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Journal of Environmental Psychology

Affiliated with the Division of Environmental Psychology of the International Association of Applied Psychology
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Where do we want to see other people while relaxing in a city park? Visual relationships with park users and their impact on preferences, safety and privacy
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Publication date: February 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 73Author(s): Aleksandra Lis, Paweł Iwankowski
Do past-focused environmental messages promote pro-environmentalism to conservatives? A pre-registered replication
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Publication date: February 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 73Author(s): Inkuk Kim, Matthew D. Hammond, Taciano L. Milfont
Going rural: Qualitative perspectives on the role of place attachment in young people's intentions to return to the country
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Publication date: February 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 73Author(s): Micaela L. Riethmuller, Peta L. Dzidic, Elizabeth A. Newnham
Referent group specificity: Optimizing normative feedback to increase residential recycling
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Publication date: February 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 73Author(s): Samantha N. Mertens, P. Wesley Schultz
Changing environmental behaviour from the bottom up: The formation of pro-environmental social identities
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Publication date: February 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 73Author(s): Lise Jans
Consistency and variation in the associations between Refugee and environmental attitudes in European mass publics
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Publication date: February 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 73Author(s): Ville-Juhani Ilmarinen, Florencia M. Sortheix, Jan-Erik Lönnqvist
Home garden use during COVID-19: Associations with physical and mental wellbeing in older adults
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Publication date: February 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 73Author(s): Janie Corley, Judith A. Okely, Adele M. Taylor, Danielle Page, Miles Welstead, Barbora Skarabela, Paul Redmond, Simon R. Cox, Tom C. Russ
Is green the new sexy? Romantic of conspicuous conservation
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Publication date: February 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 73Author(s): Gonzalo Palomo-Vélez, Joshua M. Tybur, Mark van Vugt
Discounting environmental policy: The effects of psychological distance over time and space
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Publication date: February 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 73Author(s): Gregg Sparkman, Nathan R. Lee, Bobbie N.J. Macdonald
Rounded or angular? How the physical work environment in makerspaces influences makers’ creativity
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Publication date: February 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 73Author(s): Yueyan Wu, Chongyu Lu, Jianhui Yan, Xiao Chu, Meijiao Wu, Zhi Yang
Out of the Noise: Effects of sound environment on maths performance in middle-school students
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Publication date: Available online 12 January 2021Source: Journal of Environmental PsychologyAuthor(s): Sara Caviola, Chiara Visentin, Erika Borella, Irene Mammarella, Nicola Prodi
Motivating sustainability through morality: A daily diary study on the link between moral self-control and clothing consumption
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Publication date: Available online 9 January 2021Source: Journal of Environmental PsychologyAuthor(s): Kristian S. Nielsen, Wilhelm Hofmann
Test-retest reliability and construct validity of the Pro-Environmental Behavior Task
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Publication date: Available online 8 January 2021Source: Journal of Environmental PsychologyAuthor(s): Florian Lange, Siegfried Dewitte
Increasing People’s Acceptance of Anthropogenic Climate Change with Scientific Facts: Is Mechanistic Information More Effective for Environmentalists?
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Publication date: Available online 5 January 2021Source: Journal of Environmental PsychologyAuthor(s): Oliver Taube, Michael Andrew Ranney, Laura Henn, Florian G. Kaiser
Examining the connection between nature connectedness and dark personality
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Publication date: December 2020Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 72Author(s): D. Fido, A. Rees, P. Clarke, D. Petronzi, M. Richardson
Social identity as a key concept for connecting transformative societal change with individual environmental activism
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Publication date: December 2020Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 72Author(s): Maxie Schulte, Sebastian Bamberg, Jonas Rees, Philipp Rollin
It is undeniable that stimulus selection procedures limit conclusions from environmental exposure experiments: A response to Berto (2020)
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Publication date: December 2020Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 72Author(s): Lydia J. Hicks, Alyssa C. Smith, Brandon C.W. Ralph, Daniel Smilek
Structural salience of landmark pictograms in maps as a predictor for object location memory performance
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Publication date: December 2020Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 72Author(s): Julian Keil, Dennis Edler, Katrin Reichert, Frank Dickmann, Lars Kuchinke
The affective benefits of nature exposure: What's nature got to do with it?
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Publication date: December 2020Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 72Author(s): Kimberly L. Meidenbauer, Cecilia U.D. Stenfors, Gregory N. Bratman, James J. Gross, Kathryn E. Schertz, Kyoung Whan Choe, Marc G. Berman
What is the best way of delivering virtual nature for improving mood? An experimental comparison of high definition TV, 360° video, and computer generated virtual reality
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Publication date: December 2020Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 72Author(s): N.L. Yeo, M.P. White, I. Alcock, R. Garside, S.G. Dean, A.J. Smalley, B. Gatersleben