Environment and Behavior

Papers
(The TQCC of Environment and Behavior is 13. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
The Effects of Environmental Sustainability Labels on Selection, Purchase, and Consumption of Food and Drink Products: A Systematic Review72
How are Neighborhood and Street-Level Walkability Factors Associated with Walking Behaviors? A Big Data Approach Using Street View Images62
Perceived Green at Speed: A Simulated Driving Experiment Raises New Questions for Attention Restoration Theory and Stress Reduction Theory36
The Normative Route to a Sustainable Future: Examining Children’s Environmental Values, Identity and Personal Norms to Conserve Energy35
Policy and Environmental Predictors of Park Visits During the First Months of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Getting Out While Staying in33
Are Children Actually Losing Contact with Nature, or Is It That Their Experiences Differ from Those of 120 years Ago?24
Nature Enhanced Meditation: Effects on Mindfulness, Connectedness to Nature, and Pro-Environmental Behavior20
Towards a Place-based Measure of Fear of Crime: A Systematic Review of App-based and Crowdsourcing Approaches20
“My Words Matter”: The Role of Adolescents in Changing Pro-environmental Habits in the Family19
No Evidence of Within-Domain Moral Licensing in the Environmental Domain18
Green Building, Green Behavior? An Analysis of Building Characteristics that Support Environmentally Responsible Behaviors18
“There’s a Bit of a Ripple-effect”: A Social Identity Perspective on the Role of Third-Places and Aging in Place17
Relationships Among Environmental Attitudes, Environmental Efficacy, and Pro-Environmental Behaviors Across and Within 11 Countries17
Evacuation Behavior in a Subway Train Emergency: A Video-based Analysis15
Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic Nationwide Lockdown on Mental Health, Environmental Concern, and Prejudice Against Other Social Groups14
Top-Down Processing and Nature Connectedness Predict Psychological and Physiological Effects of Nature14
Pathways from Built Environment to Health Care Costs: Linking Objectively Measured Built Environment with Physical Activity and Health Care Expenditures14
Learning in Noisy Classrooms: Children’s Reports of Annoyance and Distraction from Noise are Associated with Individual Differences in Mind-Wandering and Switching skills13
Reducing Plastic Waste by Visualizing Marine Consequences13
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