The Psychological Situation of Climate Change
Posted by The Situationist Staff on April 17, 2011
Situationist friend, Daniel Gilbert, Professor of Psychology, describes the psychological impulses that make it difficult for humans to confront the threat of global warming.
Related Situationist posts:
- Dan Gilbert on Why the Brain Scares Itself
- “Dan Gilbert To Speak at Harvard Law School,”
- “Dan Gilbert on the Situation of Our Decisions,”
- “Dan Gilbert on the Situation of Psychology,”
- “The Situation of Climate Change,”
- “The Heat is On,”
- “The Situation of Happiness,” and
- “Conversation with Dan Gilbert.”
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