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Gilbert, D., and J. A Kahl. The American Class Structure. Chicago: Dorsey, 1987. Web.
Kelley, T. The Art Of Innovation. New York, NY: Currency Double Day, 2001. Web.
Kempton, Willett, and M. Neiman. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives In Individual Behavior. Washington, D.C.: American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 1987. Web.
Kelling, G., and C. M Coles. Fixing Broken Windows. NY, NY: Touchstone, 1996. Web.
Kagel, J. H, and A. E Roth. The Handbook Of Experimental Economics. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1995. Web.
Collins, N. E et al. Past Efforts And Future Directions For Evaluating State Energy Conservation Programs. ORNL-6113. Oak Ridge, TN: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1985. Web.
Kempton, Willett. Social Science Research Recommendations. Washington, DC: Buildings Energy Efficiency Program Review, Committee Draft Report Memorandum, 1992. Web.
Keeney, R. L. Value-Focused Thinking: A Path To Creative Decisionmaking. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1992. Web.
Book Chapter
Wilhelm, M. S, and D. Iams. Attitudes And Energy Conservation Behaviors Of Desert And Non-Desert Residents Of Arizona. Families And Energy: Coping With Uncertainty. Ed. B. M Morrison & Kempton, Willett. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, 1984. 405-414. Web. Families And Energy: Coping With Uncertainty.
Eagly, A. H, and P. Kulesa. Attitudes, Attitude Structure, And Resistance To Change. Environmental Ethics And Behavior. Ed. Max H Bazerman et al. San Francisco: New Lexington, 1997. 122-153. Web. Environmental Ethics And Behavior.
Hackett, B. M et al. Comparing The Methodologies Of Research On Household Consumption. What Works: Documenting The Results Of Energy Conservation In Buildings. Ed. Jeffrey Harris & Blumstein, Carl. Washington, DC: ACEEE Press, 1984. 439-444. Web. What Works: Documenting The Results Of Energy Conservation In Buildings.
Morrison, D. M. A Decade Of Residential Energy Research: Some New Directions And Some Speculations About The Future. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior. Ed. Willett Kempton & Neiman, M. Washington, DC: American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, 1987. 185-206. Web. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior.
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 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.
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.
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.
Archer, D. et al. Energy Conservation And Public Policy: The Mediation Of Individual Behavior. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior. Ed. Willett Kempton & Neiman, M. Washington, DC: American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 1987. 69-92. Web. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior.
Hackett, B. M. Energy Consumption And Energy Billing In Apartments. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behaviorenergy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior. Ed. Willett Kempton & Neiman, M. Washington, D.C.: American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, 1987. Web. Energy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behaviorenergy Efficiency: Perspectives On Individual Behavior.
Marganus, M., and S. Badenhop. Energy Expenditures And Family Well Being By Stage. Families And Energy: Coping With Uncertainty. Ed. B. M Morrison & Kempton, Willett. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, 1984. 391-404. Web. Families And Energy: Coping With Uncertainty.

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