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Sara M. Constantino
Sara M. Constantino
Northeastern University, Princeton University
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Learning the opportunity cost of time in a patch-foraging task
SM Constantino, ND Daw
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 15, 837-853, 2015
2132015
Scaling up change: a critical review and practical guide to harnessing social norms for climate action
SM Constantino, G Sparkman, GT Kraft-Todd, C Bicchieri, D Centola, ...
Psychological Science in the Public Interest 23 (2), 50-97, 2022
1012022
Chronic and acute stress promote overexploitation in serial decision making
JK Lenow, SM Constantino, ND Daw, EA Phelps
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (23), 5681-5689, 2017
972017
Cognition and behavior in context: a framework and theories to explain natural resource use decisions in social-ecological systems
SM Constantino, M Schlüter, EU Weber, N Wijermans
Sustainability Science 16 (5), 1651-1671, 2021
552021
Examining evidence for the finite pool of worry and finite pool of attention hypotheses
MR Sisco, SM Constantino, Y Gao, M Tavoni, AD Cooperman, V Bosetti, ...
Global Environmental Change 78, 102622, 2023
42*2023
Decision-making under the deep uncertainty of climate change: The psychological and political agency of narratives
SM Constantino, EU Weber
Current opinion in psychology 42, 151-159, 2021
422021
Governing sustainable transformations of urban social-ecological-technological systems
EH Krueger, SM Constantino, MA Centeno, T Elmqvist, EU Weber, ...
Npj Urban Sustainability 2 (1), 10, 2022
312022
A neural mechanism for the opportunity cost of time. bioRxiv 173443
SM Constantino, J Dalrymple, RW Gilbert, S Varanese, A Di Rocco, ...
312017
Group identities can undermine social tipping after intervention
S Ehret, SM Constantino, E Weber, C Efferson, S Vogt
Nature Human Behaviour, 2022
302022
Segregation and clustering of preferences erode socially beneficial coordination
VV Vasconcelos, SM Constantino, A Dannenberg, M Lumkowsky, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (50), 2021
282021
The global tipping points report 2023
TM Lenton, DIA Mckay, S Loriani, JF Abrams, SJ Lade, JF Donges, ...
University of Exeter, 2023
262023
Understanding the coevolution of mask wearing and epidemics: A network perspective
Z Qiu, B Espinoza, V Vasconcelos, C Chen, SM Constantino, S Crabtree, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (26), 2022
222022
The source is the message: the impact of institutional signals on climate change–related norm perceptions and behaviors
SM Constantino, S Pianta, A Rinscheid, R Frey, EU Weber
Climatic Change 166 (3), 35, 2021
212021
Addressing climate change with behavioral science: A global intervention tournament in 63 countries
M Vlasceanu, KC Doell, JB Bak-Coleman, B Todorova, ...
Science advances 10 (6), eadj5778, 2024
202024
A neural mechanism for the opportunity cost of time
SM Constantino, J Dalrymple, RW Gilbert, S Varanese, A Di Rocco, ...
BioRxiv, 173443, 2017
192017
Sociocultural determinants of global mask-wearing behavior
L Yang, SM Constantino, BT Grenfell, EU Weber, SA Levin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (41), e2213525119, 2022
172022
The effect of self-focus on personal and social foraging behaviour
G Zacharopoulos, A Shenhav, S Constantino, GR Maio, DEJ Linden
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 13 (9), 967-975, 2018
162018
Voting in a global pandemic: Assessing dueling influences of Covid-19 on turnout
SM Constantino, AD Cooperman, TMQ Moreira
Social Science Quarterly, 2021
152021
Personal hardship narrows the partisan gap in COVID-19 and climate change responses
SM Constantino, AD Cooperman, RO Keohane, EU Weber
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (46), e2120653119, 2022
132022
Predictors and consequences of pro-environmental behavior at work
JW Composto, SM Constantino, EU Weber
Current Research in Ecological and Social Psychology 4, 100107, 2023
112023
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