Programme

 

Wednesday 30th August

 

 

Thursday 31st August

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Thursday 31st August

   
 09:00 h. - 10:30 h.

Paper Session III / Symposia

 

 

PS-III-12 - Sustainability in work spaces
Room: -1.1
Chair: Terry Hartig. Uppsala University, Sweden
 
254 - Knowledge worker´s subjective experience of privacy in open office environments
 Weber, C., Gatersleben, B.
255. How culture can make or break design
Bauer, A.C.
128. Activity-based workplaces: changes in cognitive performance among workers previously employed at cellular offices or open-plan offices.
Jahncke, H., Mathiassen, S.E., Hallman, D., Edvinsson, J. & Persson, L.
338. Organizational sustainable climate and practices as determinants of pro-environmental behaviours at work: the mediating role of personal norm.
Mouro, C. & Duarte, P.
202. Interactions around energy use in the workplace: effects of legitimate and illegitimate overuse.
Leygue, C., Ferguson, E. & Spence, A.
 
PS-III-13 - Sustainability in neighborhood space: social and psychological aspects
Room: -1.2
Chair: Seungkwang Shon. Dongshin University, South Korea
 
227. Are neighborhoods social or environmental places? Social and environmental predictors of neighborhood maintenance.
Muiños, G., Hernández, B., Hidalgo, M.C. & Moreno, P.

318. Rehabilitation of Deteriorated Apartment Housing through Community Space Reform in South Korea.

Shon, S.K. & Shon, D.H.

189. Environment-Behaviour Studies in Architecture & Urbanism: Integrating Disciplines.

Villegas De La Ossa, G.

 
PS-III-14 - Predicting pro-environmental behavior: motivations, values and norms
Room: -1.3
Chair: Enric Pol. University of Barcelona, Spain
 
298. Predicting eco-driving intentions: The role of a value versus knowledge-triggered norm-activation process to eco-drive.
Unal, B. Steg, L. Gorsira, M.
026. Beware the backfire effects: self-affirmation, information about the worst effects of climate change being avoidable, and pro-environmental motivation.
Sparks, P., Jessop, D.C., Becker,S. Cook, H. & Uchendu,B.
097. Why (should) I bother? Senior secondary school students’ motivational profiles toward the environment.
Sass, W., Boeve-de Pauw, J., Donche, V. & Van Petegem, P.
281. Exploring beliefs on sustainable transport choices:  The case study of the metropolitan area of Cagliari (Sardinia, Italy).
Fornara, F., Manca, S., Mura, N., & Tirotto, F.
239. Improving estimations of interventions effects on sustainable behavior: The problem of highly biased samples and a way out.
Henn, L., Otto, S. & Arnold, O.
 
PS-III-15 - Nature connectedness and educational environments
Room: -1.4
Chair: Irina Macsinga. West University of Timisoara, Romania
 
272. Guided Brown Bear walks as an intervention to address human fear of brown bears.
Johansson, M., Stoen, O.G., Frank, J. & Flykt. A
003. Relationships between people’s feelings toward nature and their daily nature-related activities.
Shibata, S.
161. Greening school grounds: the benefits of greening a school ground on primary school children’s wellbeing and functioning.
Van Dijk-Wesselius, E.J., Maas, J., Hovinga, D., Van Vugt, M. & van den Berg, A.E.
184. The effect of green areas within school environments upon child\'s attentional, emotional and prosocial components.
Amicone, G., De Dominicis, S., Perucchini, P., Petruccelli, I., Gherardini, A., Costantino, V. & Bonauito, M.
349. Forest school: Wellbeing and nature connectedness.
Hinds, J. Camic, P. & Roberts, A.
 
PS-III-16 - Perception of safety
Room: 0.2
Chair: Marino Bonaiuto. University of Rome, Italy
 
059. Road lighting and reassurance – cognitive, emotional and behavioural responses.
Liachenko-Monteiro, A., Uttley, J. & Fotios, S.
234. Measuring the effect of dynamic lighting on pedestrian speed by means of overhead KinectTM sensors and continuous pedestrian tracking algorithms.
Haans, A.,  Corbetta, A., Kumar, P. & Toschi, F.
257. The concept and measurement of atmosphere as an attribute of the socio-physical environment related to the development of aggression.
Kalinauskaite, I., Haans, A., De Kort, Y. & Ijsselsteijn, W.
360. Neurophysiological measures for perception of insecurity in urban landscape.
Piccinin, G., Babiloni, F., & Bonauito, M.
020. Facial Emotion Recognition: A characteristic task for interpersonal judgements between pedestrians.
Fotios, S.A. & Johansson, M.
133. Walking after dark – The impact of outdoor lighting on pedestrians’ perception, evaluation and behaviour.
Rahm, J. & Johansson, M.
 
SS-III-01 -  Symposium: Examining environmental behaviour in the organizational context
Room: +1.1
Chair: Angela Ruepert. University of Groningen, The Netherlands
 
156. A social marketing perspective on employee pro-environmental behaviour.
Wells, V.
208. Motivating workplace energy conservation using feedback and peer education.
Riemer, M. & Carrico, A.R.
219. Using loyalty programmes to increase the adoption of sustainable innovations in households.
Lans, A., Ter Mors, E., Staats, H., Van Dijk-Wesselius, E.J., Van Der Weiden, E., & Van Suylekom, S.
246. The effects of Corporate Environmental Responsibility and biospheric values on pro-environmental behaviour at work.
Ruepert, A.M., Keizer K. & Steg, L.
331. How can we help people save energy in challenging organisational contexts? An exploratory feasibility study on energy visualisation in social services offices.
Pahl, S., Wyles, K., Boomsma, C., Goodhew, J., & Jones, R.
 
SS-III-02 -  Symposium:  Psychological determinants, barriers and potentials related to (un)sustainable lifestyle choices and wellbeing in European societies
Room: +1.2
Chair: Ricardo García Mira. University of A Coruña, Spain
 
028. Psychological determinants, barriers and potentials related to (un)sustainable lifestyle choices and wellbeing in European societies.
Krause, K. & Schulte, M.
134. Social cognition and sustainable lifestyles.
Carrus, G. & Panno, A.
328. Lowering time pressure and increasing well-being via flexible working policies.
Craig, T.
366. Understanding dynamics of sustainability transitions in European societies: a multi-method, interdisciplinary approach.
Garcia-Mira, R. & Dumitru, A.
367. Promoting sustainable lifestyles choices: evidence from an interdisciplinary European project on four European regions.
Dumitru, A., García-Mira, R., Blobaum, A., Carrus, G., & Macsinga, I.
368. Understanding motivations to join sustainability initiatives: a comparison of Romanian and Spanish cases.
Macsinga, I., Dumitru, A., García-Mira, R., Pandur, V., Díaz-Ayude, A., & Martínez-Cebrera, H.
 
SS-III-03 - Symposium: Factors and processes underlying public perceptions of energy systems, transitions, and technologies
Room: +1.3
Chair: Leonie Vrieling. University of Groningen, The Netherlands
 
303.  ‘Who pays for energy transitions?’ Public acceptance of cost associated with energy system change in the UK.
Demski, C., Evensen, D., & Pidgeon, N.
305.\'Beyond a fuel\' Context and relatedness in perceptions of nine energy sources and technologies in Wales, UK.
 Nash, N. & Whitmarsh, L.

316. Public Concerns and Preferences Regarding Energy Supply Systems: A Comparison Across Four European Countries.

Böhm, G., Arnold, A., & Tvinnereim, E.

324. Perception of externally controlled manmade risks associated with energy production.

 Vrieling, L., Perlaviciute, G., & L. Steg, L.
 
 10:30 h - 11:00 h. Break
 
 11:00 h - 12:00 h. Proposed Session
  
SS-IV-01 -  Symposium: The role of affect and emotion in sustainable behavior
Room: +1.1
Chair: Tobias Brosch. University of Geneva, Switzerland
  
036. Not my future: The neural representation of climate change consequences.
Brosch, T.
051. Feeling guilty and seeing green: Understanding guilt’s influence on pro-environmental behavior through mediating cognitive processes.
Graton, A. & Ric, F.
062. The distinct impact of emotions on environmental decision-making.
Hahnel, U.J.J. & Brosch, T.
124.Risk perceptions and emotions towards earthquakes caused by gas production.
Perlaviciute, G., Steg, L., Hoekstra, E.J., & Vrieling, L.
  
SS-IV-02 -  Symposium: Public perceptions of climate change: Insights from international comparisons
Room: +1.2
Chair: Gisela Böhm. University of Bergen, Norway
  
179. The role of social norms in shaping individual and national responses to climate change: A comparison across four European countries.
Steentjes, K., Pidgeon, N., Poortinga, W., Boehm, G. & Bertoldo, R.
185. Public perceptions of climate change in Peru.
Brügger, A., Tobias, R., & Monge, F.
226. Prevalence and distribution of climate scepticism in four European countries.
Poortinga, W., Steentjes, K., Pidgeon, N., Böhm, G., Arnold, A.,Tvinnereim, E., Mays, C., Poumadere, M. & Corner, A.
230. Emotional Reactions to Climate Change: A Comparison Across Four European Countries.
Böhm, G., Mays, C., Steentjes, K. & Tvinnereim, E.
  
SS-IV-03 -  Symposium: Theoretical advances in restorative environment research
Room: +1.3
Chairs: Henk Staats (1) & Terry Hartig (2).  (1) Leiden University, The Netherlands (2) Uppsala University, Sweden
  
139. Children’s restorative experiences and pro-environmentalism: How are they linked?
Collado, S. & Staats, H.
119. Joining attention restoration theory with behavior setting theory: the role of perceived interdependencies for restorative processes.
Von Lindern, E.
334. The Environmental Psychophysiology of Light: Lessons for Research on Restorative Environments.
Hartig, T. & Beute, F.
270. Stress and fatigue while understimulated: the other end of restoration needs.
Staats, H.
 
 12:00 h - 13:00 h.

Keynote Lecture

Assembly Room - Floor: -3
 
Chair: Wesley Schultz. California State University San Marcos. President of IAAP (Env.Psy. Div.)
 

Unprecedented Disasters and Environmental Emergencies: What the Rise of Right-wing Populism Means for Transitions towards Sustainability, and What We Should Do Next

Winnifred R. Louis. University of Queensland, Australia.

 
 13:00 h - 14:00 h. Lunch
   
 14.00 h German Psychological Society, Division of Env Psychology, Meeting
 Assembly Room - Floor: -3
   
 14.00 h ELSEVIER “Journal of Environmental Psychology Board Meeting“ (Invited only)
  Room: 0.3
   
 14:00 h - 15:00 h. Poster Session II
 
Poster exhibition area – Floor: -1
 
PO II - 05 - Nature connectedness

 

Chair: Maria Luisa Lima. Lisbon University Institute, ISCTE-IUL, Portugal

 

053. Awe emotion and psychological restoration in natural and urban environments.

Collado, S., Manrique, H. & Corraliza, J. A.

073. Human-Animal Relations viewed by lay and environmentally-involved people: Esteem to Humanity and Empathy with Nature.

Sevillano, V. & Fiske, S.T.

275. Typology of natural settings linked to transcendent experiences.

Lorenzo, E.L. & Corraliza, J.A.

287. Psychological restoration depends on stimulus-source attribution.

Haga, A.

085. Analyzing the restorative value of virtual (3D) environments.

Martínez-Soto, J., González Medina, S.A., & Bautista Blanco, L.Y.

 

 
PO II - 06 - Urban spaces evaluation 

 

Chair: Wouter Poortinga. Cardiff University, United Kingdom

 

107. To evaluate the neighborhood parks by using the Child-Friendly Environment Indicators.

Angie Tseng, T.A., & Tung, C.-M.

140. Factor Structure of the Dispositional Empathy with Nature Scale in Spanish.

Sevillano, V., Corraliza, J.A., & Lorenzo, E.L.

147. Development and validation of a questionnaire addressing flexible work and recovery.

Edvinsson, J. & Jahncke, H.

380. Symmetrical Analysis of Social Movements for Food Sovereignty.

Tamayo, P.A. & Molina, N.

048. Brasília city maps by its inhabitants.

Alves De Souza Filho, E. & Beldarrain-Durandegui, A.

222.A study of children’s independent mobility under the characteristics of neighborhoods of central areas in Taoyuan city, Taiwan.

Tung, C.-M., Tseng , T.-Z., & Wang, S.-Y.

 

 
PO II - 07 - Environmental assessment 

 

Chair: Lorraine Whitmarsh. Cardiff University, United Kingdom

 

151. Vandalism in the urban environment.

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

152. Vandalism of staff in the organization.

Kruzhkova, O.V., Devyatovskaya, I.V., Obolenskaya, A.G., & Krivoshchekova, M.S.

196. Using scenarios to explore how values are expressed in bushfire policy and planning.

Rawluk, A., Williams, K. & Ford, R.

213. Atrium in residential buildings – a design to enhance social interaction in urban areas.

Krook, M., Danileski, I., & Weimer, K.

336. Coping styles, environment, and stress in women with cancer.

Ortega-Andeane, P., Irepan, M., Salvador-Ginez, O. & Estrada, C.

372. Generational Differences of User\'s Behavior in General Hospital.

Choi, Y., Oh, J. & Par, H.

 

 

PO II - 08 - Environmental attitudes and behavior

 

Chair: Helena Martinez Cabrera. University of A Coruña, Spain

 

376. Dynamic pricing and real time information.

Imenes, A.G.

081. Evaluation of a psychoeducational program and its Theory of change for environmental behavior promotion.

Díaz-Marín, J.S.

137. Difference of Background Music Evaluation Depending on Activities at a Cafe.

Maki, K.

167. The transformative potential of teaching mindfulness meditation to adolescents: environmentally significant outcomes of a school-embedded intervention study.

Böhme, T., Geiger, S., & Schrader, U.

178. The Reasons for Change of Privacy Practices in Public Space: A Cross-Cultural Study.

Akca, E., Goregenli, M., & Bonaiuto, M.

378. Examining people’s views on the financing of a low carbon energy transition in the UK

Becker, S., Demski, C., Evensen, D., Roberts, E. & Pidgeon, N.

   
 15:00 h - 16:30 h.

Paper Session IV / Symposia

 
PS-IV-17 - Risk and hazards: perception and management
Room: -1.1
Chair: Octavio Salvador-Ginez. University of A Coruña, Spain
 
024. Changing legal responsibility for cyclist-vehicle collisions to offset risk compensation behaviour.
Bohm, A. & Fotios, E.
077. Unveiling CCU Product Acceptance: The Impact of Benefit and Risk Perceptions in Different User Groups.
Linzenich, A., Arning, K., Van Heek, J. & Ziefle, M.
086. Incorporating public values in natural disaster planning.
Ford, R.M., Rawluk, A. & Williams, K.J.H.
340. Risk perception and hazard response in natural disasters among Mexico City residents: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach.
Salvador-Ginez, O. & Ortega-Andeane, P.
350. Climate Change Risk Perceptions among Hurricane Survivors: Role of Resource Loss, Posttraumatic Stress, Coping, and Resilience.
Sattler, D.N. & Graham, J.
135. Materials developed for deliberation on the pros and cons of nuclear power generation and their educational effect: confidence rating and behavioural intention to gather information.
Maeda, H. & Kusumi, A.
 
PS-IV-18 - Nature based solutions in urban spaces
Room: -1.2
Chair: Adina Dumitru. University of A Coruña, Spain
 
320. Contrasting Views and Practices of Rest: Rest with Nature View versus None, and Guided Practice in Mindfulness of Nature Scenery versus Mindfulness of Breath.
Lymeus, F., Shamsaee, N., Lindeberg, P. & Hartig, T.
369. Generating a reference framework for evaluating nature-based solutions in cities: the CONNECTING project.
Dumitru, A. & García-Mira, R.
188. Urban rivers and physical activity promotion: Toward an ecological-experimental approach.
Gargiulo, I. & Benages, M.
079. From smell to action, a study of smell-sensitivity and uses of nature.
Truong, M.-X., Bonnefoy, B. & Prévot, A.-C.
 
PS-IV-19 - Sustainability in organizational environments
Room: -1.3
Chair: Siegmar Otto. Otto-von-Guericke University, Germany
 
084. The effect of introducing new rules for promoting energy saving behavior in companies.
Sugiura, J. & Nagashima, M.
326. How office design affects our wellbeing.
Wackernagel, S.
221. Role Theory Applied to Investigating Leadership in Sustainability through an Environmental Psychology Perspective in a Qualitative Study.
De Mello E Souza, D. & Bassani, M.A.
145. Motivations and barriers to sustainability in commercial buildings: A qualitative investigation.
Whitney, S. & Riemer, M.
311. A review of the effects of background speech on word processed writing.
Van De Poll, M.K.
092. Fishers as Stewards of the Seas: Commercial fishers’ response to the Fishing for Litter Scheme.
Wyles, K.L., Pahl, S., Carroll, L. & Thompson, R.C.
 
PS-IV-20 - Predicting pro-environmental behavior: individual and contextual factors
Room: -1.4
Chair: Tony Craig. The James Hutton Institute, United Kingdom
 
108. Recycling Behaviour:  A Meta-Analysis on the Influence of Individual and Contextual Factors.
Geiger, J.L., Van der Werff, E., Unal, A.B. & Steg, L.
070. The influence of community relations and low-carbon knowledge to low-carbon lifestyle.
Zhang, H.
096. Goal facilitating agents improve the intention-behavior relationship on environmentally friendly clothing consumption.
Steensen Nielsen, K. & Bauer, J.M.
220.Protecting the Environment for Selfish Reasons: Altruism is not the only Pathway to Sustainability.
De Dominicis, S., Schultz, P.W. & Bonauito, M.
224. Stickiness of pro-environmental behaviours: what factors characterise persistence of water-related behaviours?
Dean, A.J., Smith, L.D.G. & Fielding, K.S.
 
PS-IV-21 - Sustainable transitions and climate change adaptation
Room: 0.2
Chair: Susan Clayton. College of Wooster, USA
 
076. Effects of policy measures and moderating factors on climate change adaptation among private forest owners in Sweden.
Eriksson, L.
131. Experiences of black outs impact perceptions of energy security and climate change and increase intentions to save energy.
Spence, A. & Leygue, C.
141. Linking the environmental and moral self: When self-activation affects decision-making within an integrated self-attributes framework.
 Conte, B., Hahnel, U.J.J. & Brosch, T.
256. Continuity and discontinuity in narratives about ecological change:  Understanding artisanal fishers\' responses to Climate Change governance.
Mouro, C., Santos, T. & Castro, P.
263. Explaining intentions and engagements in behaviors to adapt to climate change of people in and around Cusco (Peru).
Tobias, R., Ebinger, M., Brügger, A. & Monge, F.S.
 
SS-V-01 -  Symposium: Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS): perceptions and acceptance
Room: +1.1
Chair: Dimitrios Xenias. Cardiff University, United Kingdom
 
004. Green framing in low-carbon technology communication; How emphasis on environmental benefits can feel like manipulation.
De Vries, G.
323. Determinants of public acceptance of CCS technology: Results from a survey study in Spain.
Sala, R. & Oltra, C.
330. Public engagement with CCS: barriers, key issues and ways forward.
Xenias, D. & Whitmarsh, L.
365. Lay perceptions of Carbon Dioxide Utilization (CDU) technologies in the UK and Germany: A qualitative interview study.
Jones, C.R., Olfe-Kraütlein, B. & Kaklamanou, D.
364. Unequal brothers -  Comparing public perceptions of CCS and CCU.
Arning, K., Linzenich, A., Van Heek, J. & Ziefle, M.
 
SS-V-02 -  Symposium: Symposium on social acceptance of large scale energy infrastructure
Room: +1.2
Chair: Patrick Devine-Wright. University of Exeter, United Kingdom
 
259. Different-level identities and responses to energy infrastructures at different scales: A post-Brexit reflection on responses to grid extension in the UK.
Batel, S. & Devine-Wright, P.
267. Evaluating the consultation of the German grid development plan (NEP) and to what extend the participation influences acceptance of the grid development.
Hinse, M., Gruendler, J., Hildebrand, J., Rühmland, S. & Schweizer-Ries, P.
317. The importance of place meanings for understanding the social acceptance of tidal and offshore wind energy.
Devine-Wright, P. Wiersma, B. & O'Neill S.
325. Using a narrative approach to understand place attachments and responses to power line proposals: The importance of life-place trajectories.
Bailey, E., Devine-Wright, P. & Batel, S.
 
SS-V-03 -  Symposium:  The role of connection to nature in predicting support for pro-environmental behavior
Room: +1.3
Chair: Maria Luisa Lima. Lisbon University Institute, ISCTE-IUL, Portugal
 
355. Connection to animals and support for wildlife protection among zoo visitors in Chengdu, China.
Clayton, S.D., Bexell, S. & Ping, X.
356. The role of environmental values, environmental identity, and contact with nature, in predicting support for pro-environmental behaviours.
Loureiro, A. & Olivos, P.
357. How to promote \"green\" behavior in the Azores: exploring the relationship “personal values – connection to nature” for clues.
Arroz, A.M., Amorim, I.R., Gabriel, R., Cordeiro Ferreira, T. & Rego, I.E.
358. Connection to nature and conservation of biodiversity in the Azores.
Amorim, I.R., Arroz, A.M., Gabriel, R., Rego, I.E., Borges, P.A.V., Lima, L. & Clayton, S.
359. Bonds with the place, beliefs about the relationship with the environment and protest against petrol exploration.
Hernández, B., Muiños, G., Suárez, E., & Ruiz, C.
 
 16:30 h - 17:00 h. Break
   
 17:00 h - 18:00 h.

Keynote Lecture

Assembly Room - Floor: -3
Chair: Adina Dumitru. University of A Coruña, Spain
 

Understanding intrinsic motivation to engage in pro-environmental actions

Linda Steg. Universiteit Groningen, The Netherlands.
 
 21:00 h. Conference Dinner
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