The benefits of anger in the face of the ecological crisis

Psychology - Mar 15

The emotions we feel about the ecological crisis are not without consequences. Whether it's anxiety, sadness or anger, environmental degradation generally leaves no one indifferent. Until now, these emotions have often been perceived as negative, or even as potential sources of psychological suffering. However, according to certain theories of emotions, these feelings could in fact be powerful levers, facilitating the implementation of pro-environmental behaviours, thus contributing to the necessary changes in favour of transition.

CÚdric Vanhoolandt wins the Prix Philippe Maystadt

Pedagogy - Psychology

Under the principal supervision of Jim Plumat, Professor of Physics Didactics at UNamur, CÚdric Vanhoolandt's thesis, which straddles cognitive psy