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Lecture discusses impact of 'green guilt'

11:42 AM, Mar. 6, 2014  |  Comments
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What is "green guilt" and how is it promoting environmentally sustainable behavior? Learn more when an associate professor of psychology gives a free lecture on his research at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

"When is Guilt Actually Good for the Environment?" will be presented by Mark Ferguson at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Pinery Room of the Portage County Public Library, 1001 Main St. It is the sixth of the eight-part 2013-14 Community Lecture Series sponsored by the College of Letters and Science at UWSP.

Ferguson teaches courses in introductory psychology, social psychology, environmental psychology and advanced research methods in psychology. His research examines the role of group identity and group-based emotion in promoting environmentally sustainable behavior.

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