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Keirstead, J. Barriers Perceived To Engaging With Climate Change Among The Uk Public And Their Policy Implications. Global Environment Change 17 (2007): 445-459. Web. Global Environment Change.
Keller, K. L. Memory Factors In Advertising: The Effect Of Advertising Retrieval Cues On Brand Evaluations. Journal of Consumer Research 14 (1987): 316-. Web. Journal Of Consumer Research.
Kelley, T. The Art Of Innovation. New York, NY: Currency Double Day, 2001. Web.
Kelling, G., and C. M Coles. Fixing Broken Windows. NY, NY: Touchstone, 1996. Web.
Kelman, H., and C. I Hovland. Reinstatement Of The Communicator In Delayed Measurement Of Opinion Change. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology 48 (1953): 327-. Web. Journal Of Abnormal And Social Psychology.
Kempton, Willett. Will Public Environmental Concern Lead To Action On Global Warming?. Annual Review of Energy and Environment 18 (1993): 217-. Web. Annual Review Of Energy And Environment.
Kempton, Willett. Lay Perspectives On Global Climate Change. Global Environmental Change (1991): 183-208. Web. Global Environmental Change.
Kempton, Willett et al. Do Consumers Know What Works In Energy Conservation?. What Works: Documenting Energy Conservation In Buildings. Ed. Jeffrey Harris & Blumstein, Carl. Washington, D.C.: American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 1984. 429-438. Web. What Works: Documenting Energy Conservation In Buildings.
Kempton, Willett. Social Science Research Recommendations. Washington, DC: Buildings Energy Efficiency Program Review, Committee Draft Report Memorandum, 1992. Web.
Kempton, Willett, and L. Montgomery. Folk Quantification Of Energy. Energy 7 (1982): 817-827. Web. Energy.
Kempton, Willett. Two Theories For Home Heat Control. Cognitive Science (1986): 75-90. Web. Cognitive Science.
Kempton, Willett, and M. Neiman. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives In Individual Behavior. Washington, D.C.: American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 1987. Web.
Kempton, Willett, and L. L Layne. The Consumers Energy Analysis Environment. Energy Policy 22 (1994): 857-866. Web. Energy Policy.
Kempton, Willett. Residential Hot Water: A Behaviorally Driven System. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior. Ed. Willett Kempton & Neiman, M. Washington, DC: ACEEE Press, 1984. 229-244. Web. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior.
Kempton, Willett, and S. Krabacher. Thermostat Management: Intensive Interviewing Used To Interpret Instrumentation Data. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior. Ed. Willett Kempton & Neiman, M. Washington, DC: ACEEE Press, 1984. 245-262. Web. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior.
Knutson, B. J. Lifestyle: Its Definition And Operational Use In Energy-Behavior Research. Families And Energy: Coping With Uncertainty. Ed. B. M Morrison & Kempton, Willett. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, 1984. 505-518. Web. Families And Energy: Coping With Uncertainty.

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