Call for a special issue of the Journal of Environmental Psychology (JEP)
“Social Simulation in Environmental Psychology”
Social simulation has been one of the most interesting methodological developments of the last decades for the behavioral sciences. Social simulation models deal with behavioral and cognitive dynamics, with differentiated social influence, with feedback to (simulated) natural environments, or space. Specifically in environmental psychology, these models can also stimulate collaborations between environmental psychologists and researchers from other disciplines to deal with complex environmental problems.
The goal of this special issue is to provide successful examples of social simulation from the domain of environmental psychology. We encourage the submission of papers with a focus on psychological or behavioral theory in their agent architecture. We strongly prefer empirical data as the basis for the parameterization or the validation of the model. Papers must address a relevant environmental domain. Read more on Call: “Social Simulation in Environmental Psychology” – Special issue of JEP…