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Sachs, W. Are Energy-Intensive Life-Images Fading? The Cultural Meaning Of The Automobile In Transition. Journal of Economic Psychology 3 (1983): 347-365. Web. Journal Of Economic Psychology.
Samuelson, C. D, and M. Biek. Attitudes Toward Energy Conservation: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 21 (1991): 549-568. Web. Journal Of Applied Social Psychology.
Schipper, L. Lifestyles And Energy: A New Perspective. Berkeley, CA: Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, 1991. Web.
Schipper, L., and A. Ketoff. Residential Energy Use In The Oecd. The Energy Journal (1985): 65-85. Web. The Energy Journal.
Schipper, L. et al. Linking Lifestyles And Energy Use: A Matter Of Time?. Annual Review of Energy 14 (1989): 273-318. Web. Annual Review Of Energy.
Schipper, L., A. Ketoff, and A. Kahane. Explaining Residential Energy Use By International Bottom-Up Comparisons. Annual Review of Energy (1985): 341-405. Web. Annual Review Of Energy.
Schipper, L. et al. Indicators Of Energy Use And Carbon Emissions: Explaining The Energy Economy Link. Annual Review of Energy and the Environment (2001): 26-. Web. Annual Review Of Energy And The Environment.
Schipper, L., and A. Ketoff. Home Energy Use In Nine Oecd Countries, 1960-1980. Energy Policy (1983): 131-147. Web. Energy Policy.
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.
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.

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