Helen Fischer
Helen Fischer
Leibniz Institut für Wissensmedien, Tübingen
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The 2018 report of the Lancet Countdown on health and climate change: shaping the health of nations for centuries to come
N Watts, M Amann, N Arnell, S Ayeb-Karlsson, K Belesova, H Berry, ...
The Lancet 392 (10163), 2479-2514, 2018
It starts at home? Climate policies targeting household consumption and behavioral decisions are key to low-carbon futures
G Dubois, B Sovacool, C Aall, M Nilsson, C Barbier, A Herrmann, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 52, 144-158, 2019
Human health as a motivator for climate change mitigation: results from four European high-income countries
D Amelung, H Fischer, A Herrmann, C Aall, VR Louis, H Becher, ...
Global Environmental Change 57, 101918, 2019
The accuracy of German citizens’ confidence in their climate change knowledge
H Fischer, D Amelung, N Said
Nature Climate Change 9 (10), 776-780, 2019
Making sense of dynamic systems: how our understanding of stocks and flows depends on a global perspective
H Fischer, C Gonzalez
Cognitive science 40 (2), 496-512, 2016
Climate change and human health: what are the research trends? A scoping review protocol
N Herlihy, A Bar-Hen, G Verner, H Fischer, R Sauerborn, A Depoux, ...
BMJ open 6 (12), e012022, 2016
Importance of domain-specific metacognition for explaining beliefs about politicized science: The case of climate change
H Fischer, N Said
Cognition 208, 104545, 2021
Household preferences for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in four European high-income countries: Does health information matter? A mixed-methods study protocol
A Herrmann, H Fischer, D Amelung, D Litvine, C Aall, C Andersson, ...
BMC Public Health 18 (1), 1-12, 2018
Polarized climate change beliefs: No evidence for science literacy driving motivated reasoning in a US national study.
H Fischer, M Huff, N Said
American Psychologist, 2022
Defogging climate change communication: how cognitive research can promote effective climate communication
D Amelung, H Fischer, L Kruse, R Sauerborn
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1340, 2016
Contested science: Individuals with higher metacognitive insight into interpretation of evidence are less likely to polarize
N Said, H Fischer, G Anders
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-13, 2021
When IPCC graphs can foster or bias understanding: evidence among decision-makers from governmental and non-governmental institutions
H Fischer, KL van den Broek, K Ramisch, Y Okan
Environmental Research Letters 15 (11), 114041, 2020
Introducing M‐Tool: A standardised and inclusive mental model mapping tool
KL van den Broek, SA Klein, J Luomba, H Fischer
System Dynamics Review 37 (4), 353-362, 2021
Improving stock-flow reasoning with verbal formats
H Fischer, C Degen, J Funke
Simulation & Gaming 46 (3-4), 255-269, 2015
Content and complexity of stakeholders’ mental models of socio-ecological systems
KL van den Broek, J Luomba, J van den Broek, H Fischer
Journal of Environmental Psychology 85, 101906, 2023
Evaluating the application of the mental model mapping tool (M-Tool)
KL van den Broek, J Luomba, J van den Broek, H Fischer
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 761882, 2021
When high working memory capacity is and is not beneficial for predicting nonlinear processes
H Fischer, DV Holt
Memory & cognition 45, 404-412, 2017
System structure and cognitive ability as predictors of performance in dynamic system control tasks
J Hundertmark, DV Holt, A Fischer, N Said, H Fischer
Journal of Dynamic Decision Making 1, 5-5, 2015
How Well Do COP22 Attendees Understand Graphs on Climate Change Health Impacts from the Fifth IPCC Assessment Report?
H Fischer, S Schütte, A Depoux, D Amelung, R Sauerborn
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (5), 875, 2018
Explaining climate policies’ popularity—an empirical study in four European countries
F Bothner, F Dorner, A Herrmann, H Fischer, R Sauerborn
Environmental Science & Policy 92, 34-45, 2019
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