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Seligman, Clive, D. Hall, and J. E Finegan. Predicting Home Energy Consumption: An Application Of The Fishbein-Ajzen Model. Advances In Consumer Research: 10. Ed. R. Bagozzi & Tybout, A. 1983. 647-651. Web. Advances In Consumer Research: 10.
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.
Seligman, Clive, and Bruce R. Hutton. Evaluating Energy Conservation Programs. Journal of Social Issues 37 (1981): 51-72. Web. Journal Of Social Issues.
Seligman, Clive, Lawrence J Becker, and J. M Darley. Encouraging Residential Energy Conservation Through Feedback. Advances In Environmental Psychology: 3. Ed. A. Baum & Singer, J. E. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1981. 93-113. Web. Advances In Environmental Psychology: 3.
Seaver, W. B, and A. H Patterson. Decreasing Fuel-Oil Consumption Through Feedback And Social Commendation. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (1976): 147-152. Web. Journal Of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Scott, A. The Economics Of House Heating. Energy Economics (1980): 130-141. Web. Energy Economics.
Scott, D., and F. K Willits. Environmental Attitudes And Behavior: A Pennsylvania Survey. Environment and Behavior 26 (1994): 239-. Web. Environment And Behavior.
Schwartz, S. H. Are There Universal Aspects In The Structure And Contents Of Human Values?. Journal of Social Issues 50 (1994): 19-. Web. Journal Of Social Issues.
Schwartz, S. H. Normative Influences On Altruism. Advances In Experimental Social Psychology. Ed. L. Berkowitz. Vol. 10. New York: Academic, 1977. 221-279. Web. Advances In Experimental Social Psychology.
Schwartz, B. The Paradox Of Choice: Why More Is Less. New York: Harper Collins, 2004. Web.
Schwartz, S. H. Normative Explanations Of Helping Behavior: A Critique, Proposal And Empirical Test. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 9 (1973): 349-364. Web. Journal Of Experimental 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.
P. Schultz, Wesley. Knowledge, Information, And Household Recycling: Examining The Knowledge-Deficit Model Of Behavior Change. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures. Ed. Thomas M Dietz & Stern, Paul C. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 2002. 67-82. Web. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures.
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.
P. Schultz, Wesley, Stuart Oskamp, and T. Mainieri. Who Recycles And When? A Review Of Personal And Situational Factors. Journal of Environmental Psychology 15 (1995): 105-. Web. Journal Of Environmental Psychology.
P. Schultz, Wesley. Changing Behavior With Normative Feedback Interventions: A Field Experiment Of Curbside Recycling. Basic Applied Social Psychology (1999): 21-. Web. Basic 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.

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