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Effecting Durable Change: A Team Approach to Improve Environmental Behavior in the Household

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Staats, H., Harland, P., & Wilke, H. (2004). Effecting Durable Change: A Team Approach to Improve Environmental Behavior in the Household. Environment and Behavior, 36(3), 341-367.
Interventions for voluntary proenvironmental behavior change usually target a limited number of behaviors and have difficulties in achieving durable change. The EcoTeam Program (E…

Successfully Changing Individual Travel Behavior: Applying Community-Based Social Marketing to Travel Choice

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Cooper, C. (2007). Successfully changing individual travel behavior: Applying community-based social marketing to travel choice. Transportation Research Record, (2021), pp. 88-99.
This paper demonstrates that community-based social marketing techniques can be successfully used to affect people's transportation awareness and behavior, as deployed in Washingt…

Television Feedback Used to Modify Gasoline Consumption

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Rothstein, R. N. (1980). Television feedback used to modify gasoline consumption. Behavior Therapy, 11, 5, 683-688.
Provided feedback on the amount of gasoline consumed daily to a mass audience in West Texas via a nightly news television program. The amount of gasoline consumed was reported b…

An Analysis of Public Posting in Reducing Speeding Behavior on an Urban Highway

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Van Houten, R., Nau, P. A. & Marini, Z. (1980). An analysis of public posting in reducing speeding behavior on an urban highway. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 13, 3, 383-395.
Using a reversal design, the percentage of drivers speeding on an urban highway was measured with a concealed radar unit (baseline condition). During the daily posting condition…

Energy Conservation and Feedback Metering for the Automobile: Ideal Requirements

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Weber, R. J. (1980). Energy conservation and feedback metering for the automobile: Ideal requirements. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 16, 4, 301-302.
To conserve gasoline, it is desirable to have feedback on fuel consumed as a function of driving and maintenance conditions. Requirements for an ideal feedback metering system inc…

Psychological resistance against attempts to reduce private car use

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Tertoolen G., van Kreveld D. & Verstraten B. (1998). Psychological resistance against attempts to reduce private car use. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 32 (3), 171-181.
The aim of the research was to investigate the effects of information, feedback and commitment on car use and attitudes related to car use. In a field experiment (N = 350) users o…

Modification of Driving Behavior in a Large Transport Organization: A Field Experiment

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Siero, S., Boon, M., Kok, G., & Siero, F. Modification of driving behavior in a large transport organization: A field experiment. Vol. 74. 1989. 417-423.
To change the driving behavior of mail-van drivers so as to encourage energy saving, a program was developed and implemented in the Netherlands Postal and Telecommunications Servi…

Shifting to Sustainable Modes of Transportation in Boulder Colorado Using Incentives, Norms, Communication and Feedback

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Evaluation has revealed an increase in pedestrian trips by 3.5%, in bicycle trips by 2.2% and in transit trips by 1.7% Between 1990 and 1994, there was a 6% modal shift from sing…

Television Feedback used to Modify Gasoline Consumption

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Rothstein, Robert, N. Television Feedback Used to Modify Gasoline, Consumption, Behavior Therapy, 11, 683-688, 1980.,
During the first three weeks of the experiment, gasoline consumption decreased by 24.8, 27.2 and 37.6%. When the graph was taken off the air for a two-week period, consumption sti…

Eliciting Energy Efficient Driving Styles with the Use of Feedback from Postal Workers in the Netherlands

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Siero, S., Boon, M., Kok, G., & Siero, F. (1989). Modification of driving behavior in a large transport organization: A field
The intervention combining information and feedback elicited 7.3% energy savings compared to the control condition. Moreover, six months later, 5.5% savings was measured.

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