The chapter provides a critical overview of the interrelated psychological and social processes involved in anthropogenic environmental crises, and the factors determining individual, interpersonal, group and collective responses to those crises.
|Title of host publication||Living Psychology: From the everyday to the extraordinary|
|Editors||J. Turner, C. Hewson, K. Mahendron, P. Stevens|
|Place of Publication||Milton Keynes|
|Publisher||Open University Press|
|Number of pages||44|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2015|
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