J.W. Bolderdijk
J.W. Bolderdijk
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An integrated framework for encouraging pro-environmental behaviour: The role of values, situational factors and goals
L Steg, JW Bolderdijk, K Keizer, G Perlaviciute
Journal of Environmental psychology 38, 104-115, 2014
Comparing the effectiveness of monetary versus moral motives in environmental campaigning
JW Bolderdijk, L Steg, ES Geller, PK Lehman, T Postmes
Nature climate change 3 (4), 413-416, 2013
The adoption of sustainable innovations: Driven by symbolic and environmental motives
EH Noppers, K Keizer, JW Bolderdijk, L Steg
Global Environmental Change 25, 52-62, 2014
Explaining the paradox: how pro-environmental behaviour can both thwart and foster well-being
LA Venhoeven, JW Bolderdijk, L Steg
Sustainability 5 (4), 1372-1386, 2013
Effects of Pay-As-You-Drive vehicle insurance on young drivers’ speed choice: Results of a Dutch field experiment
JW Bolderdijk, J Knockaert, EM Steg, ET Verhoef
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (3), 1181-1186, 2011
Values determine the (in) effectiveness of informational interventions in promoting pro-environmental behavior
JW Bolderdijk, M Gorsira, K Keizer, L Steg
PloS one 8 (12), e83911, 2013
Acting green elicits a literal warm glow
D Taufik, JW Bolderdijk, L Steg
Nature Climate Change 5 (1), 37-40, 2015
An exploratory study into the effects of extraordinary nature on emotions, mood, and prosociality
Y Joye, JW Bolderdijk
Frontiers in psychology 5, 119285, 2015
Everyday risk taking as a function of regulatory focus
MRW Hamstra, JW Bolderdijk, JL Veldstra
Journal of research in personality 45 (1), 134-137, 2011
Making small numbers count: environmental and financial feedback in promoting eco-driving behaviours
E Dogan, JW Bolderdijk, L Steg
Journal of Consumer Policy 37, 413-422, 2014
Why acting environmentally-friendly feels good: Exploring the role of self-image
LA Venhoeven, JW Bolderdijk, L Steg
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 207070, 2016
‘Distancers’ and ‘non‐distancers’? The potential social psychological impact of moralizing COVID‐19 mitigating practices on sustained behaviour change
AMB Prosser, M Judge, JW Bolderdijk, L Blackwood, T Kurz
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (3), 653-662, 2020
Individual differences in values determine the relative persuasiveness of biospheric, economic and combined appeals
K van den Broek, JW Bolderdijk, L Steg
Journal of Environmental Psychology 53, 145-156, 2017
Promoting sustainable consumption: The risks of using financial incentives
JW Bolderdijk, L Steg
Handbook of research on sustainable consumption, 328-342, 2015
Why going green feels good
LA Venhoeven, JW Bolderdijk, L Steg
Journal of Environmental Psychology 71, 101492, 2020
Going green? The relative importance of feelings over calculation in driving environmental intent in the Netherlands and the United States
D Taufik, JW Bolderdijk, L Steg
Energy Research & Social Science 22, 52-62, 2016
Fostering support for work floor energy conservation policies: Accounting for privacy concerns
JW Bolderdijk, L Steg, T Postmes
Journal of Organizational Behavior 34 (2), 195-210, 2013
Promoting pro-environmental behavior with rewards and penalties
JW Bolderdijk, PK Lehman, ES Geller
Environmental psychology: An introduction, 233-242, 2012
Factors that influence consumers’ acceptance of future energy systems: the effects of adjustment type, production level, and price
FRM Leijten, JW Bolderdijk, K Keizer, M Gorsira, E Van der Werff, L Steg
Energy Efficiency 7, 973-985, 2014
Minority influence in climate change mitigation
JW Bolderdijk, L Jans
Current Opinion in Psychology 42, 25-30, 2021
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