Andreas Nilsson Hed
Andreas Nilsson Hed
Professor, Psychology, University of Gothenburg
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Personal and social factors that influence pro‐environmental concern and behaviour: A review
R Gifford, A Nilsson
International journal of psychology 49 (3), 141-157, 2014
Willingness to accept climate change strategies: The effect of values and norms
A Nilsson, C von Borgstede, A Biel
Journal of environmental psychology 24 (3), 267-277, 2004
Spillover effects in environmental behaviors, across time and context: a review and research agenda
A Nilsson, M Bergquist, WP Schultz
Environmental Education Research 23 (4), 573-589, 2017
Meta-analyses of fifteen determinants of public opinion about climate change taxes and laws
M Bergquist, A Nilsson, N Harring, SC Jagers
Nature Climate Change 12 (3), 235-240, 2022
Religious Values and Environmental Concern: Harmony and Detachment*
A Biel, A Nilsson
Social science quarterly 86 (1), 178-191, 2005
A meta-analysis of field-experiments using social norms to promote pro-environmental behaviors
M Bergquist, A Nilsson, WP Schultz
Global Environmental Change 59, 101941, 2019
Effects of continuous feedback on households’ electricity consumption: Potentials and barriers
A Nilsson, CJ Bergstad, L Thuvander, D Andersson, K Andersson, ...
Applied Energy 122, 17-23, 2014
On the preconditions for large-scale collective action
SC Jagers, N Harring, Å Löfgren, M Sjöstedt, F Alpizar, B Brülde, ...
Ambio 49, 1282-1296, 2020
Experiencing a severe weather event increases concern about climate change
M Bergquist, A Nilsson, PW Schultz
Frontiers in psychology 10, 220, 2019
Public acceptability towards environmental policy measures: Value-matching appeals
A Nilsson, A Hansla, JM Heiling, CJ Bergstad, J Martinsson
Environmental Science & Policy 61, 176-184, 2016
I saw the sign: Promoting energy conservation via normative prompts
M Bergquist, A Nilsson
Journal of Environmental Psychology 46, 23-31, 2016
Individual factors influencing acceptability for environmental policies: a review and research agenda
E Ejelöv, A Nilsson
Sustainability 12 (6), 2404, 2020
Exploring the relationship between values and pro-environmental behaviour: the influence of locus of control
AK Engqvist Jonsson, A Nilsson
Environmental Values 23 (3), 297-314, 2014
The willingness to pay–willingness to accept gap revisited: the role of emotions and moral satisfaction
A Biel, O Johansson-Stenman, A Nilsson
Journal of Economic Psychology 32 (6), 908-917, 2011
The road to acceptance: Attitude change before and after the implementation of a congestion tax
A Nilsson, G Schuitema, CJ Bergstad, J Martinsson, M Thorson
Journal of environmental psychology 46, 1-9, 2016
Energy behaviors at the office: an intervention study on the use of equipment
A Nilsson, K Andersson, CJ Bergstad
Applied energy 146, 434-441, 2015
How exposure to policy tools transforms the mechanisms behind public acceptability and acceptance—The case of the Gothenburg congestion tax
SC Jagers, S Matti, A Nilsson
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 11 (2), 109-119, 2017
Acceptance of climate change policy measures: Role framing and value guidance
A Nilsson, A Biel
European Environment 18 (4), 203-215, 2008
Regulating emotional responses to climate change–a construal level perspective
E Ejelöv, A Hansla, M Bergquist, A Nilsson
Frontiers in psychology 9, 629, 2018
The DOs and DON’Ts in social norms: A descriptive don’t‐norm increases conformity
M Bergquist, A Nilsson
Journal of Theoretical Social Psychology 3 (3), 158-166, 2019
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