ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY





JULY 20 - WEDNESDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S8         SY ENV 1          PA ENV      KA ENV 1    KA ENV 2                        SY ENV 2
D-11       TS ENV 3          TS ENV 2

Exhibition
Area       PO ENV (SESSION 1)                        PO ENV (SESSION 2)


JULY 21 - THURSDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S8         SY ENV 3          KA ENV 3    KA ENV 4    SY ENV 4                        SY ENV 5
D-11       TS ENV 1          TS ENV 4                TS ENV 5



JULY 22 - FRIDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S10        SY ENV 6          SY ENV 7                SY ENV 8                        SY ENV 9





ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ENV 1 Room: S8 PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SAFETY IN HAZARDOUS WORK SYSTEMS Convener: Miklós ANTALOVITS; Technical University of Budapest, Hungary Chairperson: Maurice de MONTMOLLIN, France SY ENV (1) 1 HUMAN FACTORS IN NUCLEAR POWER PLANT INCIDENTS B. WILPERT; & M. FREITAG & R. MILLER; Berlin University of Technology, Germany SY ENV (1) 2 INCIDENT INTERPRETATION AND SISTRIBUTED ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE Jonh S. CARROLL; ; MIT Sloan School, Cambridge, USA SY ENV (1) 3 AN OBSERVATION METHOD FOR ANALYSING NPP OPERATORS' ACTIVITY L. IZSO ; & M. ANTALOVITS; Technical University of Budapest, Hungary SY ENV (1) 4 PREVENTING CATASTROPHIC ERROR IN MARINE SYSTEMS K.H. ROBERTS; & R. BEA; University of California, Berkeley, USA TS ENV 3 Room: D-11 APPLIED ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY TS ENV (3) 1 ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY: PAST ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND FUTURE CHALLENGES Daniel STOKOLS ; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE, USA TS ENV (3) 2 COLOUR PREFERENCES, MEANINGS, AND LOCALIZATION IN SPACE Asja N. KOVACEV ; UNIVERSITY OF LJULJANA, SLOVENIA TS ENV (3) 3 THE USE OF COLOURS IN FURNISHING APPARTMENTS AND ITS PERSONALITY CORRELATES Asja N. KOVACEV ; UNIVERSITY OF LJULJANA, SLOVENIA TS ENV (3) 4 THE INFLUENCE OF MUSIC ON CONSUMERS' REACTION TO WAITING IN SERVICE ENVIRONMENTS Laurette DUBE & Jean-Charles CHEBAT & Sylvie MORIN; UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTREAL, CANADA TS ENV (3) 5 HUMAN ERROR, HUMAN RECOVERY AND INDUSTRIAL SAFETY: A MODEL-BASED APPROACH TO INCIDENT-ANALYSIS Tjerk W. VAN DER SCHAAF ; ERIDHOVEN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, NETHERLANDS TS ENV (3) 6 MOVING FROM A STRESSFUL TO A HEALTHY HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENT Margaret TOPF ; UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, USA TS ENV (3) 7 DESIGNING HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENTS FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES Roy V. FERGUSON ; University of Victoria, Canada POSTER SESSION 1 PO ENV 1 CHRONIC NOISE EXPOSURE AND CHILDREN: CARDIOVASCULAR AND NEUROENDOCRINE PROCESSES Gary EVANS & Monika BULLINGER (Germany) & Staffan HYGGE (Sweden) & George GUTMAN & Naeema AZIZ; CORNELL UNIVERSITY, USA PO ENV 2 ATTITUDES OF AMERICAN AND JAPANESE STUDENTS TOWARD INTERPERSONAL AGGRESSION Takehiro FUJIHARA & Sandra BLECKMAN (USA) & Takaya KOHYAMA (Japan) & Seymour WAPNER (USA); HIROSHIMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO ENV 3 RELATIONSHIPS OF PROENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDES WITH MATERIALISM AND ITS ASSOCIATES ATTITUDES TOWARDS MONEY Osamu IWATA ; UNIVERSITY OF TOKUSHIMA, JAPAN PO ENV 5 CLASSROOM EXPERIMENTS ON THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT NOISE SOURCES AND NOISE LEVELS ON LONG-TERM LEARNING IN CHILDREN Staffan HYGGE ; ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, SWEDEN PO ENV 6 THE MUNICH AIRPORT NOISE STUDY: COGNITIVE EFFECTS ON CHILDREN FROM BEFORE TO AFTER THE CHANGE OVER OF AIRPORTS Staffan HYGGE & Monika BULLINGER (Germany) & Gary W. EVANS (USA); ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, SWEDEN PO ENV 8 CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY OF SOCIAL DOMINANCE AMONG PRESCHOOL CHILDREN: AN ETHOLOGICAL APPROACH Catherine GARNIER & Marcel TRUDEL & Mario DUFRESNE; CIRADE. UNIVERSITE DU QUEBEC, CANADA PO ENV 9 EFFECTS TO MEDIATE CROWDING ON TRAINS PHYSICAL STRUCTURE Michiko HOMMA ; JAPAN WOMENS UNIVERSITY, JAPAN +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 11:30 +----------------------------------+ PA ENV Room: S8 POSITIVE CONSISTENCY: A THEORY OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE Robert B. BECHTEL; UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, USA TS ENV 2 Room: D-11 ENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDES TS ENV (2) 1 THE EFFECTS OF PERCEIVED SITUATIONAL CONSTRAINTS ON ENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDES, INTENTIONS AND BEHAVIORS Sharon G. GOTO & P. RADHAKRISHNAN & M. MESSENGER & P.J. MOBERG; UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, USA TS ENV (2) 2 ADOLESCENT WATER CONSERVATION BEHAVIOR Margot MURPHY & Raymond WATSON; BALLARD UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, AUSTRALIA TS ENV (2) 3 SOCIAL REPRESENTATIONS OF ECOLOGICAL ISSUES Nicky HAYES ; HUDDERRSFIELD UNIVERSITY, UNITED KINGDOM TS ENV (2) 4 EXPLORING HOUSEHOLD CONSERVATION BEHAVIOR AND ITS DETERMINANTS Yung-Jaan LEE & Robert W. MARANS; NATIONAL CHENGCHI UNIVERSITY, TAIWAN ROC +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 13:00 +----------------------------------+ KA ENV 1 Room: S8 THE ECOLOGY OF CONTEMPORARY MORMON POLYGAMOUS FAMILIES: IMPLICATIONS FOR THEORY AND METHODOLOGY IN ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY Irwin ALTMAN; UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, USA +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 14:30 +----------------------------------+ KA ENV 2 Room: S8 COPING IN URBAN ENVIRONMENTS Gabriel MOSER; Switzerland POSTER SESSION 2 PO ENV 10 AN ACTOR-PHASE MODEL FOR BEHAVIORAL CHANGE TO PROMOTE ENERGY SAVINGS Wander JAGER & W. BIESIOT & L. HENDRICKX &R. KOK &F. SIERO & Ch. VLEK & H. WILTING; UNIVERSITY OF GRONINGEN, THE NETHERLANDS PO ENV 12 DISASTER THREAT PERCEPTION IN DIFFERENT REGIONS OF SLOVENIA Marko POLIC & KLINE,M. & TUSAK, M. & ZABUKOVEC, V.; UNIVERSITY OF LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA PO ENV 16 VALUE PERSPECTIVES ON THE OCEAN: PRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSES Dale D. SIMMONS ; OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, USA PO ENV 17 EFFECTS OF SOCIAL NETWORKS ON CROSS-CULTURAL ADJUSTMENT Tomoko TANAKA & J. TAKAI & T. KOHYAMA & T. FUJIHARA & H. MINAMI; INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION, Hiroshima University, JAPAN PO ENV 18 EVALUATION OF LARGE-SCALE CHANGES IN LANDSCAPES Agnes E. VAN DEN BERG & J.F. COETERIER & C.A.J. VLEK; UNIVERSITY OF GRONINGEN, THE NETHERLANDS PO ENV 19 PERSON-ENVIRONMENT FIT AND PERCEIVED LIFE SATISFACTION Marjut A. WALLENIUS ; UNIVERSITY OF TAMPERE, FINLAND PO ENV 20 URBAN RENEWAL: STUDENT PROJECTS IN COMMUNITY PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN Ann WICHMAN & WICHMAN, H.; UNIVERSITY OF LA VERNE, USA +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ENV 2 Room: S8 PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF RESPONSES TO ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Birgitta BERGLUND; Stockholm University, Sweden & R.F. Soames JOB; Sydney University, Australia SY ENV (2) 1 PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS AND PSYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE R.F. SOAMES JOB; ; Sydney University, Australia SY ENV (2) 2 PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACHES AND THE NOISE-HEALTH RELATIONSHIP: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL Peter LERCHER; ; University of Innsbruck, Austria SY ENV (2) 3 INDOOR AIR QUALITY AND THE SICK BUILDING SYNDROME Birgitta BERGLUND; ; Stockholm University & Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Sweden SY ENV (2) 4 COMBINED EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS Manfred HAIDER; & Elisabeth GROLL-KNAPP; Institute of Environmental Hygiene, University of Vienna, Austria Discussant(s): Gary W. EVANS, Cornell University, N.Y., USA & Staffan HYGGE, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden & Sonoko KUWANO, Osaka University, Japan & Thomas LINDVALL, Karolinska Institute, Sweden +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ENV 3 Room: S8 PSYCHOLOGY AND THE MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): George CVETKOVICH; Western Washington University, USA & Nick F. PIDGEON, Birkbeck College, London, UK SY ENV (3) 1 RISK PERCEPTION AND THE MANAGEMENT OF EMERGENCIES Juan Ignacio ARAGONES; & Ana PUY; Complutense University of Madrid, Spain SY ENV (3) 2 ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS AND THE TENUATION OF RISK Nick F. PIDGEON; ; Birkbeck College, London, UK SY ENV (3) 3 FIVE LINES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH TO UNDERSTAND ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION AND TO SUPPORT ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Charles VLEK; ; University of Groningen, The Netherlands SY ENV (3) 4 PSYCHOLOGY AND THE MANAGEMENT OF CREEPING ENVIRONMENTAL PHENOMENA George CVETKOVICH; ; Western Washington University, USA TS ENV 1 Room: D-11 SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTS AND PERCEPTION TS ENV (1) 1 CUES FOR THE PERCEPTION OF THE SIZE OF SPACES IN LANDSCAPES J. Frederick COETERIER ; THE WINAND STARING CENTRE, THE NETHERLANDS TS ENV (1) 2 CHRONOTOPOS OF PROVINCIAL Svetlana E. GABIDULINA ; MOSCOW LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY, RUSSIA TS ENV (1) 3 THE PERCEPTION OF SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTS BY ARCHITECTURAL EXPERTS AND NON-EXPERTS John ADAMOPOULOS ; Grand Valley State University, USA TS ENV (1) 4 PSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE DETERMINISM OF A CITY Antonella FERRARO ; ITALIAN ASSOCIATION OF ONTOPSYCHOLOGY, ITALY TS ENV (1) 5 DÉPENDANCE-INDÉPENDANCE ¸ L'ÉGARD DU CHAMP ET PERCEPTION DU VIDE DANS UN ESPACE PUBLIC Caroline B. AGOSTINI FRANCE +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 11:30 +----------------------------------+ KA ENV 3 Room: S8 RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECYCLING: BEHAVIOR AND POLICY Stuart OSKAMP; THE CLAREMONT GRADUATE SCHOOL, USA TS ENV 4 Room: D-11 ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY: GENERAL APPLIED ISSUES I TS ENV (4) 1 EXPERIMENTAL TESTS OF RESTORATIVE ENVIRONMENTS THEORY Terry HARTIG & Tommy GÄRLING (Sweden) & Gary W. EVANS; UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA - BERKELEY, USA TS ENV (4) 2 PERSONALITY TRAITS, MOODS AND ADAPTATION TO THE ADVERSE ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS Alexander V. MAKHNACH ; RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, RUSSIA TS ENV (4) 3 ROLE FEMININ ET STRUCTURES SPATIALES Yvonne BERNARD ;INSTITUT DE PSYCHOLOGIC PARIS V, FRANCE TS ENV (4) 4 IMPRESSION FORMATION IN NOISE Danièle HERMAND & A. MOCH & L. WAROQUIER; UNIVERISTE CHARLES DE GAULLE, FRANCE TS ENV (4) 5 COGNITIVE MAPPING OF PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS. METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS BASED ON THEORIES OF SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF MIND Kyriaki TSOUKALA ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI, GREECE +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 13:00 +----------------------------------+ KA ENV 4 Room: S8 PERSON, PLACE, AND WATER IN DESERT LANDSCAPES: YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW Ervin H. ZUBE; THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, USA +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 14:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ENV 4 Room: S8 RESIDENTIAL SATISFACTION Convener: Juan I. ARAGONES; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain Chairperson(s): Tommy GÄRLING; University of Umea, Sweden SY ENV (4) 1 A THEORETHICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF RESIDENTIAL SATISFACTION Juan I. ARAGONES; Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain & María AMERIGO, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain SY ENV (4) 2 TIME, PLACE AND POSITION IN RESIDENTIAL EXPERIENCES Marc FRIED; Boston College, USA SY ENV (4) 3 THE CONSTRUCTION OF MEANING OF SLUM HOUSING Ester WIESENFELD; Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela SY ENV (4) 4 A TRANSACTIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON RESIDENTIAL SATISFACTION Mirilia BONNES; & Marino BONAIUTO & Antonio AIELLO & Anna Paola ERCOLANI, "La Sapienza" University, Italy SY ENV (4) 5 SOCIAL INTERACTION IN RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOODS Oddvar SKJAEVELAND; University of Bergen, Norway & Tommy Gärlimg, University of Göteborg, Sweeden TS ENV 5 Room: D-11 ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY: GENERAL APPLIED ISSUES II (Language: Spanish) TS ENV (5) 1 ÉCATON, AN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN STUDY Carlos C. ALBARES ; ÉCATON: ESTUDIO DE DISEÑO AMBIENTAL, MADRID.SPAIN TS ENV (5) 2 A TEST FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDES OF TEACHERS (TEAT) Celedonio CASTANEDO SECADAS SPAIN TS ENV (5) 3 PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SCHOLARS' RESPONSES TO NOISE POLLUTION Jesus M. ALVARADO IZQUIERDO & C. DELGADO & V. GARCIA & J.S. SANTIAGO & A. TURRERO & P. ZULOAGA & C. SANTIESTEBAN; INSTITUTO PLURIDISCIPLINAR U.C.M., SPAIN TS ENV (5) 4 TRANSACTIONAL RESEARCH ON SPATIAL BEHAVIOUR AND SPATIAL KNOWLEDGE Esperanza OCHAITA & Mª Angeles ESPINOSA & Juan Antonio HUERTAS; UAM: UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID, SPAIN TS ENV (5) 5 SOCIAL IDENTITY AND URBAN SYMBOLIC SPACE Sergi VALERA & Enric POL; UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA, SPAIN +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ENV 5 Room: S8 MODELS OF PERSON IN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN RESEARCH Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Guido FRANCESCATO; & James R. ANDERSON & Sue WEIDEMANN; University of Maryland at College Park, USA SY ENV (5) 1 THE ROLE OF WOMEN AND SPATIAL STRUCTURES Yvonne BERNARD; Université René Descartes, France SY ENV (5) 2 MODELING THE PERSON - ENVIRONMENT RELAIONSHIP THROUGH A GENDER LENS Arza CHURCHMAN; Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel SY ENV (5) 3 THE LOGIC OF PLACE EVALUATION Maria Vittoria GIULIANI; & G. RULLO & L. LEONARDI, Istituto di Psicologia del CNR, Italy, &S. Mastandrea, ISIA, Italy SY ENV (5) 4 ACCOUNTING FOR THE AFFECTIVE DIMENSION IN ENVIRONMENTAL SATISFACTION Guido FRANCESCATO; University of Maryland, USA, & James R. ANDERSON & Sue WEIDEMANN, University of Illinois, USA SY ENV (5) 5 DESIGNING THE HOME AS A KIND OF ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOR Rachel SEBBA; Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion, Israel Discussant(s): Irwin ALTMAN, University of Utah, USA +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ENV 6 Room: S10 CROSS-CULTURAL ANALYSIS OF COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE COMPONENTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL PERCEPTION Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Terry C. DANIEL; University of Arizona, USA SY ENV (6) 1 MULTI-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS OF EMOTIONAL JUDGEMENTS OF NATURAL LANDSCAPES BY AMERICANS AND RUSSIANS Alexander S. MOLCHANOV; ; Institute for Systems Analysis, Russian Academy of Sciences & Tery C. DANIEL; University of Arizona, US SY ENV (6) 2 SPECIFICATION OF A CROSS-CULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN USING PLANNED CRITICAL MULTIPLISM John HETHERINGTON; ; University of Arizona, USA SY ENV (6) 3 EFFECTS OF FAMILIARITY ON ENVIRONMENTAL PREFERENCE AND AFFECTIVE RESPONSES OF SPANISH AND AMERICAN SUBJECTS M. Angeles GILMARTIN DE CASTRO; ; Autonomus University of Madrid, Spain Discussant(s): Jose A. CORRALIZA, Autonomus University of Madrid, Spain +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 11:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ENV 7 Room: S10 DÉTERMINANTS PSYCHOLOGIQUES ET SOCIAUX DES ATTITUDES FACE A L'ENVIRONNEMENT: UNE RECHERCHE EUROPEENNE (Language: French) Convener and Chairperson: Claude LEVY-LEBOYER; Laboratoire de Psychologie de'l Environment, CNRS - URA, France SY ENV (7)1 THE PSYCHOLOGY OF GLOBAL CHANGE: AN INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH FRAMEWORK K. PAWLIK; University of Hamburg, Germany SY ENV (7)2 THEORIE ET METHODOLOGIE DE LA RECHERCHE INTERNATIONALE SUR LES ATTITUDES ET LES COMPORTEMENTS Z. SEGAL; Universite Paris V (Rene Descartes) SY ENV (7)3 ENVIRONMENTAL DISCOURSE IN MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS: AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON M. BONNES; & AIELLO, Antonio & BONAIUTO, Mariano & RENATA, Metastasio & SESALES, Gilda; "La Sapienza" University, Rome, Italia SY ENV (7)4 WHAT WE KNOW AND WHAT WE THINK TO KNOW ABOUT ENVIRONMENT J. FERREIRA MARQUES; & PALMA-OLIVEIRA & MARQUES, J. & FERRERIRA, M.B.; University of Lisbon, Portugal SY ENV (7)5 COMPARING ENVIRONMENTALLY RELEVANT BEHAVIOUR IN FIVE EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES J. CHASE; & PANAGOPOULOS, Ioannis S.; University of Surrey, UK SY ENV (7)6 PRESENTATION DE LA RECHERCHE EUROPEENNE SUR LES ATTITUDES ENVERS L'ENVIRONNEMENT Claude. LEVY-LEBOYER; Université René Descartes. Paris V, France +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 14:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ENV 8 Room: S10 EVALUATION AND MEASUREMENT OF THE CREATION OF A COMFORTABLE SOUND ENVIRONMENT Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Seiichiro NAMBA; Osaka University, Japan SY ENV (8) 1 IRRELEVANT BACKGROUND NOISE AND COGNITION: PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS FOR DESIGNING COMFORTABLE SOUND ENVIRONMENTS. Jürgen HELLBRUCK; Eichstätt, Germany & Dylan JONES; Cardiff, U.K. & Pierre SALOME; Strassburg, France SY ENV (8) 2 LONG-TERM EVALUATION OF NOISE ENVIRONMENT S. KUWANO; & Seiichiro NAMBA; Osaka University, Japan SY ENV (8) 3 EVALUATION OF SOUND AND NOISE IN PASSENGER CARS A. SCHICK; University of Oldenburg, Germany SY ENV (8) 4 FUNCTIONAL SOUND ON COMPACT CASSETTE TRAY MOTIONS, A PREFERENCE EVALUATION MARC DE WIT; Philips Research Laboratories, The Netherlands Discussant(s): B. BIRGULUND, Sweden +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY ENV 9 Room: S10 RELATIONS BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY AND ALLIED FIELDS Conveners: Seymour WAPNER; Clark University, USA & Takiji YAMAMOTO, Waseda University, Japan Chairperson: Seymour WAPNER; Clark University, USA SY ENV (9) 1 INTRODUCTION: THEORETICAL LINKAGE BETWEEN ENVIROMENTAL AND OTHER SUB-FIELDS OF PSYCHOLOGY Seymour WAPNER; CLARK UNIVERSITY, USA SY ENV (9) 2 DEVELOPMENTAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY Takiji YAMAMOTO; ISHII, S. HIROSHIMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN; YAMAMOTO, T. WASEDA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN. SY ENV (9) 3 SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY Hirofumi MINAMI; TANAKA, K. OUTEMON GAKUIN UNIVERSITY, JAPAN; MINAMI, H. HIROSHIMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN. SY ENV (9) 4 CLINICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY Jack DEMICK; SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY, USA SY ENV (9) 5 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY Margarita MAYO; PASTOR, J.C. & MAYO, M. STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, USA; WAPNER, S. CLARK UNIVERSITY, USA SY ENV (9) 6 ENVIRONMEMTAL PSYCHOLOGY AND HEALTH Mark QUIRK; WAPNER, C. CLARK UNIVERSITY, USA; QUIRK, M. UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, USA Discussants: A. PACHECO & N. LUCCA-IRIZARRY; University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico

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