M. Bruni, M.A.
Coral has a Master's degree
in experimental psychology from California State University, San
Marcos (CSUSM). Currently,
Coral works as a project manager for Action Research, Inc., a
behavioral research firm in San Marcos and also serves as project
manager of the IAT team in the Applied Social Lab at CSUSM.
She has conducted both field and laboratory research in the areas of
environmental attitudes, community outreach, behavior change, and
program evaluation. Coral is interested in the
developing strategies to measure environmental attitudes, as well as
in the development of environmental attitudes, particularly in
Wesley Schultz, Ph.D.
Dr. Schultz is Professor of
Psychology at California State University, San Marcos (CSUSM).
He also consults on a range of projects as Senior Scientist
at Action Research, Inc. His
areas of expertise are social psychology and statistics. His current
research interests are in the application of social psychology to
help understand and address environmental issues. Recent projects
include cross-cultural research on environmental attitudes,
community interventions to improve curbside recycling, and
evaluations of environmental education programs at the San Diego
Wild Animal Park. For more information about Dr. Schultz
please visit his website at: www.csusm.edu/schultz
Carol D. Saunders,
Carol Saunders is a Core Faculty in the Environmental Studies
Department at Antioch University New England, where she advises graduate students and teaches courses in
conservation psychology, program evaluation, and environmental
on her previous research in animal behavior and psychology, she is
interested in how people experience wildlife and the factors that
promote conservation behavior. In
the process, she has been examining various methods for measuring
relationships to nature. She has also been working with colleagues to
advance the new field of Conservation Psychology.
Special thanks goes to
Maria A. Aguilar, Sara M. Aguilar, Randie C. Chance, Karelle A.
Jones, and Josephine Piranio for their unique contributions to this
collection of environmental measures.
Without their time, commitment, and intellectual
contributions, this collection would not be possible.
This project was supported by a grant from the Ittleson Foundation.