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  • n. Plural form of ecopsychologist.

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  • Terms like "nature-deficit disorder," "ecoanxiety" and "ecoparalysis" have sprung up in recent years and are used by ecopsychologists to diagnose their patients.

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  • It is generally postulated by ecopsychologists and environmentalists that biophilia is important to nurture not only for its contribution to personal well­being, but also to foster desire to care for and protect the environment.

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  • Critical Analysis Strife's and Kalviatis 'research provided intriguing insights that support ecopsychologists' theory that love of nature is innate in humans, and challenge the popular notion that children today prefer being indoors to being outside.

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  • Yoga and ecstatic dance offer release from the controlling modern ego and access to what ecopsychologists call "the ecological self."

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