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Ozaki, Ritsuko. Going Hybrid: An Analysis Of Consumer Purchase Motivations. Energy Policy 39 (2011): 2217-2227. Web. Energy Policy.
Musti, Sashank, Katherine Kortum, and Kara Kockelman. Household Energy Use And Travel: Opportunities For Behavioral Change. Transportation Research Part D-Transport and Environment 16 (2011): 49-56. Web. Transportation Research Part D-Transport And Environment.
Ajzen, I. et al. Knowledge And The Prediction Of Behavior: The Role Of Information Accuracy In The Theory Of Planned Behavior. Basic and Applied Social Psychology 33 (2011): 101-117. Web. Basic And Applied Social Psychology.
Carrico, Amanda, and Manuel Riemer. Motivating Energy Conservation In The Workplace: An Evaluation Of The Use Of Group-Level Feedback And Peer Education. Journal of Environmental Psychology 31 (2011): 1-13. Web. Journal Of Environmental Psychology.
Spence, A et al. Perceptions Of Climate Change And Willingness To Save Energy Related To Flood Experience. Nature Climate Change 1 (2011): 46-49. Web. Nature Climate Change.
Gaker, David et al. The Power And Value Of Green In Promoting Sustainable Transport Behavior. Environmental Research Letters 6 (2011): n. pag. Web. Environmental Research Letters.
Whitmarsh, Lorraine, Gill Seyfang, and Saffron O'Neill. Public Engagement With Carbon And Climate Change: To What Extent Is The Public 'Carbon Capable'?. Global Environmental Change-Human Policy Dimensions 21 (2011): 56-65. Web. Global Environmental Change-Human Policy Dimensions.
Jones, Christopher, and Daniel Kammen. Quantifying Carbon Footprint Reduction Opportunities For Us Households And Communities. Environmental Science and Technology 45 (2011): 4088-4095. Web. Environmental Science And Technology.
Vandenbergh, Michael, Amanda Carrico, and Lisa Bressman. Regulation In The Behavioral Era. Minnesota Law Review (2011): 715-781. Web. Minnesota Law Review.
Allcott, Hunt. Social Norms And Energy Conservation. Journal of Public Economics 95 (2011): 1082-1095. Web. Journal Of Public Economics.