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Lutzenhiser, Loren et al. Behavioral Assumptions In Energy Efficiency Potential Studies. California Institute for Energy and Environment, California Public Utilities Commission, 2009. Web.
Stern, Paul C. Blind Spots In Policy Analysis: What Economics Doesn't Say About Energy Use. Journal Policy Analysis and Management 5 (1986): 200-227. Web. Journal Policy Analysis And Management.
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Stern, Paul C. Changing Behavior In Households And Communities: What Have We Learned?. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures. Ed. Thomas M Dietz & Stern, Paul C. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 2002. 201-211. Web. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures.
Stern, Paul C. Changing Behavior In Households And Communities: What Have We Learned?. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures. Ed. Thomas M Dietz & Stern, Paul C. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 2002. 201-211. Web. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures.
Stern, Paul C. Contributions Of Psychology To Limiting Climate Change. American Psychologist 66 (2011): 303-314. Web. American Psychologist.
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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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Stern, Paul C, and Stuart Oskamp. Managing Scarce Environmental Resources. Handbook Of Environmental Psychology. Ed. D. Stokols & Altman, I. New York: Wiley, 1987. 1043-1088. Web. Handbook Of Environmental Psychology.
Lutzenhiser, Loren. Marketing Household Energy Conservation: The Message And The Reality. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures. Ed. Thomas M Dietz & Stern, Paul C. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, Submitted. Web. New Tools For Environmental Protection: Education, Information, And Voluntary Measures.
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Black, J. S, Paul C Stern, and J. T Elworth. Personal And Contextual Influences On Household Energy Adaptations. Journal of Applied Psychology 70 (1985): 3-21. Web. Journal Of Applied Psychology.

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