pidgeon, N.

 
 15:00 h - 16:30 h.

Paper Session II / Symposia

   
PS-II-06 - Exploring sustainable consumption behavior II
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056. Sustainable consumer choice: The discrepancy between common research practices and reality.

Klein, S.A. & Hilbig, B.E.

266. The impact of carsharing on consumers’ quality of life.

Becker, S.

300. Integrating multi-disciplinary perspectives in sustainable energy consumption research: Findings from a swiss household energy survey.

Schubert, I., Sohre, A. & Burger, P.

361. The role of grassroots innovations in promoting local sustainable consumption. Motivations, values and learning outcomes within the “Galician network of conscious and responsible consumption".

Lema-Blanco, I., García-Mira, R. & Muñoz Cantero, J.M.

   
PS-II-07- Health and environmental behavior
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126. An Ecosystems Approach to Indigenous Mental Health: Psychological Resilience in the Traditional Cree Food System.

Spiegelaar, N.

182. Nature walks versus medication: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled treatment comparison for attention problems in Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.

Stevenson, M.P., Schilhab, T., Healey, D., Glue, P. & Bentsen, P.

335. Environmental Stress Model with Cancer Patients.

Ortega-Andeane, P., Dimitru, A., Irepan, M. & Salvador-Ginez, O.

354. Motivational Interviewing (MI) in environmental inspections and enforcement conversations  and quality assurance of MI.

Forsberg, L. & Wickström, H.

353. Food safety inspectors trained in Motivational Interviewing increased compliance with waste sorting legislation in restaurants.

Wickström, H., Forsberg, L.,Herzing, M. & Jacobson, A.

294. Mothers' environment stress and association with household chaos and density.

Sánchez-Mondragòn, G. & Flores, L.M.

 
PS-II-08 - Policy acceptability
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153. Public acceptance of carbon pricing: a systematic review.

Drews, S.

252. Acceptability of sustainable policies.

Van der Werff, E., Steg, L. & Ruepert, A.M.

238. Energy security in Greece and Turkey: The importance of pro-environmental and pro-cultural orientations in shaping public concern.

Jones, C.R., Kaklamanou, D. & Lazuras, L.

282. Acceptability of Wilderness Conservation Policies in Czech Republic.

Skalík, J., Cada, K., Chabada, T. & Krajhanl, J.

373. A review to the willigness to pay (WTP) - willigness to accept (WTA) disparities in environmental evaluation: Experimenttal results of the endowment effect.

Dopico, J.A. & González, M.A.

136. Determinants of intention to donate for the landscape of night view towards eco-friendly lights: A case of study of implementations of energy saving lights in Hakodate, Japan.

Ohnuma, S., Kobayashi, T., Anpo, Y., Nakamata, T., Iino, M. & Yokoyama, M.

 
PS-II-09 - Sustainable travel behavior
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035. The green road taken: Sustainable travel behavior of individuals within the Campbell Paradigm.

Kaiser, F.G. & Arnold, O.

121. A Repertory Grid Analysis of Perceptions of Travel Modes.

Hoffmann, C., Abraham, C., Skippon, S. & White, M.P.

130. Energy-efficient business travel: motivation in behavior intervention programs.

Olsson, L.E. & Friman, M.

321. The role of individual determinants and socio-cultural context in shaping car travel: comparing cases of Sweden and Estonia.

Orru, K., Poom, A. & Nordlund, A.

343. Development and Evaluation of BLAZE Information System.

Sunio, V., Schomöcker, J.-D., Estuar, R.,Gotangco, C.K. & Favis, A.M.

 
PS-II-10 - Emotional dimensions of sustainability II
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009. Emotional responses to climate change related artwork and identification with the artist as drivers of motivation to act – a multilevel study of audience responses at the ARTCOP21.

Klöckner, C.A. & Sommer, L.K.

198. Using Twitter to measure opinions and sentiments about environmental issues during the 2016 US presidential election.

Mumenthaler, C., Hahnel, U. & Brosch, T.

205. Using big data in restorative environments research: A case study analyzing urban twitter sentiment.

Lee, K.E., Naghizade, E., Rashidi, L., Kim, K.H., Winter, S., Faux, N. & Kendal, D.

094. Intergroup contact as a means to foster identification with humanity and pro-environmental behavior intentions.

Römpke, A.-K-, Fritsche, I. & Reese, R.

 
PS-II-11 - Restorative environments
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052. A tale of two sticks: walking towards restoration.

Subiza-Pérez, M., Vozmediano, L. & San Juan, C.

290. Human Voice, Natural Threat, and Restoration.

Benfield, J.

319. Effects of the Restoration Skills Training (ReST) Course on the Ability to Cope with and Attain Restoration from Stress and Fatigue.

Lymeus, F., Vincenti, J., Zetterberg, A., Lindberg, P. & Hartig, T.

242. Eye movements measured across images with a various level of fascination.

Franek, M., Sefara, D., Petruzalek, J. & Cabal, J.

 
SS-II-01 -  Symposium:  Sustainable food consumption II
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031. Visioning a green future or longing for the good old days? Basic drivers of organic food consumption in Europe.

Thøgersen, J.

057. Assumptions regarding low-CO2 products: halo effect and its consequences.

Leygue, C.

095. Consumer drivers of change towards more sustainable diets.

Verain, M.C.D., Bouwman, E.P., & Snoek, H.M.

100. Food waste as the consequence of conflicting household management goals.

Van Geffen, L.E.J., Sijtsema, S.J., Van Herpen, E., & Van Trijp, J.C.M.

175. Step by step: Applying a stage based approach to improve the effectiveness of social norm interventions in encouraging sustainable food consumption.

Mansell, T., Degroot, J., & Bondy, K.

 
SS-II-02 - Symposium: The potential of mindfulness for changing environmental beliefs and behaviors
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060. Environmentally significant outcomes of a mindfulness-based meditation intervention study: the connection of materialism, compassion and sustainable consumption.

Geiger, S.M., Fischer, D. & Schrader, U.

132. Mindfulness is related to eco-friendly behavior through social dominance.

Panno, A., Carrus, G., Giacomantonio, M., Maricchiolo, F., Pirchio, S., & Mannetti, L.

288. Meditation: More Happiness and less Materialism? Experience Differences and Mediator Effects.

Mikhof, A.

 
SS-II-03 - Symposium: Transition of the transport sector II
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333. Changing trip behavior in a higher education institute: The role of parking fees.

Carmi, N. & Becker, N

054. Determinants of More Sustainable Modes of Transportation for the Commute.

Kibbe, A., Arnold, O. & Kaiser, F.G.

192. The barriers and drivers to active and sustainable travel in the state of São Paulo: A cross-cultural comparison and assessment of broad-scale investments in cycling infrastructure.

Bösehans, G.

058. The role of ambient light conditions in encouraging active travel.

Uttley, J. & Fotios, S.

010. Pedestrian route taking behaviour at night and street lighting: A pilot study.

Davoudian, N. & Mansouri, A.A.

 

SS-II-04 - Symposium: Perception of climate change and related innovations: The role of emotions and affect

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165. How do you feel about climate change?  A study of scientists, students and the general population.

Wang, S., Leviston, Z., Hurlstone, M., Walker, I., & Lawrence, C.

240. Tariff Design and Acceptance: Using Insights from Behavioural Economics.

Mahmoodi, J. & Brosch, T.

170. The Unanimous Positive Imagery of Solar Power.

Sütterlin, B. & Siegrist, M.

087. Predictors of emotions about a hydrogen fuel station project: perceived outcomes, perceived fairness, trust and prior awareness.

Huijts, N.M.A.

061. Emotions towards new technologies and products: A matter of value-compatibility.

Contzen, N., Perlaviciute, G. & Steg , L.

 
 16:30 h - 17:00 h. Break
   
 17:00 h - 18:00 h. Graumann Keynote Lecture
 

Collective Problems Require Collective Answers: A Social Identity Model of Pro-Environmental Action

Immo Fritsche. Universität Leipzig, Germany.

 
 20:00 h.

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