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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.
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.
Kollmuss, A., and M. Agyeman. Mind The Gap: Why Do People Act Environmentally, And What Are The Barriers To Proenvironmental Behavior. Environment Education and Resources (2002): 3-. Web. Environment Education And Resources.
Kohno, R. Energy Attitudes And Behaviors: A Cultural Comparison Of Japanese And American Families In The United States. Families And Energy: Coping With Uncertainty. Ed. B. M Morrison & Kempton, Willett. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, 1984. 423-436. Web. Families And Energy: Coping With Uncertainty.
Knutson, B. J. Lifestyle: Its Definition And Operational Use In Energy-Behavior Research. Families And Energy: Coping With Uncertainty. Ed. B. M Morrison & Kempton, Willett. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, 1984. 505-518. Web. Families And Energy: Coping With Uncertainty.
Kempton, Willett. Lay Perspectives On Global Climate Change. Global Environmental Change (1991): 183-208. Web. Global Environmental Change.
Kempton, Willett et al. Do Consumers Know What Works In Energy Conservation?. What Works: Documenting Energy Conservation In Buildings. Ed. Jeffrey Harris & Blumstein, Carl. Washington, D.C.: American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 1984. 429-438. Web. What Works: Documenting Energy Conservation In Buildings.
Kempton, Willett. Social Science Research Recommendations. Washington, DC: Buildings Energy Efficiency Program Review, Committee Draft Report Memorandum, 1992. Web.
Kempton, Willett, and L. Montgomery. Folk Quantification Of Energy. Energy 7 (1982): 817-827. Web. Energy.
Kempton, Willett. Two Theories For Home Heat Control. Cognitive Science (1986): 75-90. Web. Cognitive Science.
Kempton, Willett, and M. Neiman. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives In Individual Behavior. Washington, D.C.: American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 1987. Web.

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