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dr. L. (Lise) Jans

Associate Professor



Group processes, Social identity, Bottom-up initiatives, Sustainability transitions

I am a social environmental psychologist, interested in the interplay between individuals and groups. I examine how groups (and group identities) are formed and changed, how they become shared identities, and how they affect both individual and collective behaviours and attitudes. I use various methods ranging from surveys in the field to longitudinal group experiments. I apply this expertise to the environmental domain to examine the role of group processes in realizing sustainable change, cooperating with other disciplines and practitioners. On a meta-level, I apply my expertise to understand and promote successful multi-and interdisciplinary collaborations.
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Social Psychology - Environmental Psychology

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Associate Professor
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