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Overall however, this is one of the most enlightening books I have read.
This WAS NOT it. there is almost no psychology in it and very little science, the subject seems to have been hijacked by a bunch of flakey new agers.
A good book, however, that does address the psychological importance of nature is The Earth Has a Soul by Carl Jung.
For anyone interested in ecopsychology this volume of essays will immerse you in this new field and really get you going.Published 3 months ago by Harvey Hyman. President/CEO of Lawyers' Wellbeing, Inc.
Taking psychology from a self centered approach and going further than psychology has gone before by looking at the whole of the experiences in a person's life including the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lois Field
A very useful and pleasant compilation on a very heavy subject, high quality, nice presentation, very thoughtful! Definitely got me interested in the subject, as a first read.Published 6 months ago by USSRangel85
This book was in great condition and it's also a good read. I needed it for school the price was 1/3 of the school book store. I recieved the book faster than expected.Published 10 months ago by shiba sanders
Got the book for school. Not something I would have picked to read for fun but very interesting just the same. Read morePublished 23 months ago by JB
I'm not a psychology major-I'm sure I would get more out of the book if I was, but I am very interested in the relationship of the human psyche to nature. Read morePublished on August 14, 2011 by C. Bosacki
DON'T BUY THIS BOOK. I was looking for research purposes into the psychology of environmental issues. This WAS NOT it. Read morePublished on June 16, 2011 by Eeza Geeza
If the environmental movement is to make any headway, it needs to distance itself from cranks like the authors of this unfortunate book. Read morePublished on October 15, 2008 by Bokata
This book contains essays from a variety of sources. It does not tell you what ecopsychology is but tells you why it makes sence. Read morePublished on March 8, 2006 by Marian Cronin