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Welcome to Forethought India One-on-One Courses. Our program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their chosen profession. Our instructor for this course is Professor David Belin from the University of Cambridge

 

The course "Environmental Psychology: How Our Environment Affects Our Behavior" offers a comprehensive exploration of the dynamic interplay between human behavior and the surrounding environment. Providing an in-depth understanding of the psychological processes underlying human interactions with natural and built environments, the course delves into topics such as environmental perception, stress, and decision-making. Participants gain insights into the impact of environmental design on human well-being, personal space preferences, and the psychological implications of various environmental settings. Additionally, the course addresses critical themes such as the influence of environmental factors on health, the significance of biophilia and nature connection, and the role of environmental psychology in promoting sustainable practices and social equity. By examining the implications of environmental psychology in various contexts, including urban planning, disaster management, and public policy, the course fosters a holistic understanding of the profound influence of our surroundings on human behavior and well-being. Ultimately, it encourages participants to apply this knowledge to create sustainable, supportive, and psychologically enriching environments for individuals and communities alike.

 

At the end of the program, students will receive a certificate & performance letter by the educator indicating that they have completed the program and acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen profession.

Environmental Psychology, by David Belin

₹39,600.00Price
  • Dr David Belin is a Professor of Behavioural Neuroscience at the Department of Psychology of the University of Cambridge and a fellow of Homerton College, Cambridge.

    Dr Belin was born in Blois, France in 1979. He graduated in 2005 in Neuroscience and Neuropharmacology at the University of Bordeaux 2. During his PhD he developed the first preclinical model of cocaine addiction based in the operationalisation of multiple clinical criteria of the pathology as defined in humans.

    Dr Belin then moved to the laboratory of Professor Barry Everitt at the Department of Experimental Psychology of the University of Cambridge in January 2006. With his mentor Dr Belin investigated the corticostriatal mechanisms of cocaine seeking habits and the relationships between impulsivity and compulsive cocaine self-administration, leading to a breakthrough in our understanding of the neurological and psychological mechanisms subserving individual vulnerability to cocaine addiction.

    In 2009 Dr David Belin tenured at the INSERM in France and established his INSERM team in Poitiers (France) which focused on the psychological, neural and cellular mechanisms of individual vulnerability to compulsive disorders and their modulation by the environment. Soon it became apparent that Cambridge is where he wanted to carry out his research and he came back in October 2013, being appointed Lecturer in Neuroscience at the Department of Pharmacology. He moved back to the Department of Psychology in October 2016, where he has now established his research on the psychological and neural mechanisms of compulsive disorders.

    Dr David Belin has authored over 75 publications received the Mémain-Pelletier Award from the French Academy of Science and the Young Investigator Award from the European Behavioural Pharmacology Society. He was one of the first fellows of the FENS/Kavli network of Excellence.

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