Terry Hartig

professor i miljöpsykologi, ssk boendemiljöfrågor vid Institutionen för psykologi, Avdelningen för Klinisk psykologi

Von Kraemers allé 1A och 1C
752 37 Uppsala
Box 1225
751 42 UPPSALA

professor i miljöpsykologi, ssk boendemiljöfrågor vid Institutet för bostads- och urbanforskning (IBF)

018-471 6532
Trädgårdsgatan 18
Box 514
751 20 UPPSALA

Kort presentation

Most of my research concerns restorative environments - those places in which we can recover relatively quickly and completely from ordinary psychological wear-and-tear. The places on which I focus in my research are those which most people care about deeply and turn to frequently - home, neighborhood, and natural settings such as forests. The fundamental intent in all of these efforts is to inform environmental and policy measures that promote health and well-being.

Akademiska meriter: PhD, MPH, docent

Nyckelord: sustainable development hållbar stadsutveckling

I have studied restorative environments and nature experience since the early 1980s. After moving from Michigan to California, I completed degrees at Orange Coast College (AA, 1982), the University of California at Santa Cruz (BA, 1984), the University of California at Irvine (MA, 1990; PhD, 1993), and the University of California at Berkeley (MPH, 1994). I began work at Uppsala University after completing postdoctoral training at Berkeley in 1996. Once here I added the residential context of health to the set of topics on which to focus research efforts, which today encompass work and institutional as well as leisure and residential settings. With training in environmental psychology, social ecology, and social epidemiology, I apply diverse theoretical perspectives and methodological tools in formulating and addressing research questions. This has enabled me to get involved with studies of widely varying kind, including but not limited to theoretical analyses, literature reviews, small-scale laboratory and field experiments concerned with basic issues of restorative process and mechanism, large-scale surveys on attitudes toward nature and environmental protection, and time series studies on phenomena of constrained and collective restoration in entire populations. In much of this work I have over the years had the privilege and pleasure of collaborating with thoughtful, dedicated scholars from leading universities and research institutes throughout the world.

Ongoing Projects:

The residential context of health

Cities that sustain us

Urban nature and public health

Environmental attitudes and ecological behaviour

Environmental Influences on psychological restoration processes

Wolves, wild boars and other wildlife: Cultural ecosystem services and disservices for people’s recreation and well-being

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Terry Hartig
Senast uppdaterad: 2021-03-09