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About us Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences Psychology Expertise groups Environmental Psychology

Staff

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PhD student
T. (Thijs) Bouman, PhD
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Postdoctoral researcher
N. (Nadja) Contzen, PhD
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Postdoctoral researcher
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Social-cognitive factors of behaviour change; Public health promotions; Acceptability of innovations; Social dilemma and cooperation
C. (Crystel) Hajjar, MA
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PhD candidate
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Environmnetal ethics, climate ethics, energy justice, applied philosophy, climate engineering
dr. L. (Lise) Jans
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Assistant Professor
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Group processes, Social identity, Diversity, Bottom-up initiative, Sustainability
S.L. (Steph) Johnson-Zawadzki
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Pro-environmental behavior and political contexts (e.g., influence of climate skeptical political leaders); Happiness / wellbeing; Climate change beliefs; Science communication & data vizualization; Public speaking & public outreach
M.A.T. (Maddie) Judge, PhD
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dr. K.E. (Kees) Keizer
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Assistant professor
N.H. (Nieke) Lemmen, MSc
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Public participation; trust; decision making; perceived procedural fairness; acceptability of renewable energy projects.Cross-cultural study.
V. Lozano Nasi, MA
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Climate change adaptation 
Psychological resilience 
G. (Gabriel) Muinos Trujillo, PhD
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Assistant professor
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Environmnetal and Social PsychologyEnvironmnetal beliefs, frugality, climate change adaptation, teaching innovation.
G.F. (Gonzalo) Palomo Vélez, PhD
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Postdoctoral Researcher
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My two primary research interests focus on the study of the evolutionary psychology of sustainable behavior, and on the study of public evaluations of energy from a value-based approach (see the project: Responsible decision-making on gas)
dr. G. (Goda) Perlaviciute
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Associate professor Environmental psychology
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My key research interests lie in public evaluations and acceptability of energy sources, systems and policies, and which factors influence these evaluations and acceptability judgements. I focus on theory development and applying theory in addressing acute environmental and energy problems.
C.R. (Christopher) van Rugge, MSc
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PhD Candidate
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Group Norms, Intrinsic Motivation and Sustainable Energy Consumption
PhD Disciplines: Social and Environmental Psychology
E.J. (Elliot) Sharpe, MSc
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PhD Student
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Relationships between energy-saving behaviour and support for energy policy.
prof. dr. E.M. (Linda) Steg
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Professor
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Environmental psychology; understanding environmental behaviour including energy use and car use; acceptability and effectiveness of environmental policy; sustainable energy transition; cllimate change; values; intrinsic motivation
M. (Margriet) Stel
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Procesmanager SMiLES
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(EU) Collaborative research projects
A.M. (Anne) van Valkengoed
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PhD student
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Climate change adaptation by individuals and households.
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L. (Leonie) Vrieling, MSc
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dr. E. (Ellen) van der Werff, PhD
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Associate professor
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Social Psychology
N. (Nadja) Zeiske, MSc
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PhD student
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