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McKenzie-Mohr, Doug et al. Determinants Of Responsible Environmental Behavior. Journal of Social Issues 51 (1995): 139-. Web. Journal Of Social Issues.
Morrison, D. M. A Decade Of Residential Energy Research: Some New Directions And Some Speculations About The Future. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior. Ed. Willett Kempton & Neiman, M. Washington, DC: American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, 1987. 185-206. Web. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior.
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O'Donoghue, T., and M. Rabin. Doing It Now Or Later. American Economic Review (1999): 89-. Web. American Economic Review.
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Seaver, W. B, and A. H Patterson. Decreasing Fuel-Oil Consumption Through Feedback And Social Commendation. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (1976): 147-152. Web. Journal Of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Smith, E. R, and J. DeCoster. Dual-Process Models In Social And Cognitive Psychology: Conceptual Integration And Links To Underlying Memory Systems. Personality and Social Psychology Review 4 (2000): 108-. Web. Personality And Social Psychology Review.
Starmer, C. Developments In Non-Expected Utility Theory: The Hunt For A Descriptive Theory Of Choice Under Risk. Journal of Economic Literature 38 (2000): 332-382. Web. Journal Of Economic Literature.
Summerton, J. District Heating Comes To Town: The Social Shaping Of An Energy System. Linkoping. Linkoping, Sweden: Linkoping University Faculty of Arts and Sciences, 1992. Web.
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Van Den Hoogen, W. M, Anneloes L Meijnders, and Cees JH Midden. Diffusion Of Technological Innovations: Promoting The Large-Scale Use Of Technology. User Behavior And Technology Development: Shaping Sustainable Relations Between Consumers And Technologies. Ed. Peter-Paul Verbeek & Slob, A. Dordrecht: Springer, 2006. 173-180. Web. User Behavior And Technology Development: Shaping Sustainable Relations Between Consumers And Technologies.

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