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Kraus, S. J. Attitudes And The Prediction Of Behavior: A Meta-Analysis Of The Empirical Literature. Personal Social Psychology Bulletin (1995): 21-. Web. Personal Social Psychology Bulletin.
Eagly, A. H, and P. Kulesa. Attitudes, Attitude Structure, And Resistance To Change. Environmental Ethics And Behavior. Ed. Max H Bazerman et al. San Francisco: New Lexington, 1997. 122-153. Web. Environmental Ethics And Behavior.
Milstein, J. S. Attitudes, Knowledge And Behavior Of American Consumers Regarding Energy Conservation With Some Implications For Governmental Actions. Washington, DC: Office of Conservation and The Environment, US Federal Energy Administration, 1976. Web.
Samuelson, C. D, and M. Biek. Attitudes Toward Energy Conservation: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 21 (1991): 549-568. Web. Journal Of Applied Social Psychology.
P. Schultz, Wesley, and W. F Stone. Authoritarianism And Attitudes Toward The Environment. Environment and Behavior 26 (1994): 25-. Web. Environment And Behavior.
Ward, J., J Wall, and S White. Automate And Motivate: Behaviour-Reliant Building Technology Solutions Or Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Architectural Science Review 53 (2010): 87-94. Web. Architectural Science Review.
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.
Anderson, C. D, and J. D Claxton. Barriers To Consumer Choice Of Energy Efficient Products. Journal of Consumer Research 9 (1982): 163-170. Web. Journal Of Consumer Research.
Cialdini, Robert B. Basic Social Influence Is Underestimated. Psychological Inquiry 16 (2005): 158-161. Web. Psychological Inquiry.
Seligman, Clive, Lawrence J Becker, and J. M Darley. Behavioral Approaches To Residential Energy Conservation. Energy and Buildings (1978): 1-. Web. Energy And Buildings.
Lutzenhiser, Loren et al. Behavioral Assumptions In Energy Efficiency Potential Studies. California Institute for Energy and Environment, California Public Utilities Commission, 2009. Web.
Sullivan, Michael. Behavioral Assumptions Underlying California Residential Sector Energy Efficiency Programs. California Institute for Energy and Environment, California Public Utilities Commission, 2009. Web.
Peters, Jane, and Marjorie McRae. Behavioral Assumptions Underlying Energy Efficiency Programs For Businesses. California Institute for Energy and Environment, California Public Utilities Commission, 2009. Web.
Payne, J. W, J. R Bettman, and E. J Johnson. Behavioral Decision Research: A Constructive Processing Perspective. Annual Review of Psychology 43 (1992): 87-131. Web. Annual Review Of Psychology.
De Cicco, J. M, and Willett Kempton. Behavioral Determinates Of Energy Consumption In A Centrally-Heated Apartment Building. Energy Systems and Policy (1987): 155-168. Web. Energy Systems And Policy.
Van Raaij, W. F, and T. M Verhallen. A Behavioral Model Of Residential Energy Use. Journal of Economic Psychology 3 (1983): 39-63. Web. Journal Of Economic Psychology.
Bernheim, D., and A. Rangel. Behavioral Public Economics: Welfare And Policy Analysis With Fallible Decision-Makers. Institutions And Behavioral Economics. Ed. Peter Diamond & Vartianen, Hannu. Submitted. Web. Institutions And Behavioral Economics.
Dawnay, E., and H. Shah. Behavioural Economics: Seven Principles For Policy-Makers. London, UK: New Econ. Found., 2005. Web.
Rokeach, M. Beliefs, Attitudes, And Values. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1968. Web.