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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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How far can we get with eco driving tech?
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Publication date: August 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 76Author(s): Florian Kutzner, Celina Kacperski, Diana Schramm, Michaela Waenke
The influence of environmental context on spatial learning. Openness of the environment and spatial mental representations in the city of Venice
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Publication date: August 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 76Author(s): Laura Miola, Chiara Meneghetti, Valérie Gyselinck, Federica Gaia Curcio, Francesca Pazzaglia
Influencing climate change attitudes in the United States: A systematic review and meta-analysis
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Publication date: August 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 76Author(s): Jacob B. Rode, Amy L. Dent, Caitlin N. Benedict, Daniel B. Brosnahan, Ramona L. Martinez, Peter H. Ditto
Proenvironmental attitudes predict proenvironmental consumer behaviors over time
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Publication date: August 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 76Author(s): Wiebke Bleidorn, Madeline R. Lenhausen, Christopher J. Hopwood
Household crowding can have political effects: An empirical study on support for anti-democratic political systems during the COVID-19 lockdown in Italy
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Publication date: August 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 76Author(s): Nicoletta Cavazza, Silvia Russo, Pasquale Colloca, Michele Roccato
Pay now, save later: Using insights from behavioural economics to commit consumers to environmental sustainability
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Publication date: August 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 76Author(s): Jasmin Mahmoodi, Martin K. Patel, Tobias Brosch
Anger Consensus Messaging Can Enhance Expectations for Collective Action and Support for Climate Mitigation
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Publication date: Available online 19 June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental PsychologyAuthor(s): Anandita Sabherwal, Adam R. Pearson, Gregg Sparkman
Walk it off! The effectiveness of walk and talk coaching in nature for individuals with burnout- and stress-related complaints
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Publication date: Available online 18 June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental PsychologyAuthor(s): Agnes E. van den Berg, Femke Beute
Nature Connectedness Boosts the Bright Side of Emotion Regulation, which in Turn Reduces Stress
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Publication date: Available online 17 June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental PsychologyAuthor(s): Tugce Bakir-Demir, Sibel Kazak Berument, Sevinc Akkaya
Exposure to nature promotes self-transcendence and prosocial behavior
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Publication date: Available online 12 June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental PsychologyAuthor(s): Noah Castelo, Katherine White, Miranda Goode
Corrigendum to “Crowding and personal space invasion on the train: Please don't make me sit in the middle” [Journal of Environmental Psychology 27 (2007), 90–94]
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Publication date: Available online 11 June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental PsychologyAuthor(s): Gary W. Evans, Richard E. Wener
Corrigendum to “Why going green feels good.” [Journal of Environmental Psychology (2020), Volume 71, 101492]
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Publication date: June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 75Author(s): Leonie A. Venhoeven, Jan Willem Bolderdijk, Linda Steg
Examining the relationship between knowledge and attitude extremity on genetic engineering technology: A conceptual replication study from China
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Publication date: June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 75Author(s): Chen Min, Fei Shen, Yajie Chu
Theory enhances impact. Reply to: ‘The case for impact-focused environmental psychology’
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Publication date: June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 75Author(s): Anne M. van Valkengoed, Linda Steg, Goda Perlaviciute, P. Wesley Schultz, Tobias Brosch, Birgitta Gatersleben, Annika Nordlund, Sabine Pahl, Lorraine Whitmarsh
Making theory useful for understanding high-impact behavior. A response to van Valkengoed et al. (2021)
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Publication date: June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 75Author(s): Florian Lange, Kristian S. Nielsen, Viktoria Cologna, Cameron Brick, Paul C. Stern
Global climate marches sharply raise attention to climate change: Analysis of climate search behavior in 46 countries
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Publication date: June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 75Author(s): Matthew R. Sisco, Silvia Pianta, Elke U. Weber, Valentina Bosetti
Beating the blues by viewing Green: Depressive symptoms predict greater restoration from stress and negative affect after viewing a nature video
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Publication date: June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 75Author(s): Daphne Meuwese, Karin Dijkstra, Jolanda Maas, Sander L. Koole
Effects of COVID-19-related stay-at-home order on neuropsychophysiological response to urban spaces: Beneficial role of exposure to nature?
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Publication date: June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 75Author(s): Agnieszka Olszewska-Guizzo, Anna Fogel, Nicolas Escoffier, Roger Ho
Children's preferences on the move: Establishing the characteristics of unofficial paths and their benefits for children's physical play in Australian primary school grounds
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Publication date: June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 75Author(s): Fatemeh Aminpour, Kate Bishop
Learning from navigation, and tasks assessing its accuracy: The role of visuospatial abilities and wayfinding inclinations
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Publication date: June 2021Source: Journal of Environmental Psychology, Volume 75Author(s): Chiara Meneghetti, Laura Miola, Enrico Toffalini, Massimiliano Pastore, Francesca Pazzaglia