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Vayda, A. P. Actions And Consequences As Objects Of Explanation In Human Ecology. Human Ecology: Research And Applications. Ed. R. J Borden, Jacobs, J., & Young, G. L. College Park, MD: Society for Human Ecology, 1988. 9-18. Web. Human Ecology: Research And Applications.
Payne, J. W, J. R Bettman, and E. J Johnson. The Adaptive Decision Maker. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Web.
Ozaki, Ritsuko. Adopting Sustainable Innovation: What Makes Consumers Sign Up To Green Electricity?. Business Strategy and the Environment 20 (2011): 1-17. Web. Business Strategy And The Environment.
Camerer, C., G. Loewenstein, and M. Rabin. Advances In Behavioral Economics. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2004. Web.
Tversky, A., and D. Kahneman. Advances In Prospect Theory: Cumulative Representation Of Uncertainty. Journal Risk Uncertainty (1992): 5-. Web. Journal Risk Uncertainty.
Green, J. et al. Advice Into Action. 1998. Web.
Finucane, M. L et al. The Affect Heuristic In Judgments Of Risks And Benefits. Journal of Behavior and Decision Making (2000): 13-. Web. Journal Of Behavior And Decision Making.
Herendeen, R. A. Affluence And Energy Demand. Mechanical Engineering (1974): 18-22. Web. Mechanical Engineering.
Jacobsen, Grant. The Al Gore Effect: An Inconvenient Truth And Voluntary Carbon Offsets. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 61 (2011): 67-78. Web. Journal Of Environmental Economics And Management.
Aronson, E., and M. H Gonzales. Alternative Social Influence Processes Applied To Energy Conservation. Social Influences: Processes And Prevention. Ed. J. Edwards et al. New York: Plenum, 1990. 301-325. Print. Social Influences: Processes And Prevention.
Gilbert, D., and J. A Kahl. The American Class Structure. Chicago: Dorsey, 1987. Web.
Newman, D. K, and D. Day. The American Energy Consumer. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger, 1975. Web.
Jamieson, Dale. An American Paradox. Climatic Change 77 (2006): 97-102. Web. Climatic Change.

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