Environment and Behavior

(The median citation count of Environment and Behavior is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
“Reduce Food Waste, Save Money”: Testing a Novel Intervention to Reduce Household Food Waste52
Effects of Public Green Space on Acute Psychophysiological Stress Response: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Evidence43
The Role of Methodological Choices in the Effects of Experimental Exposure to Simulated Natural Landscapes on Human Health and Cognitive Performance: A Systematic Review41
The Effects of Environmental Sustainability Labels on Selection, Purchase, and Consumption of Food and Drink Products: A Systematic Review38
How are Neighborhood and Street-Level Walkability Factors Associated with Walking Behaviors? A Big Data Approach Using Street View Images35
Using Nature-Inspired Virtual Reality as a Distraction to Reduce Stress and Pain Among Cancer Patients29
Meditating for the Planet: Effects of a Mindfulness-Based Intervention on Sustainable Consumption Behaviors28
Perceived Green at Speed: A Simulated Driving Experiment Raises New Questions for Attention Restoration Theory and Stress Reduction Theory25
The Normative Route to a Sustainable Future: Examining Children’s Environmental Values, Identity and Personal Norms to Conserve Energy23
High-Status Pro-Environmental Behaviors: Costly, Effortful, and Visible20
Psychological Needs Satisfaction and Attachment to Natural Landscapes18
Are Children Actually Losing Contact with Nature, or Is It That Their Experiences Differ from Those of 120 years Ago?17
Systematic Review of Household Water Conservation Interventions Using the Information–Motivation–Behavioral Skills Model16
A Simulated Walk in Nature: Testing Predictions From the Attention Restoration Theory16
Towards a Place-based Measure of Fear of Crime: A Systematic Review of App-based and Crowdsourcing Approaches15
Policy and Environmental Predictors of Park Visits During the First Months of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Getting Out While Staying in14
Green Building, Green Behavior? An Analysis of Building Characteristics that Support Environmentally Responsible Behaviors14
Using the Health Belief Model to Explore the Impact of Environmental Empathy on Behavioral Intentions to Protect Ocean Health12
Nature Enhanced Meditation: Effects on Mindfulness, Connectedness to Nature, and Pro-Environmental Behavior11
Neighborhood Walkability and Crime: Does the Relationship Vary by Crime Type?11
Coping Strategies Regarding Coastal Flooding Risk in a Context of Climate Change in a French Caribbean Island11
Breaking Out of Open-Plan: Extending Social Interference Theory Through an Evaluation of Contemporary Offices11
“My Words Matter”: The Role of Adolescents in Changing Pro-environmental Habits in the Family10
“There’s a Bit of a Ripple-effect”: A Social Identity Perspective on the Role of Third-Places and Aging in Place10
No Evidence of Within-Domain Moral Licensing in the Environmental Domain10
Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic Nationwide Lockdown on Mental Health, Environmental Concern, and Prejudice Against Other Social Groups10
Using Animal Portraiture to Activate Emotional Affect10
Pathways from Built Environment to Health Care Costs: Linking Objectively Measured Built Environment with Physical Activity and Health Care Expenditures9
Crime Victimization, Place Attachment, and the Moderating Role of Neighborhood Social Ties and Neighboring Behavior9
The Effect of Weather on Crime in a Torrid Urban Zone8
Exposure to Awe-Evoking Natural and Built Scenes Has Positive Effects on Cognitive Performance and Affect8
Learning in Noisy Classrooms: Children’s Reports of Annoyance and Distraction from Noise are Associated with Individual Differences in Mind-Wandering and Switching skills7
Beyond Co-location: Visual Connections of Staff Workstations and Staff Communication in Primary Care Clinics7
Nature Contact in the Carceral Workplace: Greenspace and Staff Sickness Absence in Prisons in England and Wales7
Perceived Fit and User Behavior in Activity-Based Work Environments7
Understanding the Mechanisms of Activity-based Workspaces: A Case Study7
An Experimental Vignette Study on the Attractiveness of Ownership-Based Carsharing Communities: A Social Capital Theory Perspective7
Predicting Responses to Climate Change Health Impact Messages From Political Ideology and Health Status: Cognitive Appraisals and Emotional Reactions as Mediators6
Evacuation Behavior in a Subway Train Emergency: A Video-based Analysis6
Reducing Plastic Waste by Visualizing Marine Consequences6
Does Beauty Matter? The Effect of Perceived Attractiveness on Children’s Moral Judgments of Harmful Actions against Animals5
Can Different Types of Non-Territorial Working Satisfy Employees’ Needs for Autonomy and Belongingness? Insights From Self-Determination Theory5
Neighborhood Care and Neighborhood Bonds: An Unequal Relationship5
Weather, Values, Capacity and Concern: Toward a Social-Cognitive Model of Specialty Crop Farmers’ Perceptions of Climate Change Risk4
Wearable Sensing and Mining of the Informativeness of Older Adults’ Physiological, Behavioral, and Cognitive Responses to Detect Demanding Environmental Conditions4
Locating Litter: An Exploratory Multilevel Analysis of the Spatial Patterns of Litter in Philadelphia4
In Cold Weather We Bark, But in Hot Weather We Bite: Patterns in Social Media Anger, Aggressive Behavior, and Temperature4
The Effect of Weather on Assault4
Relations Between Daily Events, Coping Strategies and Health During a British Army Ski Expedition Across Antarctica4
Dealing With Feeling Crowded on Public Transport: The Potential Role of Design4
Nature Connectedness and Nature Exposure Interactively Influence Social Dominance Orientation and Policy Support for Marginalized Groups during the COVID-19 Pandemic4
Once Good, Always Good? Testing Nudge’s Spillovers on Pro Environmental Behavior4