Duration: 3 hours
Conservation psychology is the scientific study of the relationship between humans and nature, focusing on encouraging conservation of the natural world. It is the understanding of environmental problems using psychological principles. This branch of psychology is commonly applied in zoos or natural contexts and is exemplified by the application of social norms and persuasions or community-based approaches to environmental problems.
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