Thematic Areas


Natural environments

Urban spaces

Attitudes, values and pro-environmental behaviour

Residential environments

Institutional environments: schools, hospitals and industrial environments

Personalization, place attachment and identity

Human socio-spatial behaviour: crowding, privacy, territoriality and personal space

Habitat assessment and quality of life

Environmental concern and climate change

Environmental education and psycho-environmental intervention programs

Perception and risk communication, and disaster management

Social movements related to the environment

Environmental effects on health, well-being and quality of life

Urban environment accessible to diversity

Important Dates


Submission of Abstracts – until October 18, 2021   HERE
Acceptance Communication – January 14, 2022
Registration (reduced value) – between January 15 and  March 1, 2022
Registration (normal value) – after March 1, 2022


Presentation Rules



symposium - oral communication - poster (presentation sessions)


Submission in Portuguese (PT), Spanish (ES) or English (EN) - up to 400 words
with a brief summary of 100 words in EN (versions in PT or ES)
3 to 5 key words


Presentation in Portuguese (PT), Spanish (ES) or English (EN)

with slides in EN

More Information   HERE







PSICAMB Members - until March 1, 2022: € 280 - after March 1, 2022: € 340

General - until March 1, 2022: € 350 - after March 1, 2022: € 420

Student PSICAMB Members - until March 1, 2022: € 50 - after March 1, 2022: € 80

Students General - until March 1, 2022: € 75 - after March 1, 2022: € 100


Rocío Martín Award


Call for Rocío Martín Award for Young Researchers in Environmental Psychology

The award, the award promoted by the Association of Environmental Psychology (PSICAMB) will be awarded by a jury and has an economic endowment funded by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.



The award is intended to non-doctoral researchers who present a work related to the theme of the XV Congress of Environmental Psychology and, in a generic way, with the scope of Environmental Psychology.

Candidate works may be submitted individually or signed by more than one author, with the first author always being the person who is applying for the prize.

The person applying for the prize can only submit a single candidate work.

Works must be presented in poster format.

More Information   HERE