Jorge Conesa-Sevilla leads Psychology in the Wilderness experiences in Maui. In addition to writing Ecological Outcome Psychological Theory* (1999) and recently, Ecopsychology as Ultimate Force Psychology: A Biosemiotic Approach to Nature Estrangement and Nature Alienation (2006), he has published many articles in the areas of semiotics, ecopsychological bio- and eco-semiotics, evolutionary ecopsychology, and environmental philosophy. In 1989 he received a B.A. (triple-special major--Whole Human) combining psychobiology, Eastern religions and biology from Humboldt State University in California; and a B.A. in Fine Arts/Studio from Northland College. He received MA and PhD degrees in experimental psychology from The University of Toledo, Ohio and. He is a co-founder of The European Ecopsychology Society, EES (www.ecopsychology.net). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Semiotic Matrix Theory
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