Program

The old building at Storhove, Lillehammer

Conference on Environmental Psychology - Green behaviour, healt and place.

Wednesday 29th of November  
10.00-11.00 Coffee and registration  

11.00-13.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific Programme: Nature                                                                             

11.00 Eva Bakøy: Opening of the conference

11.10 Einar Strumse: The future role of environmental psychology.

11.30 Keynote:  Maria JohanssonAn environmental psychology perspective on human interaction with large carnivores

12.05 Short break

12.15 Sofie Selvaag: Welcome, but preferably not everywhere: A tool to help identify and channel users within a protected area.

12.35 Stian Stensland: The role of norms, informal sanctions and assumed consequences in catch-and-release angling.

12.55 Giovanna Calogiuria: Experiencing nature through immersive virtual environments: New frontiers for green exercise research and practice?

13.15-14.00 Lunch  

14.00-15.35

 

 

 

 

Scientific Programme: Climate

14.00 Keynote:  Gisela BöhmEmotional reactions to climate change: An appraisal-theoretical perspective

14.35 Erik Løhre: Climate change and uncertainty: communication challenges

14.55 Svein Åge Kjøs Johnsen: Food waste and the aesthetic threadmill effect

15.15 Erik Nakkerud: Fewer children as pro-environmental behavior: Exploration of narratives

15.35-16.15 Poster session and coffee  

16.15-18.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Auditorium G: Urban planning – from theory to practice

16.15 Konstantinos Mouratidis: Livable cities: How does urban form influence subjectivewell-being?

16.35 Sebastian Peters: How to get a grip of socio-spatiality in public urban space

16.55 Reidulf Watten: To see or not to see – environmental aspects

17.15 Short break

17.20 Katinka Horgen Evensen: Health promoting community planning in Norwegian municipalities: Built environment and community engagement

17.40 Aga Skorupka: Challenges and opportunities in doing applied work at the intersection between environmental psychology and urban design

Auditorium F: Place

16.15 Pavel Grabalov: Place attachment in urban allotment gardens of Kaliningrad, Russia

16.35 Anders Qvale Nyrud: Integrating natural construction materials in the design of healing environments: The impact of using wooden materials in patient rooms

16.55 Elif Karaca: Emotional design of the built environment

17.15 Short break

17.20 Dawit Gebregziabher (skype presentation): Exclosures in peoples mind: Perceptions and attitudes in the Tigray region

18.00-19.00 Social mingle  
19.00-21.00 Conference Dinner and Award for Environmental distinction
     
Thursday 30th of November  
08.30-09.00 Morning Coffee  

09.00-10.55

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Auditorium G: Transport

09.00 Keynote:  Aslak FyhriNudging and transport behavior – let’s fight back the economists!

09.35 Trond Nordfjærn: The role of deliberate planning, car habit and resistance to  change in sustainable transportation mode use

09.55 Alice Ciccone: Comparing incentives for cycling: Results from a field    experiment

10.15 Inge Brechan: Breaking bad habits

10.35 Özlem Simsekoglu: Predictors of intention to use an electric car in Norway

Room S-217: Restoration and more

 

09.35 Leiv Einar Gabrielsen: Wilderness therapy - for adolescents with mental health  challenges.

09.55 Lars Egner: Exploring the restorative effects of environments through conditioning

10.15 Monica Rønning: Interventions to improve recycling: Information vs. norms

 

10.55-11.15 Coffee Break  

11.15-13.10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Auditorium G: Greening organizations

11.00 Keynote  Monica LundhPro-environmental behaviour, work environment and    safety climate in the Swedish merchant fleet.

11.35 Ingeborg Flagstad: Greening organizations: The role of organizational climate for  the environment

11.55 Sylvelin Foldøy: Green organizational changes: The role of organizational citizenship behavour for the environment (OCBE) in a Norwegian context

12.15 Short break

12.30 Åshild Lappegard Hauge: Network learning and attitudes towards climate adaption

12.50 Marika Mellergaard Bové: Green strategies in “the green shift”

Room S-217: Transport / Behavior change

 

11.35 Torbjørn Rundmo: Perception of security in pro-environmental public transport

11.55 Fitwi Wolday: The effect of neighborhood and urban center structures on active travel in small cities

12.15 Short break

12.30 An-Magritt Kummeneje: Risk judgements and cycling frequency among winter cyclist in a Norwegian urban area

12.50 Debora Lombardi: Well designed seats on the bus as buffers of short-termcrowding forhuman functioning: A multi-methodological study inimmersive virtual environments

13.10-14.00 Lunch  
14.00-15.00 Workshop: «Future projects» by Norwegian Network for Environmental Psychology 14.00-17.00: Alternative Program: Sightseeing Lillehammer
15.00-15.30 Coffee Break  
15.30-16.30 Annual Meeting by Norwegian Network for Environmental Psychology
16.30-17.00 Closing Session  
     

Posters

 

 

 

 

 

Trond Nordfjærn: Habitual, safety and security factors related to transport mode use on two types of urban travels

Katinka Evensen: A walk in the park. Assessing perceived safety with the use of VR

Key-note speakers

Invited speakers

Inge Brechan (INN) Breaking bad habits
Marika Mellegaard Bové (INN) Grønne strategier i det grønne skiftet
Katinka Horgen Evensen(INN/NMBU) Health promoting community planning in Norwegian municipalities: Built environment and community engagement
Ingeborg Flagstad (INN) Greening organizations: The role of organizational climate for the environment
Sylvelin Foldøy (INN) Green organizational changes: The role of organizational citizenship behavior for the environment (OCBE) in an Norwegian context
Åshild Lappegard Hauge (SINTEF) Network learning and attitudes towards climate adaptation
Svein Åge Kjøs Johnsen (INN) Food waste and the aesthetic treadmill effect
Erik Nakkerud (UiO) Fewer children as a pro-environmental behavior: Exploration of narratives
Erik Løhre (SIMULA) Climate change and uncertainty: communication challenges
Anders Qvale Nyrud (NMBU) Does elements of nature have a healing effect? The impact of wooden materials and landscape pictures in patient rooms. 
Aga Skorupka (LevaDesign) Challenges and opportunities in doing applied applied work at the intersection between environmental psychology and urban design
Reidulf Watten (HiNN) To see or not to see – environmental aspects
Monica Rønning (INN) Interventions to improve recycling: Information versus norms
Einar Strumse (HiOA) The future role of environmental psychology