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Individual and contextual factors influencing recycling

Social Psychology

This project aims to study how individual factors, such as perceived costs and benefits and moral motivations, and contextual factors, such as characteristics of waste collection systems, affect recycling behaivour. The project is part of a large multidisciplinary project on sustainable packaging. The project is funded by TI Food and Nutrition.

Main project

This project is part of project "Understanding environmental behaviour".

Researchers and partners

Behavioural and Social Sciences, Psychology
  • Josefine Geiger, Social Psychology
  • Ellen van der Werff, Social Psychology
  • Berfu Ünal, Social Psychology
  • Linda Steg, Social Psychology
Partners outside of the University of Groningen
  • Wageningen University
  • University of Twente

Education

Courses connected to this project
  • Master Environmental Psychology
Selection of BA and MA student projects
  • Individual and contextual factors influencing recycling
  • Individual and contextual factors influencing recycling

Results

Successful grant proposals and other achievements
  • Sustainable packaging, funded by TI Food and Nutrition

University's focus areas

  • Energy
  • Sustainable Society
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