Recent Hispanic Research on Sustainable Behavior and Interbehavioral Psychology

Cirilo García (Editor)

Victor Corral-Verdugo (Editor)
Universidad de Senora, Mexico

Diana Moreno (Editor)

Series: Psychology Research Progress
BISAC: PSY030000

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Special issue: Resilience in breaking the cycle of children’s environmental health disparities
Edited by I Leslie Rubin, Robert J Geller, Abby Mutic, Benjamin A Gitterman, Nathan Mutic, Wayne Garfinkel, Claire D Coles, Kurt Martinuzzi, and Joav Merrick

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Sustainable behavior, the set of effective and deliberate human actions aimed at conserving present and future earth’s biophysical and social resources (Corral-Verdugo, 2010) is one of the main subjects of environmental psychology (EP).

This is understandable because environmental problems have become so extreme that they pose a real threat to humankind’s existence. EP studies the interactions between people’s behavior and their socio-physical environment (Aragonés and Amérigo, 2000). Some of these interactions result in ecological and social problems: Most of the depredations of natural resources, as well as human suffering are produced by negative people’s actions. The daily behavior of men and women, along with their psychological predispositions constitute the paramount causes of ecological and social disturbances.

This book incorporates works of empirical research that are derived from different conceptual models based on psychological or psychosocial theory. It presents scientific studies on psychology, done principally by Spanish-speaking researchers from different countries. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

The Connectedness to Nature Scale and its Relationship with Environmental Beliefs and Identity
(Pablo Olivos, Juan Ignacio Aragonés, and María Amérigo)

Exploring the Concept of Environmental Generativity
(Taciano L. Milfont and Chris G. Sibley)

Psychological Wellbeing as a Correlate of Sustainable Behaviors
(Víctor Corral-Verdugo, M. Martha Montiel-Carbajal, Marcela Sotomayor-Petterson, Martha Frías-Armenta, Cesar Tapia-Fonllem, and Blanca Fraijo-Sing)

Evaluating Pro-Environmental Behavior: Differences between Low- and High-Involvement Behaviors
(M. Carmen Hidalgo, Bernardo Hernández, M. Jesús Lambistos, and Ignacio Pisano)

Cognitive and Context “Tunning”: Tools to Break Anti-Ecological Habits
(Rui Gaspar de Carvalho, José Manuel Palma-Oliveira, Natalie Wyer, and Victor Corral-Verdugo)

Social Ecology of Sustainability
(Maria Montero-Lopez Lena and Juan Carlos Manriquez Betanzos)

Behaviorism in México: A Historical Chronicle
(Emilio Ribes-Iñesta)

Is There Intra-Dyad Variability in Caregiver-Infant Interactions in Feeding Context?
(Assol Cortes Moreno)

Influence of Frequency of Reproduction, Discrimination and Representation of Musical Fragment in Psycholinguistic Skills of Preschool Children
(Iris Xochitl Galicia Moyeda, Maria Teresa Peña, Isabel Ixtlixochitl Contreras Gomez, Alejandra Sanchez Velasco, and Susana Pavon Figueroa)

Levels of Interaction with Kindergarten and First Graders in Classrooms
(Yolanda Guevara B., Juan Pablo Rugerio, Ulises Delgado, and Ángela Hermosillo)

Promotion of Substitutive Interactions in Classroom and its Relation with Changes in Performing Tasks of Inference
(Guadalupe Mares, Elena Rueda, Olga Rivas, Adriana Reyes, Enrique Farfan, and Hector Rocha)

Use of Analysis of Verbal Protocols in the Study of Complex Human Behavior
(Patricia Plancarte Cansino, Diana Moreno Rodriguez, Hortensia Hickman Rodriguez, Rosalinda Arroyo Hernandez, and Maria Luisa Cepeda Islas)

Effective Competences and Stress Reactions in Four Different Contexts in Chronically Ill Participants
(Ma. de Lourdes Rodriguez Campuzano and Eugenio Diaz Gonzalez Anaya)

Maternal Interactions’ Style
(Laura Torres, Patricia Ortega, Adriana Reyes, and Adriana Garrido)

Verbal Interference towards Terms Associated to Cancer in College Students
(Maria del Rocio Hernandez Pozo, Pilar Castillo Nava, Sandra Cerezo Resendiz, Daniel Macias Martinez, and Alejandra Sanchez Velasco)

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