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The effects of support for free-market ideology and environmental apathy were investigated to identify some bases for not believing in global climate change. A survey of community residents' ( N = 185) beliefs about global climate change also assessed ecocentrism, anthropocentrism, perceived...
Some of the world's most profound environmental changes are under way in China. Studying the underlying forces of environment-related behaviors at all levels in China is therefore extraordinarily important. This essay helps people outside China increase their understanding of these variables by...
A three-group designwas used to evaluate the effects of immediate and delayed verbal prompts on seat belt use versus a no-prompt control condition. Participants in this study were drivers who used valet parking services at a hotel. In the immediate-prompt condition, participants were prompted to...
This study examines similarities and differences in environmental values and attitudes between two cultural groups—Chinese in Canada and Anglo-Canadians. The results indicate that Chinese are more supportive of social-altruistic values than are Anglo-Canadians. However, the two groups are not...
This article compares self-reported and objectively measured physical features in a large-scale environment. Environmental perception has been studied through object perception research but little is known about perception in full-scale environments. Also, few studies examine differences between...
Alternative patterns of residential development, going by names such as cluster housing and conservation subdivisions , opt to preserve large areas of shared outdoor space by increasing housing density on portions of the parcel. These alternative approaches arguably help preserve environmental...
This article examines which policy features affect the perceived effectiveness and acceptability of pricing policies aimed to reduce CO2 emissions. A survey study was conducted among 112 Dutch respondents in 2003. As hypothesized, incentives and policies targeting efficiency behavior were...
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