The climatic changes that have been increasingly observed in recent years are to a large extent driven by human activities linked to energy overconsumption and overreliance on fossil energy sources. Developing a more sustainable energy use is one of the most pressing tasks facing our planet and its inhabitants. Using an interdisciplinary approach that combines psychology, affective sciences, behavioral economics, and neuroscience, our research group aims at contributing to this “energy turn” by trying to understand the factors and mechanisms that drive decisions related to energy consumption.
Interindividual differences in environmentally relevant positive trait affect impacts sustainable behavior in everyday life.
The rise of affectivism.
Goal-relevant situations facilitate memory of neutral faces.
More Than Meets the Eye: The Impact of Materialism on Information Selection During Luxury Choices.
Faculté de psychologie et sciences de l’éducation
Université de Genève