Sebastian Selge


Seppel in sw

      E-Mail: umweltpsychologie@ovgu.de

 

 

Beruflicher Werdegang


Dr. Sebastian Selge ist seit Januar 2013 assoziiertes Mitglied unserer Abteilung. Er studierte Umweltpsychologie an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum, die Promotion erfolgte 2011 zum Thema "Public and Scientific Discourses on Biological Invasions: Social Representations of Invasive Non-Native Species in Scotland" am James Hutton Institute Aberdeen, Schottland.

Publikationen 


Van der Wal, R., Fischer, A., Selge, S. & Larson, B. M. H. (2015). Neither the public nor experts judge species primarily on their origins. Environmental Conservation, 1-7.

Fischer, A., Selge, S., Van der Wal, R. & Larson, B.M.H. (2014). The public and professionals reason similarly about the management of non-native invasive species: a quantitative investigation of the relationship between beliefs and attitudes. PLoS ONE 9(8): e105495.

Buijs, A., Hovardas, T., Figari, H., Castro, P., Devine-Wright, p., Fischer, A., Mouro, C. & Selge, S. (2012). Understanding people's ideas on natural resource management: research on social representations of nature. Society & Natural Resources: An International Journal, 25, 1167-1181.

Matthies, E., Selge, S. & Klöckner, C.A. (2012). The role of parental behaviour for the development of behaviour specific environmental norms. The example of recycling and re-use behaviour. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 32 (3), 277-284.

Selge, S. & Fischer, A. (2011). How people familiarize themselves with complex ecological conceptsanchoring of social representations of invasive nonnative species. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 21, 297-311.

Selge, S., Fischer, A. & van der Wal, R. (2011). Public and professional views on invasive non-native species a qualitative social scientific investigation. Biological Conservation, 144, 3089-3097.

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