Category Archives: psychology

Helpless at the Museum: What If You Don’t Feel Like Part of the Solution?

A few years ago—the internet tells me it was 2010—the Field Museum in Chicago put on a climate change exhibit. This was at the start of my career transition, and in fact I had just stopped working onva tenure portfolio … Continue reading

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Why Green Minds?

In 2005, I was an assistant professor of psychology at a small midwestern tech school.  I was fascinated with the ways that we rewrite our perceptions of the world to fit our beliefs and expectations, to fit our memories into … Continue reading

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