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Stern, Paul C, and G. T Gardner. The Place Of Behavior Change In Managing Environmental Problems. Zeitschrift Fr Umweltpolitik 2 (1981): 213-. Web. Zeitschrift Fr Umweltpolitik.
Stern, Paul C et al. Improving Energy Demand Analysis. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1984. Web.
Stern, Paul C. Contributions Of Psychology To Limiting Climate Change. American Psychologist 66 (2011): 303-314. Web. American Psychologist.
Stern, Paul C, J. S Black, and J. T Elworth. Home Energy Conservation: Issues And Programs For The 1980S. Mount Vernon, NY: Consumers Union Foundation, 1981. Web.
Stern, Paul C et al. The Effectiveness Of Incentives For Residential Energy Conservation. Evaluation Review 10 (1986): 147-176. Web. Evaluation Review.
Stern, Paul C. Toward A Working Definition Of Consumption For Environmental Research And Policy. Environmentally Significant Consumption: Research Directions. Ed. Paul C Stern et al. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1997. 12-35. Web. Environmentally Significant Consumption: Research Directions.
Stern, Paul C. Toward A Coherent Theory Of Environmentally Significant Behavior. Journal of Social Issues 56 (2000): 523-530. Web. Journal Of Social Issues.
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).
Stern, Paul C. Changing Behavior In Households And Communities: What Have We Learned?. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures. Ed. Thomas M Dietz & Stern, Paul C. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 2002. 201-211. Web. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures.
Steg, L., and I. Sievers. Cultural Theory And Individual Perceptions Of Environmental Risks. Environment and Behavior 332 (2000): 250-. Web. Environment And Behavior.
Steg, Linda, and Charles Vlek. Simple And Painless? The Limitations Of Spillover In Environmental Campaigning. Journal of Consumer Policy 32 (2009): 141-163. Web. Journal Of Consumer Policy.
Steg, Linda. Normative Social Influence Is Underdetected. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (2008): 913-923. Web. Personality And Social Psychology Bulletin.
Starr, C., M. F Searl, and S. Alpert. Energy Sources: A Realistic Outlook. Science (1992): 981-987. Web. Science.
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.
Staats, H. J, E. Van Leeuwen, and A. Wit. A Longitudinal Study Of Informational Interventions To Save Energy In An Office Building. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 33 (2000): 101-104. Web. Journal Of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Spence, A et al. Public Perceptions Of Energy Choices: The Influence Of Beliefs About Climate Change And The Environment. Energy and Environment 21 (2010): 385-407. Web. Energy And Environment.
Spence, A, and N Pidgeon. Household Actions Can Provide A Behavioral Wedge To Rapidly Reduce Us Carbon Emissions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (2009): 18452-18456. Web. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences.
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.
Spaulding, I. A. Social Class And Household Water Consumption. Social Behavior, Natural Resources, And The Environment. Ed. N. C Burch & Taylor, L. New York: Harper and Row, 1972. Web. Social Behavior, Natural Resources, And The Environment.
Socolow, Robert H, and R. C Sonderegger. The Twin Rivers Program On Energy Conservation In Housing: Four Year Summary Report. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, Center for Energy and Evir. Studies, 1976. Web.
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.

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