These resources have been compiled by Claire Harris and Paul Gardner with the support of funding from the St Andrews Research Internship Scheme (2023-2024)

Implementing sustainability concepts in statistics for Psychology is crucial for several reasons. First, it allows students to apply statistical methods to real-world problems, such as the psychological factors influencing sustainable behaviours and the impact of environmental stressors on mental health. By analysing data related to climate anxiety, environmental education effectiveness, or resource conservation behaviours, students gain a deeper understanding of both statistics and sustainability. This approach promotes interdisciplinary collaboration, encouraging psychology students to consider the broader implications of their research to develop comprehensive solutions to sustainability challenges. Additionally, aligning psychology education with global sustainability priorities ensures that graduates are prepared to contribute to sustainable development and environmental stewardship. Incorporating sustainability into psychology statistics resources not only enhances the relevance and applicability of the curriculum but also prepares students to engage in meaningful work that addresses both environmental and psychological well-being.