Sustainable Solutions

The Climate Crisis and the Psychology of Social Action


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Imprint: AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
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Robert G. Jones
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205

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Robert G. Jones, PhD is a professor of psychology at Missouri State University. His research and professional interests are in industrial and organizational psychology, and relate to management, prejudice, and ethical decision making. He is author of the textbook Psychology of Sustainability: An Applied Perspective (Routledge, 2015; second edition in progress). Dr. Jones teaches Statistics and Environmental Psychology courses at the undergraduate level and Performance Assessment, Selection, and Internship and Thesis Supervision at the graduate level. His affiliations include Academy of Management, Personnel Psychology: Book Review Editor, Springfield City Council: Member, and Society for I-O Psychology. Dr. Jones's research and professional interests lie in assessment centers, construct validation, emotive perception, feedback responses, job analysis, nepotism, prejudice, and rating and decision biases.
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Beyond Deep Adaptation Chapter 3: Human Exceptionalism Chapter 4: Psychological Factors Required for Social Speciation Chapter 5: Social Margins, Conflict, and Developmental Change Chapter 6: Making and Managing Social Ecotones Chapter 7: Using Social Speciation on Purpose Chapter 8: Defining Successful Social Speciation Chapter 9: Taking Action Chapter 10: Solutions References

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