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Educating Students on the Psychology of Sustainability

Humans’ impact on the environment is one of the most pressing social issues today, and it’s time to include it in psychology courses, says APS Fellow Barbara Malt.

Changing the Climate on Climate Change

A team of scientists highlights evidence-based insights for public policy and decision-making on climate change.

The Social Dynamics of Environmentalism

Our willingness to engage in pro-environmental activities reflects how we relate with our political ecosystems and nature itself.

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Focusing on Changing Norms Can Spur Eco-Friendly Behavior

The best way to encourage environmentally friendly behavior may be to focus on the changes that are already happening.

Climate Change: The Psychological Impact

Read collected research on how psychological scientists are studying how we’re all weathering a warming planet.

Podcast: The Horse and Human Brain

APS Charter Member Janet Jones shares how her experience as a horse trainer has shaped her research in Under the Cortex.

Virtual Networking for Scientists

Catch up on virtual networking tips and more with the APS Student and Early-Career Webinar Series.

Members in the Media 

Visit the MITM archive to view media coverage of our members’ research and to learn more about how they are sharing psychological science with the public.

Finding the Perfect Mentor

Learn about the National Research Mentoring Network’s evidence-based practices, and watch other APS funding and
policy webinars.

Current Directions in Psychological Science Podcast 

Journal Editor Robert Goldstone invites study authors to dive deeper into the compelling insights behind their recently published research. 

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