Conference on Environmental Psychology - Green behaviour, healt and place.
|Wednesday 29th of November|
|10.00-11.00||Coffee and registration|
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 Johansson: An 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?
Scientific Programme: Climate
14.00 Keynote: Gisela Böhm: Emotional 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|
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
|19.00-21.00||Conference Dinner and Award for Environmental distinction|
|Thursday 30th of November|
Auditorium G: Transport
09.00 Keynote: Aslak Fyhri: Nudging 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
Auditorium G: Greening organizations
11.00 Keynote Monica Lundh: Pro-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
|14.00-15.00||Workshop: «Future projects» by Norwegian Network for Environmental Psychology||14.00-17.00: Alternative Program: Sightseeing Lillehammer|
|15.30-16.30||Annual Meeting by Norwegian Network for Environmental Psychology|
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
|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|