Katarzyna Byrka
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Reviving Campbell’s paradigm for attitude research
FG Kaiser, K Byrka, T Hartig
Personality and Social Psychology Review 14 (4), 351-367, 2010
Environmentalism as a trait: Gauging people's prosocial personality in terms of environmental engagement
FG Kaiser, K Byrka
International Journal of Psychology 46 (1), 71-79, 2011
Attitude-behavior consistency: Campbell's paradigm in environmental and health domains
K Byrka
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, 2009
The Campbell paradigm as a conceptual alternative to the expectation of hypocrisy in contemporary attitude research
FG Kaiser, K Byrka
The Journal of social psychology 155 (1), 12-29, 2015
Environmental attitude as a mediator of the relationship between psychological restoration in nature and self-reported ecological behavior
K Byrka, T Hartig, FG Kaiser
Psychological Reports 107 (3), 847-859, 2010
Difficulty is critical: The importance of social factors in modeling diffusion of green products and practices
K Byrka, A Jȩdrzejewski, K Sznajd-Weron, R Weron
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 62, 723-735, 2016
Understanding the acceptance of nature-preservation-related restrictions as the result of the compensatory effects of environmental attitude and behavioral costs
K Byrka, FG Kaiser, J Olko
Environment and Behavior 49 (5), 487-508, 2017
Health performance of individuals within the Campbell paradigm
K Byrka, FG Kaiser
International journal of psychology 48 (5), 986-999, 2013
Restorative qualities of and preference for natural and urban soundscapes
P Krzywicka, K Byrka
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1705, 2017
Determinants of the willingness to energy monitoring by residential consumers: A case study in the city of Wroclaw in Poland
A Kowalska-Pyzalska, K Byrka
Energies 12 (5), 907, 2019
Too humanlike to increase my appetite: Disposition to anthropomorphize animals relates to decreased meat consumption through empathic concern
A Niemyjska, K Cantarero, K Byrka, M Bilewicz
Appetite 127, 21-27, 2018
Can recycling compensate for speeding on highways? Similarity and difficulty of behaviors as key characteristics of green compensatory beliefs
K Byrka, K Kaminska
Polish Psychological Bulletin 46 (3), 477-487, 2015
Conformity in numbers—Does criticality in social responses exist?
P Nyczka, K Byrka, PR Nail, K Sznajd-Weron
PloS one 13 (12), e0209620, 2018
Positive effects of dancing in natural versus indoor settings: The mediating role of engagement in physical activity
K Byrka, N Ryczko
Journal of Environmental Psychology 57, 25-33, 2018
Łańcuchowe zmiany zachowań w kontekście ochrony środowiska i promocji zdrowia
K Byrka
PWN, 2015
Attitudes as behavioral dispositions: Consolidation of Campbell’s paradigm for attitude research
FG Kaiser, K Byrka, T Hartig
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2008
Attitudes, behavior, democracy, and dialogue
K Byrka, T Grzyb, D Doliński
Democracy in dialogue, dialogue in democracy, 139-157, 2016
Methodological, Theoretical and Applied Advances in Behavioural Spillover
CR Jones, LE Whitmarsh, K Byrka, S Capstick, AR Carrico, MM Galizzi, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 2701, 2019
Supplementary materials to “Saying good and bad things behind someone’s back or to their face: Perceived source selflessness and trust in information matter when the …
K Cantarero, K Byrka, WAP Tilburg, A Komorowska
PsychOpen, 2019
The opportunities item response theory (IRT) offers to health psychologists: Methods in Health Psychology Symposium IV
AL Dima, C Gibbons, M Kleppe, K Byrka, M De Bruin, M Johnston
European Health Psychologist, 2014
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