About the conference

The Conference on Environmental Psychology (CEP) is an annual conference hosted by the Norwegian Network for Environmental Psychology and the Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences (INN University).

Logo The Conference on Environmental Psychology (CEP)

Aims of the conference

  • To promote research within environmental psychology and related disciplines as well as practical applications of these fields
  • To provide experienced researchers in the people environment research field the possibility of an annual professional and social meeting, and to present their research
  • To provide the opportunity for students to gain experience with presenting scientific work and receive feedback from experienced researchers in environmental psychology
  • To advance the communication between environmental psychology and other areas of research within psychology and the social sciences, as well as between researchers and practitioners


Topics include, but are not restricted to:

  • Environmental psychology and applied environmental psychology
  • Traffic behavior and travel mode choice
  • Greening organizations
  • Environmental behavior and consumer behavior
  • Environmental risk perception and risk management
  • Psychological aspects of resource management and crises
  • Architectural psychology: work, school and residential environments
  • Place, place attachment, and place identity
  • Environmental quality, noise and lighting
  • Restorative environments
  • Social use of space: crowding, privacy, territoriality, personal space

Previously held conferences

The next conference is to held 17th and 18th of November 2022 in Lillehammer - read more. 

Organizing Committée

Organizing Committée CEP (Photo: HINN)
Some of the members of the organizing committée (Photo: HINN)

Research group in Environmental Psychology, INN University: Ingeborg Flagstad, Monica Rønning, Åshild Lappegard Hauge, Svein Åge Kjøs Johnsen, Kelsey Kristine Tisthammer, Marin Kristine Henriksen, Gisela Bøhm og Einar Strumse.

Master studies in Environmental Psychology, INN University.

Norwegian Network for Environmental PsychologyAslak Fyhri, Christian Andres Palacios Haugestad and Katinka Horgen Evensen.