Energy Conservation Campaign
Terri Buckner June 02, 2006 04:08 PM
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Communications about Environmental Risks and Risk-Reducing Behavior: The Impact of Fear on Information Processing
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Self-Perception Based Strategies for Stimulating Energy Conservation
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Reducing Household Energy Consumption: A Qualitative and Quantitative Field Study
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The Baby is Sick/the Baby is Well: A Test of Environmental Communication Appeals. Special Issue: Green Advertising
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Using Social Cognition and Persuasion to Promote Energy Conservation: A Quasi-Experiment
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Energy Conservation Behavior: The Difficult Path from Information to Action
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Household Income, Electricity Use, and Rate-Structure Preferences
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A Dirty Word or a Dirty World? Attribute Framing, Political Affiliation, and Query Theory
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