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  • noun A form of psychology based on integration with the natural world rather than with society.

Etymologies

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eco- +‎ psychology Coined by Theodore Roszak in his book The Voice of the Earth (1992).

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  • The term ecopsychology, first coined by writer and theorist Theodore Roszak in his 1992 book, Voice of the Earth, is loosely defined as the connection between ecology and human psychology.

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  • The term ecopsychology, first coined by writer and theorist Theodore Roszak in his 1992 book,

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  • The term ecopsychology, first coined by writer and theorist Theodore Roszak in his 1992 book, Voice of the Earth, is loosely defined as the connection between ecology and human psychology.

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  • The term ecopsychology, first coined by writer and theorist Theodore Roszak in his 1992 book,

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  • I opened this column with the words of Theodore Roszak, who coined the term "ecopsychology" in his 1992 book, The Voice of the Earth.

    Robert Koehler: Ancient Oceans

  • I opened this column with the words of Theodore Roszak, who coined the term "ecopsychology" in his 1992 book, The Voice of the Earth.

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  • Theodore Roszak has called the merging of the three disciplines (psychology, cosmology and ecology) "ecopsychology".

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  • Theodore Roszak has called the merging of the three disciplines (psychology, cosmology and ecology) "ecopsychology".

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  • Dear EarthTalk: I caught the tail end of a discussion about "ecopsychology" recently on the radio, something about the negative impacts of people not communing with nature enough, spending too much time watching TV, sitting at computers, etc.

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  • Dear EarthTalk: I caught the tail end of a discussion about "ecopsychology" recently on the radio, something about the negative impacts of people not communing with nature enough, spending too much time watching TV, sitting at computers, etc.

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