Using Social Cognition and Persuasion to Promote Energy Conservation: A Quasi-Experiment
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Communication and the Adoption of Energy Conservation Measures by the Elderly
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Comparing the Effects of Monetary Incentives and Foot-in-the-Door Strategies in Promoting Residential Electricity Conservation
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A Social-Psychological Analysis of Residential Electricity Consumption: The Impact of Minimal Justification Techniques
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Folk Quantification of Energy
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Promoting Energy Conservation in University Dormitories by Physical, Policy and Resident Behavior Changes
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Behavioral Interventions in Resource Conservation: A System Approach Based on Behavioral Economics
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Effects of Television Modeling on Residential Energy Conservation
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Reducing Energy Consumption: The Long-Term Effects of a Single TV Program
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The Role of Interpersonal Communication Networks in the Diffusion of Energy Conserving Practices and Technologies
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