Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 05/Oct/2021
2:30pm
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5:00pm
R01: Registrations
Location: Secretariat - Siracusa Municipal Theater
5:00pm
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6:30pm
Opening Ceremony: Opening Ceremony
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Giuseppe Carrus
Chair: Luigi Alini
6:30pm
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9:00pm
Welcome Cocktail: Welcome Cocktail
Location: Secretariat - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Date: Wednesday, 06/Oct/2021
8:45am
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9:30am
K02: Keynote speaker: Prof. Florian Kaiser
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Immo Fritsche
9:30am
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9:45am
WB01: Walking Break
Location: Palazzo del Vermexio
WB07: Walking Break
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
9:45am
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11:00am
PS1-1-A: SYMP 336 - The restorative environment: Brain, person, situation, structure
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Terry Alan Hartig
The presentation from Simone Kuhen "Testing the effects of natural environments on the human brain", will be held on parallel session PS3-5-C, Friday, 08/Oct/2021: 4:45pm - 6:00pm, Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
 

The restorative environment: Brain, person, situation, structure

Chair(s): Terry Alan Hartig, Henk Staats

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Testing the effects of natural environments on the human brain

Simone Kühn

 

The role of the person in restorative environments: A review of the literature and future research directions

Eleanor Ratcliffe

 

A discrepancy reduction account of restorative nature experiences

Yannick Joye, Maja Fischer, Massimo Köster, Agnes Moors

 

Proxemics and restorative situations: Social strategies for restoration

Henk Staats, Mirjam Christina Reidick

 

Extensions of a general framework for restorative environments theory

Terry Hartig

PS1-1-B: Paralell Session: Environmental Policies and Climate
Location: Room B - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Angelika Gellrich
 

How to Bridge the Acceptability-Acceptance Gap in Environmental Policy Research

Ronja Gerdes, Fenja König, Florian G. Kaiser



From indirectly to directly positive: the contribution of a positive orientation to environmental policy

Shula Goulden, Dorit Kerret



Environmental consciousness in Germany 2020 – Results of a representative survey

Angelika Gellrich, Immanuel Stiess, Georg Sunderer



Who are the climate change skeptics? Right-wing populism in Austria and its relationship to climate change skepticism

Susanne Bolte, Isabella Uhl-Haedicke

PS1-1-C: Paralell Session: Measurement methods and assessment tools
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Marco Boffi
 

Can We Do More than "Bouncing Back"? Development and Validation of the Climate Change Transilience Scale

Valentina Lozano Nasi, Lise Jans, Linda Steg



Exp-EIA©: an experience-based assessment method to anticipate the impacts of urban transformations

Marco Boffi, Nicola Rainisio, Barbara Ester Adele Piga



But what does it count? Transdisciplinary development and prototyping of a feedback tool for sufficient behaviour in a real-world laboratory

Margarete Over, Tilmann Levi Hüppauff

PS1-1-D: Symp 249 - Pro-Environmental Action Across the Globe: Showcasing Cross-Cultural Endeavors
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
 

Pro-Environmental Action Across the Globe: Showcasing Cross-Cultural Endeavors

Chair(s): Karlijn L . van den Broek

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Trends in Climate Change Risk Perception Research in Africa: A Systematic Review

Usman Isyaku, Gisela Böhm, Charles Ogunbode

 

Measuring climate change perceptions in non-western countries: Challenges and recommendations

Anne Valkengoed, Sanchayan Nath, Karlijn van den Broek

 

A Tool for Comparing Mental Models across Cultures, Stakeholder Groups, and over Time

Karlijn van den Broek, Joseph Luomba, Jan van den Broek, Helen Fischer

 

WITHDRAWN

withdrawn Tobias

 

WITHDRAWN

withdrawn Reisch



(Un)sustainable consumption in a disrupted society: Covid-19 and the new normal – An empirical study exploring changes to Brazilian consumer practices

Patrick Elf, Caroline Verfuerth, Carla Pasa Gomez

11:00am
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11:30am
CB01: Coffee break
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
CB04: Coffee break
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
11:30am
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12:45pm
PS1-2-A: Symp 184: People-Environment interactions during Covid-19
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Eleanor Ratcliffe
 

People-Environment interactions during Covid-19

Chair(s): Birgitta Gatersleben, Kayleigh Wyles

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Nature engagement at home supports wellbeing during COVID-19 lockdown

Eleanor Ratcliffe, Sadhanna Jagannath, Rachel Oh

 

How do primary school children perceive and cope with two difference global crises: climate and Covid-19?

Anthea Lacchia, Geertje Schuitema

 

Engaging with urban nature during COVID-19: Constraints on restoration and nature connection

Rose Macaulay, Kathryn Williams, Katherine Johnson, Kate Lee

 

WITHDRAWN

Emma White, Birgitta Gatersleben, Kayleigh Wyles

 

Maintaining contact with blue-green spaces during the Covid19 pandemic associated with positive mental health

Mathew P. White, Sarai Pouso, Ángel Borja, Lora E. Fleming, Erik Gómez-Baggethun, María C. Uyarra

PS1-2-B: Paralell Session: Identity processes
Location: Room B - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Catalin Stancu
 

Cultivating connectedness: How an app-based mind-body practice increases global identity and pro-environmental engagement

Laura S. Loy, Alisa Scheuermann, Elisabeth Prestele, Patrick S. Fissler, Gerhard Reese



Appeals to multiple self-identities and their role in sustainable consumer behaviours

Catalin Stancu



Saliency of Multifinal Means Increases Identity Goal Overlap: Individuals pursuing both Environment and Health Identity Goals

Sadia Zaman, Hanna Spychalska-Waszek, Johannes T. Doerflinger, Peter M. Gollwitzer, Katarzyna Byrka



Mental Self-Nature Reconnection Boosts Pro-Environmental Consumer Behavior: Manipulating Environmental Identity in Consumption Contexts

Leila Rahmani, Sandor Czellar, Simona Haasova, Valentina Clergue, Christian Martin

PS1-2-C: Symp 230: Positive energy districts: their set-up and governance to stimulate behaviour change
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Iljana Schubert
Chair: Annika Sohre
 

Positive energy districts: their set-up and governance to stimulate behaviour change

Chair(s): Iljana Schubert, Annika Sohre

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Energy flexibility in microgrids and PEDs: investigation on costs, risks, and benefits

Luca Lamonaca, Helen Heinz

 

PED creation in Spain and community energy initiatives; towards a just transition

Adam Xavier Hearn, Annika Sohre, Darja Mihailova, Iljana Schubert

 

Experimental path of renewable energy communities in Sicliy: Fondazione di Comunità di Messina and Solidarity&Energy ESCO.

Agatino Nicita, Monica Musolino, Antonio Pietro Francesco Andaloro, Fabio Mostaccio, Erika D’Aleo

 

Understanding preferences for characteristics of renewable energy communities

Darja Mihailova, Iljana Schubert, Adam Xavier Hearn, Annika Sohre, Adan Martinez Cruz

 

Grassroots energy dynamics: role of household behavior changes and social norms in climate change mitigation

Leila Niamir, Felix Creutzig



Positive Energy Districts: Mainstreaming Energy Transition in Urban Areas

Erkinai Derkenbaeva

PS1-2-D: Symp 120 - How do people perceive, cope with, and adjust to a changing climate? New research on climate change adaptation
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Anne M. van Valkengoed
 

How do people perceive, cope with, and adjust to a changing climate? New research on climate change adaptation

Chair(s): Anne M. van Valkengoed

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

UK public understanding of climate impacts, risks and adaptation strategies in times of COVID-19

Katharine Steentjes, Nick Pidgeon, Christina Demski, Adam Corner

 

Can place attachment affect the performance of pro-social and pro-environmental behaviours in environmental risk contexts?

Silvia Ariccio, Marino Bonaiuto

 

Make it personal: Introducing intangible outcomes and psychological sources to flood vulnerability and flood policy

Philipp Babcicky, Sebastian Seebauer, Thomas Thaler

 

Explaining preparedness to natural hazards and climate change: Avenues for theory development

Torsten Grothmann

 

Why and when are climate change perceptions associated with adaptation behaviour? The role of risk perception and efficacy

Anne M. van Valkengoed, Goda Perlaviciute, Linda Steg

12:45pm
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1:45pm
Lunch 01: Lunch
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
1:45pm
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3:00pm
PS1-3-A: Symp 207-212 Research from the IAPS Restorative Environments Network (iapsREN)
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Eleanor Ratcliffe
Withdrawn presentations: - Wyles et al - Mintz et al. - Sufineyestani et al - Kossmann - Newman et al. - Benfield et al.
 

Research from the IAPS Restorative Environments Network (iapsREN): Part 1

Chair(s): Kate E Lee, Eleanor Ratcliffe, Stephanie Wilkie, Robert P van Dongen

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Growing Evidence – How Urban Greenspace Supports Mental Health

Marilisa Herchet, Timon Krause, Mathias Hofmann

 

WITHDRAWN

Everly Jazi

 

Letting our Wellbeing Soar - Can bird displays at wildlife parks improve wellbeing?

Kayleigh J Wyles, Phoebe Crook, Jessica Green, Hannah Shaw

 

A tranquil place to smoke: Interactions with nature and cannabis use

Jacob A Benfield, Lucy J Troup, B Derrick Taff

 

CONVERTED TO POSTER

Keren Kaplan Mintz



Research from the IAPS Restorative Environments Network (iapsREN): Part 2

Chair(s): Kate E Lee, Eleanor Ratcliffe, Robert P van Dongen, Stephanie Wilkie

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Restorative Effect of the Presence of Greenery on the Classroom in Children’s Cognitive Performance

Fátima Bernardo, Isabel Loupa-Ramos, Cristina Matos Silva, Maria Manso

 

Healthy Home Design: Through the Lens of Sensory Stimulations and Restorative Experiences

Mina Sufineyestani

 

Natural Sounds May Improve Surgeons' Mood States After Surgery

Yasushi Suko, Tomoharu Shindo, Kaoru Saito, Norimasa Takayama, Shin’ichi Warisawa, Tetsuya Sakuma, Masaaki Ito, Pasi Kytölä, Tapio Nummi, Kalevi Korpela

 

Assessing research on the restorative effect of nature in virtual realities

Katharina E Kossmann

 

WITHDRAWN

Mark Newman, Birgitta Gatersleben, Kayleigh J Wyles

PS1-3-B: Paralell Session: Social Norms
Location: Room B - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Ferdinando Fornara
 

A matter of norms? How households and organizations make sustainable investments.

Ingo Kastner, Sebastian Bobeth, Annalena Becker, Ellen Matthies



The Dynamics of Norms

Marlene Clara Lucia Batzke, Andreas Ernst

PS1-3-C: Paralell Session: Challenges and opportunities in Energy Management
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Anke Bloebaum
 

Evaluation of rebound-reducing effects of psychological intervention techniques with regard to heating energy consumption of German households

Anke Bloebaum, Karolin Schmidt, Sebastian Bamberg, Philipp Koesling



Optimising energy management using Behavioral Economics

Nicolas Caballero, Matteo Ploner



ReTour - An inter- and transdisciplinary study of renewable energy technologies in tourism regions

Robert Gennaro Sposato, Thomas Schauppenlehner, Christian Mikovits, Veronika Dworzak, Lilia Schmalzl, Nina Hampl, Patrick Scherhaufer



Social acceptance of renewable energy technologies in tourism regions

Veronika Dworzak, Lilia Schmalzl, Nina Hampl, Robert Gennaro Sposato

PS1-3-D: Paralell Session: Looking to the Future
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Ellen Van der Werff
 

Can I be the change? Findings from a four-wave panel study on efficacy beliefs and pro-environmental behavior

Karen Hamann, Gerhard Reese



Subsidies for climate action

Ellen Van der Werff, Anne Van Valkengoed



Climate Anxiety: Towards Understanding Its Structure and Correlates in a German-speaking Quota Sample

Marlis Charlotte Wullenkord, Josephine Tröger, Karen Hamann, Laura Sophia Loy, Gerhard Reese

3:00pm
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3:15pm
WB02: Walking Break
Location: Palazzo del Vermexio
WB08: Walking Break
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
3:15pm
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4:30pm
PS1-4-A: Paralell Session: Restorative environments
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Mathew White
 

Capturing Common Perspectives in How People Relate to Biodiversity

Gail E. Austen, Martin Dallimer, Katherine N. Irvine, Rob Fish, Phoebe R. Maund, Zoe G. Davies



Connection to the natural world and mental health: An 18 country study

Mathew White, Lewis Elliott, Grellier James, Economou Theo, Simon Bell, Greg Bratman, Mireia Gascon, Lisa Lima, Mare Lohmus, Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, Ann Ojala, Anne Roiko, Wesley Schultz, Matilda van den Bosch, Alice Wemaere, Lora Fleming



Appraisals of wildlife during restorative opportunities in local natural settings

Maria Johansson, Anders Flykt, Jens Frank, Terry Hartig



Exploration of the mental representation of naturalness, individual concepts of nature and their role in restorativeness of environments.

Izabela Maria Sztuka, Simone Kühn

PS1-4-C: Paralell Session: Ecological behavior
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Kim Doell
 

The Neural Mechanisms of Sustainable Actions

Kim Doell, Tobias Brosch



Materialism as an Attitude within the Campbell Paradigm

Juliane K. Bücker, Anne K. Overbeck, Florian G. Kaiser



More Green Than Gray? Toward a Sustainable Overview of Environmental Spillover Effects: A Bayesian Meta-Analysis

Sandra J. Geiger, Cameron Brick, Ladislas Nalborczyk, Nils B. Jostmann



Psychological predictors of littering in the Global South – A field experiment in The Gambia

Laura Farage, Isabella Uhl-Hädicke, Nina Hansen



Should doesn’t mean can. Introducing Normative Compensatory Green Beliefs for the Case of Austrian High School Graduates.

Matthias Penker, Sebastian Seebauer, Michael Brenner-Fließer, Markus Hadler

PS1-4-D: Paralell Session: Citizen Participation and SD Goals
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Erica Margareta Catharina Elvira Löfström
 

Behavioural systems mapping for sustainable, healthy cities

Joanna Hale, Hellen Gitau, Kanyiva Muindi, Nici Zimmermann, Susan Michie



Time to fan the flames of a climate revolution?

Erica Margareta Catharina Elvira Löfström



Community acceptance of top-down vs. bottom-up renewable energy developments: the role of collective psychological ownership and place-technology fit

Vanja Medugorac, Geertje Schuitema, Aparajita Banerjee



Participatory integrated water resource management as a strategy to cope with climate change impacts in Alpine regions: Empirical evidence about the success in a Swiss case study

Matthias Buchecker, Raphael Gaus, Marius Fankhauser



Citizen Science in Classrooms: A Participatory Approach to Foster Nature Conservation Behavior?

Sabrina Köhler, Immo Fritsche, Torsten Masson, Julia Siebert, Jörg Zabel

 
4:30pm
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4:45pm
TB01: Tea Break
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
TB04: Tea Break
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
4:45pm
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6:00pm
PS1-5-A: PS1-5-A: SYMP 368 - A focus on energy behaviour of citizens in large interdisciplinary EU projects
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Christian Klöckner
 

A focus on energy behaviour of citizens in large interdisciplinary EU projects

Chair(s): Christian Klöckner

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Combined use of energy management IoT equipment with digital user interfaces and nudging interventions for behavioural change

Stratos Keranidis, Filippos Anagnostopoulos, Stephanie van Hove, Peter Conradie, Merkouris Karaliopoulos

 

The combined effect of social norms in promoting energy conservation

Ioannis Pragidis

 

Looking for synergies on energy conservation interventions: combining tariff and nudge interventions

Carlos Quesada Granja, Diego Casado Mansilla, Armando Aguayo Mendoza, Victor Cosse, Antonio Jose Moreno Soria, Chris Merveille, Leire Astigarraga, Cruz Enrique Borges Hermandez, Irizar Ane

 

Using social science informed interventions in the real world – lessons learned from the first year of ENCHANT

Christian Klöckner

 

Dumbing down or stepping up? Close collaboration with and active involvement of user partners

Berit Nilsen

PS1-5-C: Paralell Session 1-5-C
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
PS1-5-D: Paralell Session: Values and environmental research
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Oriana Mosca
 

Feeling good in the place we live: the moderating role of presence and accessibility of environmental resources in the relationship between values and individual and familiar wellbeing

Fridanna Maricchiolo, Daniele Paolini, Oriana Mosca, Davide Marino



A four-wave longitudinal investigation of adolescents’ biospheric values, environmental self-identity, personal norms and pro-environmental behavior

Audra Balundė, Mykolas Simas Poškus, Goda Kaniušonytė, Lina Jovarauskaitė, Rita Žukauskienė



Do Ecosystem Service Frameworks Represent People’s Values?

Martin Dallimer, Phoebe R. Maund, Katherine N. Irvine, Robert Fish, Gail E. Austen, Zoe G. Davies



Effects of Social, Biospheric and Temporal Dilemma Preferences on Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

Jan Urban, Davina Vačkářová

 
6:00pm
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7:00pm
JEP Board meeting: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Editorial Board Meeting.
Location: Room B - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Wesley Schultz
POS1: POSTER SESSION #1
Location: Poster Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
 

A social identity analysis of the acceptance of traffic-reducing policies

Viktoria Allert



Do Emotions, Nature Relatedness, and Conservation Concern Influence Students’ Evaluations of Arguments about Biodiversity Conservation?

Iresha Jayasinghe, Rebekka Darner



Emotional receptivity to the benefits of nature: The association of cognitive reappraisal with increased pro-environmental behavior through the enhanced experience of being away

Annalisa Theodorou, Angelo Panno, Giuseppina Spano, Claudio Imperatori, Giovanni Sanesi, Giuseppe Carrus



Parents or Peers? Predictors of Pro-Environmental Behavior in Adolescence: A Longitudinal Study

Žukauskienė Rita, Gabė Vaida, Malinauskienė Oksana, Kaniušonytė Goda



Evaluation of the short-term effects of the intervention program “acuatic” in promoting pro-environmental behavior

Goda Kaniušonytė, Vaida Gabė, Audra Balundė, Lina Jovarauskaitė, Mykolas Simas Poškus, Oksana Malinauskienė, Rita Žukauskienė



Restoration using virtual reality nature simulation

Simone Grassini, Karin Laumann



What makes an environment beneficial? Finding a neural pathway for cognitive restoration in urban versus natural environments

Emil Stobbe, Simone Kuehn



Potential restorative effects of virtual parks

Guzin Oztok, Doga Gulhan



Adolescents’ risk perceptions in the context of the ecological disaster: a longitudinal investigation

Lina Jovarauskaitė, Audra Balundė, Goda Kaniušonytė, Rita Žukauskienė, Mykolas Simas Poškus



The impact of current temperature and survey method on heat risk perception and climate change belief

Veronique Holzen, Anna Heidenreich, Annegret Thieken



When and Why do People Accept Nudges and other Public Policy Interventions? A Review-Based Framework on Public Policy Acceptance

Sonja Grelle, Wilhelm Hofmann



Why did people accept the HLW disposal site? : A case study in France

Toshiaki Aoki



The role of the urban environment in the formation of young people’s vandalism

Irina Vorobyeva



Typical semantic loads classification of visual consequences of vandal activity in the urban space of the regions of the Russian Federation

Marina Rashitovna Babikova



PERSONAL DETERMINANTS OF VANDAL BEHAVIOR OF YOUTH

Irina Deviatovskaia, Olesya Blinova



How just are Just Transition plans? Perceptions of peat workers in Ireland

Aparajita Banerjee, Geertje Schuitema



Environmental Psychology and Participatory Interior Design: a case study

Margherita Brondino, Margherita Pasini, Rita Trombin, Zeno Filippi



Climate change risk perception and the Fridays for Future movement

Robert Gennaro Sposato, Isabell Lehnertz, Nina Hampl



Reflections on communicating dynamic norm information to limit meat eating

Alaa AlDoh, Paul Sparks, Peter R Harris



Dispositional Empathy with Nature Scale: psychometric proprieties of the Italian version

Virginia Bertoldo, Bernardo Hernández Ruiz, Ernesto Jesús Suárez Rodríguez



Mental models about energy transition pathways among student samples from Norway and Germany

Gisela Böhm, Rouven Doran, Daniel Hanss, Hans-Rüdiger Pfister



Impact of Transformations in Urban Planning and Design on the Wellbeing of Vulnerable Groups: A systematic review of Happy Places for All

Marica Cassarino, Sara Biscaya, Sina Shahab



Animals’ attractiveness and children’s environmental moral judgments

Silvia Collado Salas, Rocío Rodríguez-Rey



Will my home remain my castle? Tenants’ interview topics regarding an eco-friendly refurbishment strategy in a neighbourhood in Germany

Karin Dr. Schakib-Ekbatan, Annette Dr. Roser



Ingroup Bias in the Context of Meat Consumption. Using Attitudes Toward Meat-Eaters and Vegetarians to Predict Food Choice

Yvonne Emig



Future Scenarios as a Tool to Communicate Sustainable Development in Coastal Communities in Palawan, Philippines

Isabell Richter, Sumeldan Joel, Arvillanosa Arlene, Creencia Lota, Gabe-Thomas Elizabeth, Pahl Sabine



Influences of energy-efficient design and technologies on residents’ behaviour: Post-occupancy evaluation of collective residential buildings

Pimkamol Mattsson, Ricardo Bernado, Maria Johansson, Anders Warell



The effects of society on the relationships between injunctive, descriptive, and personal norms and pro-environmental behaviours

William Hoi-Wing Chan, Alina Mia Udall, Kim-Pong Tam



The Effect of Norms on Staying in Potential Shrinking Cities: Considering Descriptive and Injunctive Norms, Place Identity, and Future Risky Perception

Siyi An, Toshiaki Aoki



How Should Comprehensive Child Support Centers in Japan be Improved From an Environmental Design Point of View?

Ayako Naka



Schools as energy embassies in neighbourhoods; Results from implementing a participatory action oriented transition intervention.

Gerdien de Vries, Thomas Hoppe



Slowing down for good. Time wealth as a driver for well-being and sustainable consumption

Sonja M. Geiger, Jan-Philipp Freudenstein



Contact with Nature and Wellbeing During COVID-19 Lockdown

Keren Kaplan Mintz, Ofira Ayalon, Tzipi Eshet, Orly Nathan



Vandalism of road signs: causes of damage and destruction of perception

Olga Kruzhkova



Natural Space as a Facilitator of Health Equity in Cities

Everly Jazi, Alia Dietsch

6:00pm
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7:30pm
DGPs meeting: Meeting of the German Environmental Psychology Division
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Immo Fritsche
Date: Thursday, 07/Oct/2021
8:45am
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9:30am
K01: Keynote speaker: Prof. Chiara Tonelli
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Luigi Alini
9:30am
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9:45am
WB03: Walking Break
Location: Palazzo del Vermexio
WB09: Walking Break
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
9:45am
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11:00am
PS2-1-A: SYMP 186 - What did we learn from the lockdown? Leadership, work and well-being at home and in the residential area during the COVID-19 crisis.
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Christoph Steinebach
Chair: Giuseppe Carrus
 

What did we learn from the lockdown? Leadership, work and well-being at home and in the residential area during the COVID-19 crisis.

Chair(s): Christoph Steinebach, Giuseppe Carrus

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Home-office in times of pandemic. An ecological-systemic perspective.

Christoph Steinebach, Volker B. Schulte

 

Home-working and wellbeing during the Covid-19 lockdown in Italy: environmental and social aspects

Giuseppe Carrus, Sabine Pirchio

 

Mental health - What can we learn from the Platform Mental Health to determine which interventions from individual to environmental level contribute to improved mental health of employees working (hybridly) from home?

Klaske Veth

 

Socio-psychological determinants of psychological well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Volker B. Schulte, Larisa Zotova

PS2-1-C: PS2-1-C: SYMP 137 - The role of the individual in the Great Transformation to sustainability
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Ellen Matthies
Chair: John Thøgersen
 

The role of the individual in the Great Transformation to sustainability

Chair(s): Ellen Matthies, John Thøgersen

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The chicken or the egg? Behavioral spillover between climate action and climate policy acceptance

John Thøgersen, Arild Vatn, Marianne Aasen, Paul Stern

 

Acceptance of renewable energies – psychology and beyond

Gundula Hübner

 

Acceptability of CO2-Pricing Systems – Let’s hear from the people!

Ellen Matthies, Annalena Becker, Sebastian Bobeth, Martin Merten

 

What drives Pro-Environmental Activism of Young People? A Field Study on the Fridays for Future Movement

Hannah Wallis, Laura Loy

 

Disruptive communication as a means to stimulate multi-stakeholder engagement in deep climate transitions

Christian A. Klöckner, Erica Löfström

PS2-1-D: Paralell Session: The importance of Nature in urban settings
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Annalena Catharina Becker
 

Where to go for a walk? Investigating neural consequences of a one-hour walk in natural vs. urban environment

Sonja Sudimac, Vera Sale, Simone Kühn



A green and liveable city for people – Psychological determinants of urban quality of life in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Annalena Catharina Becker, Anke Blöbaum, Amelie McKenna, Ravi Jayaweera



Awareness and Attitudes toward Threatened Species in the Arabian Gulf Region: Insights from a large multi-cultural sample in Qatar

Jennifer Bruder, Lauren Burakowski, Almayasa Al-Naimi, Amal Al-Korbi, Sara Al-Hemaidi, Reem Al-Haddad



The importance of having a green garden for the health of city dwellers

Sjerp de Vries



Green space and mental health: which type matters most?

Femke Beute, Sjerp de Vries, Zoe Davies, Julie Glanville, Hans Keune, Annamaria Lammel, Melissa Marselle, Liz O'Brien, Agnieszka Olszewska-Guizzo, Roy Remmen, Alessio Russo, Maria Beatrice Andreucci

 
11:00am
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11:30am
CB02: Coffee break
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
CB05: Coffee break
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
11:30am
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12:45pm
PS2-2-A: Parallel Session: Human-Nature interactions
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Sjerp de Vries
 

Nature contact and health-risk behaviours: prevalence, and population attributable fraction in a cross-sectional international sample.

Leanne Martin, Mathew White, Sabine Pahl, Jon May



Connecting Nature Impact Assessment Framework: 5 steps to assess the impact of the Nature-based Solutions

Adina Dumitru, David Tomé-Lourido



Forms of denial in the social representation of climate change. Analyses of Twitter conversations

Valentina Rizzoli, Bruno Gabriel Salvador Casara, Mauro Sarrica, Bruno Mazzara



Early-life environmental exposure determinants of child behavior in Europe: a longitudinal, population-based study

Léa Maitre, Jordi Julvez, Monica López-Vicente, Charline Warembourg, Claire Philippat, Xavier Basagaña, Juan R Gonzalez, Leda Chatzi, Regina Gražulevičienė, Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, Remy Slama, Cathrine Thomsen, John Wright, Martine Vrijheid

PS2-2-C: Paralell Session: Environmental Design, cities and sustainability
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair:
Ferdinando Fornara
 

Investigating effects of modern urban planning processes on the quality of public spaces and the urban fabric with a hermeneutic approach

Stützer Maximilian, Sebastian Bobeth



Users’ preferences toward an old prison reuse: the case of Buoncammino in the city of Cagliari

Sara Manca, Oriana Mosca, Ferdinando Fornara



A smart home for the environment or for living comfort? An interdisciplinary approach to investigate the interplay of user behaviour and environmental performance

Vivian Frick, Johanna Pohl, Matthias Finkbeiner, Tilman Santarius



The role of Urban Design in the creation of Mobility Mindsets

Ana Cláudia Proença, Cecília Silva, José Palma-Oliveira

PS2-2-D: Paralell Session: Environmental Threats: perceptions and reactions
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Mykolas Simas Poškus
 

Adolescents' bottled water consumption after a potentially contaminating event

Mykolas Simas Poškus, Rita Žukauskienė, Goda Kaniušonytė, Audra Balundė, Lina Jovarauskaitė



Faking the quake: Differing responses to induced seismicity from disparate events

Darrick Nighthawk Evensen, Phil Bartie, Jen Dickie, Ilaria Mosca, Adam Varley, Hazel Napier



Is environmental threat increasing system justification and environmental denial?

Hélène Labarre, Marie-Line Felonneau



(Not) Doing the Right Things for the Wrong Reasons: An Investigation of Consumer Attitudes, Perceptions, and Willingness to Pay for Bio-Based Plastics

Maria V. Zwicker, Cameron Brick, Gert-Jan M. Gruter, Frenk van Harreveld

 
12:45pm
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1:45pm
Lunch 02: Lunch
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
1:45pm
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3:00pm
PS2-3-A: PS2-3-A: SYMP 376 - S-Motivating energy citizenship and other pro-environmental behaviour: The importance of individual factors and pro-environmental social identity
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Lise Jans
 

Motivating energy citizenship and other pro-environmental behaviour: The importance of individual factors and pro-environmental social identity

Chair(s): Lise Jans

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Who supports Energy Citizenship?

Katja Corcoran

 

When ‘We’ equals ‘Action’: Testing Social Identity Effects on Pro-environmental Action

Immo Fritsche, Parrisa Chokrai, Torsten Masson

 

Collective self-fulfilling prophecies: Group identification biases perceptions of environmental group norms among high identifiers

Torsten Masson

 

The bottom-up formation of pro-environmental social identities: Vegan cooking workshops, energy communities, and other pro-environmental initiatives

Lise Jans

 

The role of community in understanding involvement in community energy initiatives

Fleur Goedkoop, Lise Jans, Linda Steg, Daniel Sloot, Andreas Flache, Jaco Dijkstra

PS2-3-C: Paralell Session: Sustainable Food Choices
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Christian Klöckner
 

Behavioral effects of guideline-provision on climate-friendly food choices – A psychological perspective

Karolin Schmidt



Can CO2e Labels Encourage Green Food Choices?

Swen Jonas Kühne, Ester Reijnen, Lea Laasner Vogt, Melanie Baumgartner



What consumers want in a sustainability food label: Results from online co-creation workshops in Denmark, Northern Ireland & United Kingdom

Susanne Pedersen, Tony Benson, George Tsalis, Rebecca Futtrup, Moira Dean, Jessica Aschemann-Witzel



Comparing the effect of price, regional and environmental stickers on the willingness to purchase suboptimal, regional dairy products among young consumers in Germany

Verena Mückenhausen



Who goes for the synthetic meat? Insights from a choice experiment on a sample from the Norwegian population

Christian Klöckner

PS2-3-D: PS2-3-D SYMP 202 - Leveraging emotions for sustainable action
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Tobias Brosch
 

Leveraging emotions for sustainable action

Chair(s): Tobias Brosch

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

How does climate change make you feel?

Christian Mumenthaler, Tobias Brosch

 

Environmental value orientation predicts self-reported intensity of emotional responses towards environmental stimuli

Beatrice Conte, Ulf Hahnel, Tobias Brosch

 

Imagining sustainable futures: The role of anticipatory emotions and values in responses to climate mitigation policies

Madeline Judge, Mia Schrader, Goda Perlaviciute, Nadja Contzen, Linda Steg, Julien Fernando, Georgia Warren-Myers

 

The impact of direct and vicarious warm glow on sustainable actions in everyday life

Tobias Brosch, Beatrice Conte, Kimberly C. Doell

 

I love the technology but also the policy? Emotional responses towards the mandatory adoption of a low-carbon energy innovation

Nadja Contzen, Goda Perlaviciute, Linda Steg

 
3:00pm
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3:15pm
WB04: Walking Break
Location: Palazzo del Vermexio
WB10: Walking Break
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
3:15pm
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4:30pm
PS2-4-A: PS2-4-A: SYMP 189 - Public Participation in Decision-Making on Sustainable Energy Transitions
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Lu Liu
 

Public Participation in Decision-Making on Sustainable Energy Transitions

Chair(s): Lu Liu

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Effects of decision-making power on public acceptability of renewable energy projects

Lu Liu, Thijs Bouman, Goda Perlaviciute, Linda Steg

 

Public acceptance formation and updating of shallow geothermal energy in the French-speaking region of Switzerland

Tobia Spampatti, Ulf Hahnel, Evelina Trutnevyte, Tobias Brosch

 

Legal aspects of public participation in the Dutch energy transition: the case of wind farms

Sanne Akerboom

 

Goals for Public Participation in Renewable Energy

David Bidwell

 

A means to an end? Power, politics and ‘public participation’ as a tool for achieving social acceptance of energy technologies

Stacia Ryder, Susana Batel, Patrick Devine-Wright, Hannah Devine-Wright, Fin Sherry-Brennan

PS2-4-B: Paralell Session: Sustainable Households and public space
Location: Room B - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Dorothea Schaffner
 

Explaining households’ waste management behavior

Emilie Guichard, Stephane Jouffre, Cedric Bouquet, Frédérique Autin



Home environment and the brain: Psychological responses to architectural paramenters

Nour Tawil, Izabela Maria Sztuka, Kira Pohlmann, Sudimac Sonja, Simone Kühn



Energy Efficient Homes: The Role of Social Norms and Influencers in Homeowners Decision Making

Dorothea Schaffner, Denise Kuster



Navigating the pandemic: wayfinding, social distancing and crowds in a complex shopping mall

Kristina Jazuk, Ruth Conroy Dalton, Christoph Hoelscher

PS2-4-C: Paralell Session: Risk perception and adaptation
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Amanda Elizabeth Lai
 

Living with wild waters. A Qualitative Study on perceived risks in communities exposed to extreme weather events in Western Norway

Amanda E. Lai, Christian A. Klöckner



A New Climate-Externalities-Food-Knowledge Test Validated by Item Response Theory and Behavioral Data Prediction

Gonzalo Haefner, Janosch Schobin



Nature Engagement during the Covid-19 Pandemic: A European Perspective based on a Pan-European Survey Approach

Cassandra Murphy, Tadhg MacIntyre, Mario Balzan, Elaine Gallagher, Aoife Donnelly



Understanding individual perceptions about forest fires in Portugal through qualitative methods: impacts, causes and prevention

Ligia M.C. Pinto, Marieta Valente, Carla Ferreira, Rita Mesquita

PS2-4-D: PS2-4-D: SYMP 449 - Exploring the complexity of climate change emotions and their implications for mental health and pro-environmental behavior
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Artur Marchewka
 

Exploring the complexity of climate change emotions and their implications for mental health and pro-environmental behavior

Chair(s): Artur Marchewka

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Mapping the Emotional Landscape of Climate Change Concern in Norway

Michalina Marczak, Małgorzata Winkowska, Katia Chaton-Østlie, Christian Klöckner

 

A comparative perspective on emotional response to climate change - similarities and differences between Poland and Norway

Dominika Zaremba, Maria Kulesza, Małgorzata Wierzba, Aleksandra Herman, Christian Klöckner, Jarosław Michałowski, Michalina Marczak, Artur Marchewka

 

WITHDRAWN

Magdalena Budziszewska, Sofia Elisabet Jonsson

 

Body Maps of Climate Change Emotions: Where in the body do we feel emotions related to climate change?

Aleksandra Herman, Dominika Zaremba, Bartosz Kossowski, Jarosław Michałowski, Michalina Marczak, Christian Klöckner, Artur Marchewka

4:30pm
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4:45pm
TB02: Tea Break
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
TB05: Tea Break
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
4:45pm
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6:00pm
PS2-5-A: Panel discussion: Theory or impact?
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Anne M. van Valkengoed
Chair: Kristian Steensen Nielsen
Title: Theory or impact? A panel discussion on future directions for environmental psychology
Convenors: Anne van Valkengoed & Kristian Nielsen
Participants: Kristian Nielsen, Wesley Schultz, Paul Stern, Anne van Valkengoed Moderator: Giuseppe Carrus
PS2-5-B: Paralell Session: Theoretical Perspectives in Environment-Behavior studies
Location: Room B - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Florian Kaiser
 

Psychological perspectives on sufficiency-oriented consumption in online environments

Vivian Frick



Linking Environmental Psychology and Critical Social Psychology: Theoretical considerations towards a comprehensive research agenda

Thomas Kühn, Sebastian Bobeth



A new goal-directed framework to understand reluctances in adopting pro-environmental behaviour

Massimo Anders Francesco Köster, Agnes Moors



Concepts assessing individual-level environmental sustainability: An integrative review and taxonomy

Laura Maria Wallnoefer, Petra Riefler

PS2-5-C: Paralell Session: Shared resources and environmental concern
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Mauro Sarrica
 

Public concern about, and desire for research into, the human health effects of marine plastic pollution: Results from a 15-country survey across Europe and Australia

Sophie Davison, Mathew White, Sabine Pahl, Tim Taylor, Kelly Fielding, Bethany Roberts, Theo Economou, Lora E. Fleming, Oonagh McMeel, Paula Kellett



Relationships on the river: Can a shared identity promote socially cohesive flood management on the River Shannon

Elaine Anne Gallagher



Tipping points in the Italian decarbonization pathway: a societal psychology analysis

Mauro Sarrica, Fulvio Biddau, Sonia Brondi, Paolo Cottone



From asymmetry to symmetry: Extractions from common resources by priviledged and underpriviledged group members

Laila Nockur, Stefan Pfattheicher, Johannes Keller



Energy citizenship, domestication and the sensory experiences of e-mobility

Marianne Ryghaug, Robert Næss, Sara Heidenreich

PS2-5-D: Paralell Session: Environmental Communication
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Jens Olgard Dalseth Røyrvik
 

Raising awareness among planners for the climate-friendly city of tomorrow

Kathrin Röderer, Valentin Gattol



Assessing and improving decision-makers’ comprehension of IPCC graphs

Karlijn L . van den Broek, Helen Fischer, Kilian Ramisch, Yasmina Okan, Maximilian Jungmann



Not in my Back Yard – The Influence of NIMBY framing on the acceptance of green nudging interventions

Sonja Grelle, Sascha Kuhn, Hanna Fuhrmann, Wilhelm Hofmann

6:00pm
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7:00pm
POS2: POSTER SESSION #2
Location: Poster Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
 

Forest therapy can prevent and treat depression: evidence from meta-analyses

Claudio Rosa, Silvia Collado Salas, Lincoln Larson, Christiana Cabicieri Profice, Adrián Moll



Planning Together Our Future: The Effects of Participation in Collective Action Events on Pro-Climate Collective Outcomes

Sabrina Köhler, Julian Bleh, Torsten Masson, Parissa Chokrai



We’re All in This Together: Cooperation and Self-Control in Climate Change Policy Support

Charlotte Anna Kukowski, Katharina Bernecker, Veronika Brandstätter



Elements of Nature and "Dehumanization Model"

Sofía Moreno-Gata, Juan Ignacio Aragonés



Role of emotions and coping mechanisms in the experience of living near the coast: A qualitative study

Marine Severin, Filip Raes, Ann Buysse, Evie Notebaert, Luka Lambrecht, Gert Everaert



Focussing on the proximal effects of climate change?

Anna Helfers, Amira Mehr, Dajana Eder, Eva-Maria Haust, Lea Theimer



Evaluation index for view clarity through venetian blinds using amodal completion algorithm

Hikaru Shida, Takuya Murachi, Yoshiro Hori, Shigeki Matsunaga, Nozomu Yoshizawa



Sustainable innovations in a new light – How did attitudes towards coworking spaces change with the Covid-19 pandemic?

Helena Müller, Charis Stoica, Daniel Hanss



Contributions of the Environmental Integration Tool to Enhance Human Environment Relationships in Low-Resource Settings

Paula Uglione, Vincent Henin



Leather – IN or OUT? How purchasing of environmentally friendly leather products can be promoted

Charis Stoica, Helena Müller, Anna Theis, Daniel Hanß



Stress factors of the virtual urban space of a Modern Megalopolis: representation of youth

Alyona Igorevna Matveeva



Perceived or Objective accessibility to physical activity facilities? An exploration of predictors of physical activity via a meta-analytic SEM

Elisa Menardo, Stefano De Dominicis, Margherita Pasini



Connectedness to Built Environment as well as to Nature? First step in developing the Connectedness to Built Environment Scale

Margherita Pasini, Jack L. Nasar, Margherita Brondino



Environmental Tracking for Healthy Travel Behaviour

Anna Maria Becker, Torsten Masson, Carolin Helbig, Abdelrhman Mohamdeen, Uwe Schlink



Literature review: Factors affecting travel mode selection on individual trips

Leyre Alonso Valdivia, Samuel Cromie



Viewing nature images improves performance in a visual trail-making task (TMT).

Carlos Raúl Cassanello, Angela Fiedler, Simone Kühn



Friend of nature? Effects of self- and peer- reported prosociality on caring for nature among early adolescents

Audra Balundė, Goda Kaniušonytė, Rita Žukauskienė



Contact with blue spaces in childhood and adulthood and psychological well-being: An 18-country analysis

Valeria Vitale, Mathew White, Leanne Martin, Patricia Stehl, Lewis Elliott, Sabine Pahl



Climate crisis vs. Covid crisis – A longitudinal study of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on public perception of climate change

Robert Gennaro Sposato, Nina Hampl



Driven by personal or environmental gains? Uncovering consumer preferences for product longevity through product lifetime labelling

Kathleen Jacobs



Implementing Sustainable Wellbeing in Schools' Educational Programs

Dorit Kerret, Tammie Ronen



COVID-19 and public outdoor spaces

Agnès Patuano



Critical Interaction – for a Sustainable Development

Charlotte Petersson Troije



Can We Promote Adolescents’ Pro-Environmental Behavior by Harnessing their Autonomy Motive? – A Controlled Experiment

Judith Van De Wetering, Astrid Poorthuis, Stathis Grapsas, Sander Thomaes



Exploring cognitive and affective benefits of exposure to simulated nature environments during indoor cycling

Laura Visu-Petra, Maria Stefania Ionel, Maria Rosario Rueda



Sustainability, Environmental Education and Health Promotion: Project N-Trail

Eike von Lindern, Xenia Junge



Relationships Between Air Quality and Pro-Environmental Behaviors Through Risk-Related Attitudes and Psychological Well-Being: A Case Study in Xi’an City, China

Tongyu Wang, Naoko Kaida, Kosuke Kaida



Neighbourhood Greenspace and Children's Self-Regulation

Marie A. E. Mueller, Eirini Flouri



Analysing drawings to explore children’s conception of Nature

Raquel Perez-Lopez, Ana Escudero Montero



Restorative Characteristics of Intermediate Architectural Environments: a Pilot Study

Filomena Russo, Koen Steemers



Covid19 in Germany - Influences on acceptance of sustainability measures and individual mobility behaviour

Theresa Sieverding, Hannah Wallis, Karolin Schmidt, Ellen Matthies



Sufficiency orientation and global identity: their contribution regarding sustainable travel behaviour and the support of a socio-ecological transformation in the mobility system

Josephine Tröger, Laura S. Loy, Paula Prior, Gerhard Reese



Caring for coping? How can medical and care facilities be supported in coping with extreme heat?

Susann Ullrich, Antje Otto, Anna Heidenreich, Annegret Thieken



Climate anxiety mediates the effect of an indirect climate change experience on mitigation intentions

Patrik Sebastian Karinti, Jana Katharina Köhler, Cecilia Jakobsson Bergstad



Environmental identity in preschool children through the production of nature drawings

Rosalba Valenzuela-Peñuñuri, Blanca Silvia Fraijo-Sing, Cesar Octavio Tapia-Fonllem



Factors of routinization in farmers’ crop protection – An analysis using structural equation modelling

Antonia Kaiser

6:00pm
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7:15pm
IAAP Div 4 meeting: Meeting of the IAAP Division 4 - Environmental Psychology
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Terry Alan Hartig
Chair: Sabine Pahl
7:30pm
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9:00pm
Conference Party: Conference Party
Location: Ortea Palace Luxury Hotel
Date: Friday, 08/Oct/2021
8:45am
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9:30am
K03: Keynote speaker: Prof. Linda Steg
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Adina Dumitru
9:30am
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9:45am
WB05: Walking Break
Location: Palazzo del Vermexio
WB11: Walking Break
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
9:45am
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11:00am
PS3-1-A: PS3-1-A: SYMP 316 - Understanding, Measuring, and Overcoming High-Carbon Behavior from an Interdisciplinary and Moral Psychology Perspective
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Susanne Stoll-Kleemann
Chair: Susanne Nicolai
 

Understanding, Measuring, and Overcoming High-Carbon Behavior from an Interdisciplinary and Moral Psychology Perspective

Chair(s): Susanne Nicolai

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Role of an Individual’s Propensity to Morally Disengage, and Determining Factors for the Prediction of Climate-Related Behaviors

Susanne Stoll-Kleemann, Susanne Nicolai

 

Predicting High-Carbon Behavior: Development and Validation of a German Scale to Assess Moral Disengagement in High-Carbon Contexts

Philipp Franikowski, Susanne Stoll-Kleemann

 

The role of Justice Sensitivity, Personality Traits and Moral Emotions on predicting High Carbon Behavior – Results of Two Representative Surveys

Susanne Nicolai, Susanne Stoll-Kleemann

 

WITHDRAWN

Henriette Rau, Susanne Stoll-Kleemann

PS3-1-B: Paralell Session: Motivation for sustainable transitions
Location: Room B - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Kristian Steensen Nielsen
 

Motivating sustainability through morality: A daily diary study on the link between moral self-control and clothing consumption

Kristian Steensen Nielsen, Wilhelm Hofmann



Do opinions reflect a motivation to act? Verbal evaluations as indicators of a pro-environmental behavioral propensity

Emily Bauske



Philosophically Informed Conceptualisation of Autonomous Motivation: The development of a scale

Christopher Robin van Rugge, Linda Steg, Russell Spears, Frank Hindriks



Sustainability as Status-Enhancing and Autonomy-Assertive Behavior: Development and Validation of The Sustainability Motive Alignment Scale (SMAS)

Stathis Grapsas, Judith van de Wetering, Astrid Poorthuis, Sander Thomaes



Guilty Pleasures: Moral Licensing in Climate-Related Behavior

Johannes Schuler, Axel Burger, Elisabeth Eberling

PS3-1-C: PS3-1-C: SYMP 241 - Ideology-driven environmental perception and behavior
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Ulf J.J. Hahnel
Chair: Mario Herberz
 

Ideology-driven environmental perception and behavior

Chair(s): Ulf J.J. Hahnel, Mario Herberz

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Political identity shapes perception of visual climate change stimuli

Ulf J.J. Hahnel

 

Translating climate beliefs into action in a changing political landscape

Stephanie J. Zawadzki, Thijs Bouman, Linda Steg, Vladimir Bojarskich, Perri B. Druen

 

How perceived political and national values shape pro-environmental action

Thijs Bouman

 

Speak their language: Past-focused framing increases the support of conservatives for environmental policies

Mario Herberz, Ulf J.J. Hahnel, Tobias Brosch

 

Messaging for environmental action: The role of moral framing and message source

Kristin Hurst, Marc J. Stern

PS3-1-D: PS3-1-D: SYMP 372 - Perceptions on Plastic Pollution and Potential Solutions - From Macro to Micro
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Marcos Felipe Rodriguez
 

Perceptions on Plastic Pollution and Potential Solutions - From Macro to Micro

Chair(s): Maja Grünzner, Marcos Felipe Rodriguez

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Gone with the Wind? Attitudes and Perceptions on Plastic Consumption and Pollution in Namibia

Isabel Richter, Ndapandula Shihepo, Stephen Essex, Gillian Maggs-Koelling, Eugene Marais, Anne Mather, Sabine Pahl, Matt Telfer, Richard C. Thompson

 

Plastic Pollution Solutions: Gains and Gaps

Deborah Cracknell, Sohvi Nuojua, Sabine Pahl

 

Using Virtual Reality to Promote Ocean Connectedness and Pro-Environmental Consumer Behaviour

Sohvi Nuojua, Sabine Pahl, Richard C. Thompson

 

Risk Perception and Mental Models of Microplastics in Norway

Marcos Felipe Rodriguez, Gisela Böhm, Rouven Doran

 

Expert Perceptions about Microplastics Pollution: Potential Sources and Solutions

Maja Grünzner, Sabine Pahl, Mathew White, Richard C. Thompson

11:00am
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11:30am
CB03: Coffee break
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
CB06: Coffee break
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
11:30am
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12:45pm
PS3-2-A: PS3-2-A: SYMP 171 - Current directions in behavioral spillover research
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Laura Henn
Chair: Maximilian Adler
 

Current directions in behavioral spillover research

Chair(s): Laura Henn, Maximilian Adler

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

What Factors Drive Environmental Behavior Spillover?: A Meta-Analytic Examination of the Experimental Literature

Amanda Carrico, Kaitlin Raimi

 

Does attitude change result in spillover? Reanalyzing longitudinal data supporting a novel perspective on behavioral spillover

Maximilian Adler, Laura Henn, Florian G. Kaiser, Patrick Elf, Birgitta Gatersleben

 

Why putting sorted garbage to one bag leads to negative spillover effects? Motivational and affective consequences of meaningless effort

Katarzyna Byrka, Katarzyna Cantarero, Dariusz Doliński, Wijnand Van Tilburg

 

Pro-environmental Behavioral Spillover – When and Why?

John Thøgersen, Ting Zhang

 

The role of environmental identity in the spill-over effect: Spurious mediation

Jan Urban, Markéta Braun Kohlová, Štěpán Bahník



Spillover as the result of a situational behavior facilitation? Experimental evidence against a foot-in-the-door effect by initial behaviors

Laura Henn, Maximilian Adler, Florian G. Kaiser

PS3-2-B: Paralell Session: Pro-Environmental Research
Location: Room B - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Florian Lange
 

On the role of consequences for understanding pro-environmental behavior

Florian Lange



The way you look at it: Contributions from behavior analysis to pro-environmental behavior research

Farina Wille, Florian Lange



PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOR: A REFLECTION ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE MAIN STRATEGIES USED IN PAST EXPERIMENTS

Aurore Darmandieu, Antoine Renucci



Opportunities for consumption behaviour change through the Covid-19 pandemic

Iljana Schubert, Annika Sohre, Lena Bloemertz, Eva-Maria Waltner

PS3-2-C: Paralell Session: Socio-psychological responses to Covid-19
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Sebastian Seebauer
 

Learning from the Corona crisis: Transfer of efficacy beliefs on individual and public action from Covid-19 to the climate crisis

Stephanie Moser, Sebastian Seebauer, Sebastian Neubert



Promotion of environmental and social sustainability through a digital community platform in the context of the Corona pandemic

Bernadette Susanne Sütterlin, Evelyn Lobsiger, Vicente Carabias



Exploring residential preferences before and during the first COVID-19 lockdown in Switzerland

Anna Pagani, Livia Fritz, Ralph Hansmann, Claudia R. Binder



Homeworking during COVID-19 lockdown: A cross-sectional examination of predictors of privacy fit and work fatigue

Sarah E Golding, Clara Weber, Eleanor Ratcliffe, Jo Yarker, Rachel Lewis, Fehmidah Munir



The COVID-19 crisis does not affect proenvironmental behavior, environmental attitude, or behavioral costs of ecological behaviors: Results from a panel study

Marketa Braun Kohlová, Jan Urban

PS3-2-D: Paralell Session: Environmental Education
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Giuseppina Spano
 

Breaking down the SDGs: Transforming a Global Political Context into Measurable Outcomes of Education for Sustainable Development on an Individual Level.

Anne K. Overbeck, Julia Günther, Siegmar Otto, Laura Henn, Sina Muster, Benjamin J. Tempel, Steffen Schaal, Sonja Schaal



A bibliometric review on the foundation of a research paradigm starting from the environment-centered and human-centered sciences

Giuseppina Spano, Vincenzo Giannico, Mario Elia, Raffaele Lafortezza, Angelo Panno, Giuseppe Carrus, Giovanni Sanesi



Directed, Purposeful Attention in Outdoor Environmental Education

Nicole Frances Spiegelaar



Informal Earth Education: Significant Shifts for Environmental Attitude and Knowledge?

Tessa-Marie Baierl, Franz X. Bogner

12:45pm
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1:45pm
Lunch 03: Lunch
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
1:45pm
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3:00pm
PS3-3-A: PS3-3-A: SYMP 175 - Citizen Engagement in Local Social Innovation in the European Energy Transition – Findings from the SMARTEES Project
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Christian Klöckner
Chair: Adina Dumitru
 

Citizen Engagement in Local Social Innovation in the European Energy Transition – Findings from the SMARTEES Project

Chair(s): Christian A. Klöckner, Adina C. Dumitru

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Factors affecting citizens’ participation in social innovation in energy transition

Gabriele Quinti, Giovanni Caiati, Federico Luigi Marta

 

Energy social innovations in Islands: what barriers and drivers affect stakeholders’ participation?

Giuseppe Pellegrini-Masini, Christian A. Klöckner, Erica Löfström, Isabel Lema Blanco, Adina Claudia Dumitru, Giovanni Caiati, Gabriele Quinti

 

What drives low carbon mobility choices across Europe

Ryan O'Reilly, Andrea Kollmann, Jed J. Cohen, Johannes Reichl

 

Simulating social innovation using the HUMAT framework

Wander Jager, Patrycja Antosz

 

Factors influencing public acceptability of energy-related social innovations: the case of renewable energy production in islands and urban mobility with superblocks

Adina C. Dumitru, Susana Pablo Hernando Hernando, Isabel Lema Blanco

PS3-3-B: Paralell Session: Environmental Health and nature
Location: Room B - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Eleanor Ratcliffe
 

Green/nature versus grey/urban pictures: effect on lab stress reactivity and stress eating

Nathalie Michels



A Scientific Understanding of Feng Shui

Jan Cisek



Neighborhood Disadvantage Moderates the Effect of a Mobile Health Intervention on Adolescent Depression

Michael Jon Mason

PS3-3-C: Paralell Session: Sustainable Mobility
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Stefanie Franziska Ruf
 

Getting cyclists on the road with sharrows

Stefanie Franziska Ruf, Carmen Hagemeister



Responses to an institutional policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions related to air travel in higher education

Agnes S. Kreil, Iselin Medhaug



To improve air quality or to avoid air pollution ? Regulatory focus framing to promote sustainable mobility

Frédéric Martinez, chrystele Philipps-Bertin, Patricia Champelovier, Lucia Bosone



Proximising climate change through vicarious experience: narrative persuasion to promote sustainable mobility

Lucia Bosone, Frédéric Martinez



The influence of Covid-19 induced “non-commuting” on well-being and productivity

Aslak Fyhri, Alice Ciccone, Katrine Karlsen

PS3-3-D: Paralell Session: Green Youthfulness: education and sustainability
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Freddie Lymeus
 

Restorative effect of exposure to nature on children and adolescents: a systematic review

Adrián Moll, Silvia Collado, José Antonio Corraliza



No more the smiling sun? Nature and living beings in children's drawings of the environment.

Christiana Cabicieri Profice



ReST-4-KiDS: An update on two initial studies and plans forward in the development of a restoration skills training application for children

Freddie Lymeus, Karin Brocki



Exploring young people’s pro-environmental orientation over time

Alice Grønhøj, Marco Hubert



The importance of play in natural outdoor environments for children’s language development: An explorative study in early childhood education

Jannetta Hendrika Prins

3:00pm
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3:15pm
WB06: Walking Break
Location: Palazzo del Vermexio
WB12: Walking Break
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
3:15pm
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4:30pm
PS3-4-A: PS3-4-A: SYMP 235 - Understanding human behaviour within sustainable energy transitions: Insights from Environmental Psychology to an interdisciplinary research agenda on people-energy relations
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Susana Batel
 

Understanding human behaviour within sustainable energy transitions: Insights from Environmental Psychology to an interdisciplinary research agenda on people-energy relations

Chair(s): Susana Batel

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

People, places and the past. An interdisciplinary exploration of how people’s responses to renewable energy projects may be embedded in the history of people-place-relations

Sophia Kupers

 

Conceptualizing and analyzing social representations of the future in people-energy relations: An energy policy case study

Ross Wallace

 

Energy citizenship: Examining the call for the political participation of citizens in Positive Energy Districts

Minh Thu Nguyen

 

Does EU state aid rules to housing for retrofitting and for energy generation infrastructure increases energy poverty and changes environmental attitudes across the EU? Reflections and research gaps

Luca Lamonaca

PS3-4-C: Paralell Session: Transformation of the Mobility System
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Sebastian Bobeth
 

Demand-responsive transport services in rural areas

Stephanie Elisabeth Schasché, Cornelia Reiter, Robert Gennaro Sposato, Nina Hampl



Electric car adoption in the early stages of diffusion – A decision under uncertainty

Sebastian Bobeth, Ellen Matthies



Understanding preferences for EV smart-charging: Insights from a choice-based conjoint experiment

Maria Lagomarsino, Marten van der Kam, David Parra, Ulf J. J. Hahnel



I did my bit! The impact of compensatory beliefs on pro-environmental norms and behaviours among eco-innovative vehicle adopters

Alim Nayum, John Thøgersen



Give up flights? The effect of justice concerns on individual air travel intentions and policy support

Jessica Berneiser, Annalena Becker

PS3-4-D: Paralell Session: Promoting well-being
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
Chair: Adina Dumitru
 

Local Social Identity and Well-being: the mediating role of Place Attachment dimensions

Oriana Mosca, Daniele Paolini, Ferdinando Fornara, Fridanna Maricchiolo



The relationship between pro-environmental behavior, subjective well-being and environmental impact: a meta-analysis

Laura Krumm



Do natural outdoor play spaces stimulate development and wellbeing in babies (3 months - 1 year)? A qualitative descriptive study in childcare centres in the Netherlands.

Marian Joven van Sluijs, Jolanda Maas, Rosanne Steensma, Dieuwke Hovinga



Health and social benefits of urban growing spaces: comparative analysis of two European cities

Adina Dumitru, David Tomé-Lourido, Eva Peralbo Rubio, Rania Sermpezi



Restorative capacity and attachment to place in work environments as predictors of job satisfaction and life satisfaction

Fátima Milagros Negrín Santos, Kenji Frohn, Cristina Ruiz, Bernardo Hernández

 
4:30pm
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4:45pm
TB03: Tea Break
Location: Siracusa Municipal Theater
TB06: Tea Break
Location: Room “Ferruzza- Romano” - Plemmirio Consortium
4:45pm
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6:00pm
PS3-5-A: SYMP 307: The future of international conferences in times of rapid decarbonization
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Ellen Matthies
Chair: Christian Klöckner
 

The future of international conferences in times of rapid decarbonization

Chair(s): Ellen Matthies, Christian Klöckner

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

1

Terry Hartig, Sabine Pahl, Wesley Schultz

 

2

John Thøgersen

 

3

Agnes Kreil

 

4

Josephine Tröger

PS3-5-B: SYMP 429-490: Walking experience in cities
Location: Room B - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Sebastian Bobeth
Chair: Gabriele Filomena
 

Walking experience in cities I

Chair(s): Gabriele Filomena, Sebastian Bobeth

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Real world laboratory GO-Karlsruhe - A research project for and with pedestrians

Jochen Eckart

 

Effects of temporal car-free measures on active mobility behaviour

Angela Francke

 

Investigating pedestrians’ navigational strategies in urban spaces

Gabriele Filomena, Lia Kirsch, Judith A. Verstegen

 

An investigation of the relationships between behaviour, design and regulation in the urban street environment

Jonathan Flower



Walking experience in cities II

Chair(s): Gabriele Filomena, Sebastian Bobeth

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Micro-level environmental features supporting walking and biking

Johan Rahm, Maria Johansson, Sebastian Bobeth

 

Using lighting to promote perceptions of safety amongst women at night

Ezgi Erturk, Jim Uttley

 

WITHDRAWN

Steve Fotios

 

Development of speed perception in children

Elke van der Meer, Rebekka Gerlach, Sophie Kröling, Tina Gehlert

PS3-5-C: Paralell Session: Quality of life, urban sustainability and climate change
Location: Room Borsellino - Palazzo del Vermexio
Chair: Federica Caffaro
The following presentation will also be part of the session: Testing the effects of natural environments on the human brain Simone Kühn; Max Planck Institute for Human Development
 

Threats, opportunities and action - Farmer views on climate change

Jaana Sorvali, Janne Kaseva, Pirjo Peltonen-Sainio



Thumbs up for green thumbs: The association of gardening activities with mental health during the Covid-19 home confinement

Annalisa Theodorou, Angelo Panno, Giuseppe Alessio Carbone, Chiara Massullo, Claudio Imperatori, Giuseppe Carrus



Be warned and adapt: Exploring the impact of heat warnings on individual adaptive behaviour and testing a comprehensive model for protective action decision making

Anna Heidenreich, Annegret Thieken

 
6:00pm
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7:00pm
Closing Ceremony: Closing Ceremony
Location: Plenary Room - Siracusa Municipal Theater
Chair: Giuseppe Carrus
Chair: Sabine Pahl

 
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