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Stern, Paul C. What Psychology Knows About Energy Conservation. American Psychology 47 (1992): 1224-1232. Web. American Psychology.
Hewitt, D., and D. Palermini. What Motivates Multi-Family Property Owners?. Home Energy (1989): 11-14. Web. Home Energy.
Becker, Lawrence J, and Clive Seligman. Welcome To The Energy Crisis. Journal of Social Issues 37 (1981): 1-30. Web. Journal Of Social Issues.
Leonard-Barton, D. Voluntary Simplicity Lifestyles And Energy Conservation. Journal of Consumer Research 8 (1981): 243-252. Web. Journal Of Consumer Research.
Walker, J. M. Voluntary Response To Energy Conservation Appeals. Journal of Consumer Research 7 (1980): 88-92. Web. Journal Of Consumer Research.
Cluett, C., and M. E Olsen. Voluntary Energy Conservation Through Neighborhood Programs: Design And Evaluation. Energy Systems and Policy (1982): 161-192. Web. Energy Systems And Policy.
Palm, Jenny, and Kajsa Ellegrd. Visualizing Energy Consumption Activities As A Tool For Developing Effective Policy. International Journal of Consumer Studies 35 (2011): 171-179. Web. International Journal Of Consumer Studies.
Risen, Jane L, and Clayton R Critcher. Visceral Fit: While In A Visceral State, Associated States Of The World Seem More Likely. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 100 (2011): 777-793. Web. Journal Of Personality And Social Psychology.
Gregory, R., S. Lichtenstein, and P. Slovic. Valuing Environmental Resources: A Constructive Approach. Journal of Risk Uncertainty (1993): 7-. Web. Journal Of Risk Uncertainty.
Stern, Paul C et al. Values, Beliefs, And Proenvironmental Attitude Formation Toward Emergent Attitude Objects. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 25 (1995): 1611-. Web. Journal Of Applied Social Psychology.
P. Schultz, Wesley, and Lynnette C Zelezny. Values As Predictors Of Environmental Attitudes: Evidence For Consistency Across Cultures. Journal of Environmental Psychology 19 (1999): 255-. Web. Journal Of Environmental Psychology.
Karp, D. G. Values And Their Effect On Pro-Environmental Behavior. Environment and Behavior 28 (1996): 111-133. Web. Environment And Behavior.
P. Schultz, Wesley, and Lynnette C Zelezny. Values And Proenvironmental Behavior: A Five-Country Survey. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 29 (1998): 540-. Web. Journal Of Cross-Cultural Psychology.
Stern, Paul C et al. A Value-Belief-Norm Theory Of Support For Social Movements: The Case Of Environmental Concern. Human Ecological Review 6 (1999): 81-. Web. Human Ecological Review.
Stern, Paul C, and Thomas M Dietz. The Value Basis Of Environmental Concern. Journal of Social Issues,50(3) (1994): 65-. Web. Journal Of Social Issues,50(3).
Gonzales, M. H, E. Aronson, and M. A Costanzo. Using Social Cognition And Persuasion To Promote Energy Conservation: A Quasi-Experiment. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 18 (1988): 1049-1066. Web. Journal Of Applied Social Psychology.
Midden, Cees JH et al. Using Feedback, Reinforcement Information To Reduce Energy Consumption In Households. Journal of Economic Psychology (1983): 65-86. Web. Journal Of Economic Psychology.
Kushler, M. G. Use Of Evaluation To Improve Energy Conservation Programs: A Review And Case Study. Journal of Social Issues 45 (1989): 153-168. Web. Journal Of Social Issues.
Karns, D. A, and I. P Khera. Us Consumer Attitudes And Home-Heating Conservation Behavior: A Multiattribute Longitudinal Model. Journal of Economic Psychology 4 (1983): 57-70. Web. Journal Of Economic Psychology.

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