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Peter H. Kahn Jr

Peter H. Kahn Jr

    MS, PhD
Editor-in-Chief, Professor | Seattle, Washington    United States of America
Psychology
Psychology, Ecopsychology,...More
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Biography :

Peter H. Kahn, Jr. is Professor in the Department of Psychology and the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, and Director of the Human Interaction with Nature and Technological Systems (HINTS) Laboratory at the University of Washington. He is also Editor-in-Chief of the academic journal Ecopsychology. His research seeks to address two world movements that are powerfully reshaping human existence: (1) The degradation if not the destruction of large parts of the natural world, and (2) unprecedented technological development, both in terms of its computational sophistication and pervasiveness.

He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. His publications have appeared in such journals as Science, Developmental Psychology, Human-Computer Interaction, Environmental Health Perspectives, Child Development, and Journal of Systems Software, as well as in such proceedings as CHI, HRI, and Ubicomp. His 5 books (all with MIT Press) include Technological Nature: Adaptation and the Future of Human Life (2011).

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Psychology

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Psychology, Ecopsychology, Environmental Psychology, Child Development, Developmental Psychology, Human-Computer Interaction, Environmental Health Perspectives

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