Wesley Schultz
Wesley Schultz
Professor, California State University
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The constructive, destructive, and reconstructive power of social norms
PW Schultz, JM Nolan, RB Cialdini, NJ Goldstein, V Griskevicius
Psychological science 18 (5), 429-434, 2007
Attitudes and opinions
S Oskamp, PW Schultz
Psychology Press, 2005
Normative social influence is underdetected
JM Nolan, PW Schultz, RB Cialdini, NJ Goldstein, V Griskevicius
Personality and social psychology bulletin 34 (7), 913-923, 2008
The structure of environmental concern: Concern for self, other people, and the biosphere
PW Schultz
Journal of environmental psychology 21 (4), 327-339, 2001
Values as predictors of environmental attitudes: Evidence for consistency across 14 countries
PW Schultz, L Zelezny
Journal of environmental psychology 19 (3), 255-265, 1999
Empathizing with nature: The effects of perspective taking on concern for environmental issues
P Schultz
Journal of Social Issues, 2000
Implicit connections with nature
PW Schultz, C Shriver, JJ Tabanico, AM Khazian
Journal of environmental psychology 24 (1), 31-42, 2004
Values and their relationship to environmental concern and conservation behavior
PW Schultz, VV Gouveia, LD Cameron, G Tankha, P Schmuck, M Franěk
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 36 (4), 457-475, 2005
Inclusion with nature: The psychology of human-nature relations
PW Schultz
Psychology of sustainable development, 61-78, 2002
Who recycles and when? A review of personal and situational factors
PW Schultz, S Oskamp, T Mainieri
Journal of environmental psychology 15 (2), 105-121, 1995
Changing behavior with normative feedback interventions: A field experiment on curbside recycling
PW Schultz
Basic and applied social psychology 21 (1), 25-36, 1999
Values and proenvironmental behavior: A five-country survey
PW Schultz, LC Zelezny
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 29 (4), 540-558, 1998
Wesley, Jessica M. Nolan, Robert B. Cialdini, Noah J. Goldstein, and Vladas Griskevicius. 2007.“The Constructive, Destructive, and Reconstructive Power of Social Norms.”
P Schultz
Psychological science 18 (5), 429-34, 0
Conservation means behavior
PW Schultz
Conservation biology 25 (6), 1080-1083, 2011
Effort as a moderator of the attitude-behavior relationship: General environmental concern and recycling
PW Schultz, S Oskamp
Social psychology quarterly, 375-383, 1996
Using normative social influence to promote conservation among hotel guests
WP Schultz, AM Khazian, AC Zaleski
Social influence 3 (1), 4-23, 2008
Knowledge, information, and household recycling: Examining the knowledge-deficit model of behavior change
PW Schultz
New tools for environmental protection: Education, information, and …, 2002
Promoting connectedness with nature through environmental education
AK Liefländer, G Fröhlich, FX Bogner, PW Schultz
Environmental education research 19 (3), 370-384, 2013
Self, Identity, and the Natural Environment: Exploring Implicit Connections With Nature1
PW Schultz, J Tabanico
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 37 (6), 1219-1247, 2007
A multinational perspective on the relation between Judeo-Christian religious beliefs and attitudes of environmental concern
PW Schultz, L Zelezny, NJ Dalrymple
Environment and Behavior 32 (4), 576-591, 2000
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