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Slovic, P. Perception Of Risk. Science 236 (1987): 280-285. Web. Science.
Slavin, R. E, J. S Wodarski, and B. L Blackburn. A Group Contingency For Electricity Conservation In Master Metered Apartments. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (1981): 357-363. Web. Journal Of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Skumatz, Lisa A, Sami M Khawaja, and Jane Colby. Process Evaluation Insights On Program Implementation. California Institute for Energy and Environment, California Public Utilities Commission, 2009. Web.
Singhal, Arvind et al. Entertainment-Education And Social Change: History, Research, And Practice. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence-Erlbaum Associates, 2004. Web.
Singh, N. Social Class And Energy Conservation Behavior: A Study Of A North Carolina Community. Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology (1982): 145-161. Web. Guru Nanak Journal Of Sociology.
Simonson, I. Get Closer To Your Customers By Understanding How They Make Choices. California Management Review (1993): 35-. Web. California Management Review.
Simon, H. A. Rational Choice And The Structure Of Environments. Psychology Review (1956): 63-. Web. Psychology Review.
Simon, H. A. Empirically Grounded Economic Reason. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997. Web.
Sidler, O., and P. Waide. Metering Matters!. Appliance Efficiency 4 (1999): 1999-. Web. Appliance Efficiency.
Shove, E. et al. Energy And Social Systems. Human Choice And Climate Change, Vol. 2: Resources And Technology. Ed. S. Rayner & Malone, E. L. Vol. 2. Columbus, OH: Battelle Press, 1998. 291-326. Web. Human Choice And Climate Change, Vol. 2: Resources And Technology.
Shetzer, L., R. W Stackman, and L. F Moore. Business-Environment Attitudes And The New Environmental Paradigm. Journal of Environmental Education 22 (1991): 14-. Web. Journal Of Environmental Education.
Shaheen, Susan, and Charlene Kemmerer. Promoting Household Energy Conservation. Energy Policy 36 (2008): 4449-4453. Web. Energy Policy.
Shaheen, Susan, Elliot Martin, and Timothy Lipman. Exploring Individual-Level Factors Related To Employee Energy-Conservation Behaviors At Work. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 38 (2008): 818-835. Web. Journal Of Applied Social Psychology.
Seligman, Clive, and J. M Darley. Feedback As A Means Of Decreasing Residential Energy Consumption. Journal of Applied Psychology 62 (1977): 363-368. Web. Journal Of Applied Psychology.
Seligman, Clive et al. Predicting Summer Energy Consumption From Homeowners' Attitudes. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 9 (1979): 70-90. Web. Journal Of Applied Social Psychology.