Applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Psychology to Better Understand People and PlacesRead Now
The Portland State University's Geospatial Information Society will be hosting our first colloquium of the year in this Friday, Oct.18, 3:00 to 4:00 PM in Cramer Hall room 413. Our speaker will be Dr. Greg Townley, a PSU Psychology professor specializing in community psychology, with particular interests in community integration of individuals with psychiatric disabilities; supported housing interventions and homelessness; and the relationship between culture, sense of community, and well-being. Dr. Townley utilizes a variety of social-environmental research methods in his place-based research, including Geographic Information Systems (GIS), neighborhood assessments, and qualitative/ ethnographic approaches. He also collaborates with local and international partners to implement and evaluate interventions addressing homelessness, supported housing, and mental health service delivery.
Please join the PSU Geospatial Information Society this Friday to support Dr. Greg Townley in presenting his work using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Psychology research.
Click here to see the event flyer.
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