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FIA - Journals - Psyecology
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    Psyecology. Bilingual Journal of Environmental Psychology

    Editor: Bernardo Hernández (Universidad de La Laguna)

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    Languages: English and Spanish (fully bilingual journal)

    Frequency: Four-monthly

    Months of publication: February, May, October

    ISSN: 2171-1976

    Online ISSN: 1989-9386

     

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    Indexing in selective databases1: Scopus, Latindex, ISOC; submitted for evaluation to Journal Citation Reports (Social Sciences Edition) and PsycINFO.

     

    Psyecology, Bilingual Journal of Environmental Psychology, publishes multidisciplinary papers in the field of Environmental Psychology in both English and Spanish.

    Accepted manuscripts include empirical research and intervention projects that focus on the interaction between people and their environment, and all aspects involved in this relationship: psychological processes, individual and social activity, and cultural mediation. Theoretical reviews will also be considered for publication according to originality and current relevance.

    Subjects of interest for Psyecology include environmental representation and cognition, environment assessment and intervention, quality of life and environment, environmental participation and education, ecological behaviour, cognitive maps, place attachment, symbolic space and social identity processes, environmental attitudes and beliefs, space design, institutional and working environments, health and environment, environmental stress, noise, crowding, dangerous environments and fear of crime, risk perception, psychosocial aspects of environmental impact, conservation and management of natural resources, landscape perception, research methods specific of the aforementioned fields, and ultimately, all research focused on the relation between human activity and the environment.

    Psyecology will be of interest to researchers from a wide number of disciplines focused on the interaction between people and the environment, such as psychology, education, biology, environmental sciences, architecture, design, sociology, anthropology, political science, geography, history, urban planning, etcetera.

     

     

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