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International Conference on Environmental Psychology (ICEP), August 30 – September 1 2017, A Coruña, Spain

29 September 2017

Members of the research team attended the International Conference on Environmental Psychology at the University of A Coruña, Spain, organized by the International Association of Applied Psychology, Division of Environmental Psychology. Main aim of the conference was to promote the science and practice of applied psychology and to facilitate scientific exchange and communication on Environmental Psychology topics. Research team members Nicole Huijts and Nadja Contzen presented work related to the project. Nadja Contzen discussed the role of values, perceived value threat, and emotions for the acceptability of new products. Nicole Huijts focused on the role of perceived fairness on emotions towards hydrogen fuel stations .

ICEP in A Coruña, Spain.
ICEP in A Coruña, Spain.
Last modified:29 September 2017 2.57 p.m.

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