Journal of Environmental Psychology

(The median citation count of Journal of Environmental Psychology 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 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Nature contact, nature connectedness and associations with health, wellbeing and pro-environmental behaviours283
Development and validation of a measure of climate change anxiety215
Do people who feel connected to nature do more to protect it? A meta-analysis170
Home garden use during COVID-19: Associations with physical and mental wellbeing in older adults120
What is the best way of delivering virtual nature for improving mood? An experimental comparison of high definition TV, 360° video, and computer generated virtual reality99
Predicting climate change mitigation and adaptation behaviors in agricultural production: A comparison of the theory of planned behavior and the Value-Belief-Norm Theory94
Impact of built environment design on emotion measured via neurophysiological correlates and subjective indicators: A systematic review92
What drives pro-environmental activism of young people? A survey study on the Fridays For Future movement89
The role of climate change risk perception, response efficacy, and psychological adaptation in pro-environmental behavior: A two nation study84
Predicting climate change risk perception and willingness to act82
On the nature of eco-anxiety: How constructive or unconstructive is habitual worry about global warming?81
Towards cross-cultural environmental psychology: A state-of-the-art review and recommendations78
Reducing, and bridging, the psychological distance of climate change67
The role of trust for climate change mitigation and adaptation behaviour: A meta-analysis63
Brain activity, underlying mood and the environment: A systematic review55
Virtual reality: A new method to investigate cognitive load during navigation53
Combatting climate change misinformation: Evidence for longevity of inoculation and consensus messaging effects53
The value of what others value: When perceived biospheric group values influence individuals’ pro-environmental engagement49
“Re-placed” - Reconsidering relationships with place and lessons from a pandemic49
How to reduce red and processed meat consumption by daily text messages targeting environment or health benefits48
Social identity as a key concept for connecting transformative societal change with individual environmental activism46
Moral licensing, moral cleansing and pro-environmental behaviour: The moderating role of pro-environmental attitudes44
Experienced guilt, but not pride, mediates the effect of feedback on pro-environmental behavior41
Being moved by protest: Collective efficacy beliefs and injustice appraisals enhance collective action intentions for forest protection via positive and negative emotions39
A dose of nature: Two three-level meta-analyses of the beneficial effects of exposure to nature on children's self-regulation38
Connectedness with nature and the decline of pro-environmental behavior in adolescence: A comparison of Canada and China37
Psychological benefits of a biodiversity-focussed outdoor learning program for primary school children36
The case for impact-focused environmental psychology36
When do values promote pro-environmental behaviors? Multilevel evidence on the self-expression hypothesis35
Emotion recognition changes in a confinement situation due to COVID-1935
Greener Than Thou: People who protect the environment are more cooperative, compete to be environmental, and benefit from reputation35
Distant from others, but close to home: The relationship between home attachment and mental health during COVID-1935
Applying an attitude network approach to consumer behaviour towards plastic35
SARS-Cov-2 and environmental protection: A collective psychology agenda for environmental psychology research34
Messaging for environmental action: The role of moral framing and message source34
Hype and hope? Mind-body practice predicts pro-environmental engagement through global identity34
Nature can get it out of your mind: The rumination reducing effects of contact with nature and the mediating role of awe and mood34
Listen to others or yourself? The role of personal norms on the effectiveness of social norm interventions to change pro-environmental behavior33
Influencing climate change attitudes in the United States: A systematic review and meta-analysis33
Pro-environmental behavior as a signal of cooperativeness: Evidence from a social dilemma experiment33
The use of virtual reality in environment experiences and the importance of realism33
When and how pro-environmental attitudes turn into behavior: The role of costs, benefits, and self-control33
Changing environmental behaviour from the bottom up: The formation of pro-environmental social identities33
Climate anxiety, wellbeing and pro-environmental action: correlates of negative emotional responses to climate change in 32 countries32
Why going green feels good32
Measuring pro-environmental behavior using the carbon emission task31
The affective benefits of nature exposure: What's nature got to do with it?31
What counts as an “environmental” issue? Differences in issue conceptualization by race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status30
Words not deeds: National narcissism, national identification, and support for greenwashing versus genuine proenvironmental campaigns30
The effects of moving into an activity-based office on communication, social relations and work demands – A controlled intervention with repeated follow-up29
Why do youth participate in climate activism? A mixed-methods investigation of the #FridaysForFuture climate protests.29
How much distance do humans keep toward robots? Literature review, meta-analysis, and theoretical considerations on personal space in human-robot interaction29
Using the COVID-19 economic crisis to frame climate change as a secondary issue reduces mitigation support29
Climate anxiety: What predicts it and how is it related to climate action?29
Minding other people's business: Community attachment and anticipated negative emotion in an extended norm activation model28
The effect of orientation instructions on the recall and reuse of route and survey elements in wayfinding descriptions28
The gradual development of the preference for natural environments28
Effects of COVID-19-related stay-at-home order on neuropsychophysiological response to urban spaces: Beneficial role of exposure to nature?28
Measuring place attachment with the Abbreviated Place Attachment Scale (APAS)27
How anxiety and growth mindset are linked to navigation ability: Impacts of exploration and GPS use27
The role of national identity in collective pro-environmental action27
The effect of crowdedness on human wayfinding and locomotion in a multi-level virtual shopping mall27
Reducing personal clothing consumption: A cross-cultural validation of the comprehensive action determination model27
This land is my land: Psychological ownership increases willingness to protect the natural world more than legal ownership27
Financial rewards for long-term environmental protection27
“Global warming” versus “climate change”: A replication on the association between political self-identification, question wording, and environmental beliefs26
The cross-cultural challenges of integrating personal norms into the Theory of Planned Behavior: A meta-analytic structural equation modeling (MASEM) approach26
Pride and guilt predict pro-environmental behavior: A meta-analysis of correlational and experimental evidence25
On the essentialism of places: Between conservative and progressive meanings25
How transport modes, the built and natural environments, and activities influence mood: A GPS smartphone app study25
Elevating nature: Moral elevation increases feelings of connectedness to nature25
Virtual immersion in nature and psychological well-being: A systematic literature review25
Effects of competence- and integrity-based trust on public acceptability of renewable energy projects in China and the Netherlands24
Imagining the loss of social and physical place characteristics reduces place attachment24
Understanding the psychology X politics interaction behind environmental activism: The roles of governmental trust, density of environmental NGOs, and democracy24
The bright and dark sides of length of residence in the neighbourhood: Consequences for local participation and openness to newcomers23
Psychological well-being and demographic factors can mediate soundscape pleasantness and eventfulness: A large sample study23
Referent group specificity: Optimizing normative feedback to increase residential recycling23
The relationship between identity and environmental concern: A meta-analysis23
The sun is no fun without rain: Physical environments affect how we feel about yellow across 55 countries23
Perceived fit in activity-based work environments and its impact on satisfaction and performance22
More green than gray? Toward a sustainable overview of environmental spillover effects: A Bayesian meta-analysis22
Offsetting behavioral costs with personal attitude: Identifying the psychological essence of an environmental attitude measure22
A qualitative investigation of unsupervised outdoor activities for 10- to 13-year-old children: “I like adventuring but I don't like adventuring without being careful”22
Attention restoration during environmental exposure via alpha-theta oscillations and synchronization22
Wean off green: On the (in)effectiveness of biospheric appeals for consumption curtailment22
Avoidance, rationalization, and denial: Defensive self-protection in the face of climate change negatively predicts pro-environmental behavior21
Cut back or give it up? The effectiveness of reduce and eliminate appeals and dynamic norm messaging to curb meat consumption21
Assessment protocol and effects of two dynamic light patterns on human well-being and performance in a simulated and operational office environment21
To veg or not to veg? The impact of framing on vegetarian food choice21
An examination of the social-psychological drivers of homeowner wildfire mitigation20
Out of the noise: Effects of sound environment on maths performance in middle-school students20
Impacts of nature and built acoustic-visual environments on human’s multidimensional mood states: A cross-continent experiment20
Collective responses to global challenges: The social psychology of pro-environmental action20
Environmental behavior in three countries: The role of intergenerational transmission and domains of socialization20
Self-regulation gains in kindergarten related to frequency of green schoolyard use20
Increasing people's acceptance of anthropogenic climate change with scientific facts: Is mechanistic information more effective for environmentalists?20
Evaluating the impacts of color, graphics, and architectural features on wayfinding in healthcare settings using EEG data and virtual response testing19
Beyond nature: The roles of visual appeal and individual differences in perceived restorative potential19
Concern for the future and saving the earth: When does ecological resource scarcity promote pro-environmental behavior?19
Global climate marches sharply raise attention to climate change: Analysis of climate search behavior in 46 countries19
How do I feel when I think about taking action? Hope and boredom, not anxiety and helplessness, predict intentions to take climate action19
The roles of motivation and goals on sustainable behaviour in a resource dilemma: A self-determination theory perspective19
Positive spillover: The result of attitude change18
A carbon price by another name may seem sweeter: Consumers prefer upstream offsets to downstream taxes18
Exploring psychological restoration in favorite indoor and outdoor urban places using a top-down perspective18
Greenwash yourself: The relationship between communal and agentic narcissism and pro-environmental behavior18
Is green the new sexy? Romantic of conspicuous conservation18
Development and validation of a climate change perceptions scale17
Straw wars: Pro-environmental spillover following a guilt appeal17
Exploring adolescents’ waste prevention via Value-Identity-Personal norm and Comprehensive Action Determination Models17
Categorical & coordinate spatial information: Can they be disentangled in sketch maps?17
Beating the blues by viewing Green: Depressive symptoms predict greater restoration from stress and negative affect after viewing a nature video17
How a growth mindset can change the climate: The power of implicit beliefs in influencing people's view and action17
Price of change: Does a small alteration to the price of meat and vegetarian options affect their sales?17
Theory enhances impact. Reply to: ‘The case for impact-focused environmental psychology’17
Religion, environmental guilt, and pro-environmental support: The opposing pathways of stewardship belief and belief in a controlling god17
Affordances for physical activity and well-being in the ECEC outdoor environment17
The relationship between greenery and self-regulation of children: The mediation role of nature connectedness17
Paying attention to climate change: Positive images of climate change solutions capture attention16
Exploring how climate change subjective attribution, personal experience with extremes, concern, and subjective knowledge relate to pro-environmental attitudes and behavioral intentions in the United 16
Exploring relationships between climate change beliefs and energy preferences: A network analysis of the European Social Survey16
The advantage of globally visible landmarks for spatial learning16
Information sources, perceived personal experience, and climate change beliefs16
Quality of sweatshop factory outdoor environments matters for workers’ stress and anxiety: A participatory smartphone-photography survey16
Learning from navigation, and tasks assessing its accuracy: The role of visuospatial abilities and wayfinding inclinations16
Simulated natural environments bolster the effectiveness of a mindfulness programme: A comparison with a relaxation-based intervention16
Pathways of place dependence and place identity influencing recycling in the extended theory of planned behavior15
Less is more? Effects of more vs. less electric light on alertness, mood, sleep and appraisals of light in an operational office15
Beliefs about others' global warming beliefs: The role of party affiliation and opinion deviance15
Building attachments to places of settlement: A holistic approach to refugee wellbeing in Nelson, Aotearoa New Zealand15
Place attachment in green buildings: Making the connections15
For the love of nature: People who prefer natural versus synthetic drugs are higher in nature connectedness15
Nature promotes self-transcendence and prosocial behavior15
Local mobility culture as injunctive normative beliefs – A theoretical approach and a related measurement instrument15
Why do cosmopolitan individuals tend to be more pro-environmentally committed? The mediating pathways via knowledge acquisition and emotional affinity toward nature15
Biophilic office design: Exploring the impact of a multisensory approach on human well-being15
Environmental self-regulation in favourite places of Finnish and Hungarian adults15
Examining connection to nature and mindfulness at promoting psychological well-being15
Untangling the components of hope: Increasing pathways (not agency) explains the success of an intervention that increases educators’ climate change discussions14
Changing diets - Testing the impact of knowledge and information nudges on sustainable dietary choices14
Assessing psychological adaptation during polar winter-overs: The isolated and confined environments questionnaire (ICE-Q)14
Simulated nature walks improve psychological well-being along a natural to urban continuum14
Differentiated effects of risk perception and causal attribution on public behavioral responses to air pollution: A segmentation analysis14
Stress recovery from virtual exposure to a brown (desert) environment versus a green environment14
Does environmental education benefit environmental outcomes in children and adolescents? A meta-analysis14
Discounting environmental policy: The effects of psychological distance over time and space14
Psychological predictors of fishing and waste management intentions in Indonesian coastal communities14
Buy green, gain prestige and social status14
Menu design approaches to promote sustainable vegetarian food choices when dining out14
Objective measures of cognitive performance in activity based workplaces and traditional office types14
The relation between workplace attachment style, design satisfaction, privacy and exhaustion in office employees: A moderated mediation model13
Testing the impact of images in environmental campaigns13
A preregistered replication of “Inoculating the public against misinformation about climate change”13
Test-retest reliability and construct validity of the Pro-Environmental Behavior Task13
Political ingroup conformity and pro-environmental behavior: Evaluating the evidence from a survey and mousetracking experiments13
Do indoor plants improve performance and well-being in offices? Divergent results from laboratory and field studies13
See or Be? Contact with nature and well-being during COVID-19 lockdown13
Self-transcendent emotion dispositions: Greater connections with nature and more sustainable behavior13
Effects of home environment structure on navigation preference and performance: A comparison in Veneto, Italy and Utah, USA13
Fourth graders’ connectedness to nature - Does cultural background matter?13
The role of social desirability responding in the longitudinal relations between intention and behaviour13
When your shop says #lessismore. Online communication interventions for clothing sufficiency13
Experiencing urban spaces and social meanings through social Media:Unravelling the relationships between Instagram city-related use, Sense of Place, and Sense of Community12
Viewing a flower image provides automatic recovery effects after psychological stress12
Space at home and psychological distress during the Covid-19 lockdown in Italy12
On solid ground: Secure attachment promotes place attachment12
Proenvironmental attitudes predict proenvironmental consumer behaviors over time12
“We will change whether we want it or not”: Soil erosion in Maasai land as a social dilemma and a challenge to community resilience12
Psychological responses to buildings and natural landscapes12
Landmark-based navigation instructions improve incidental spatial knowledge acquisition in real-world environments12
The COVID-19 crisis does not diminish environmental motivation: Evidence from two panel studies of decision making and self-reported pro-environmental behavior12
Association between caregiver perceived green space quality and the development of prosocial behaviour from childhood to adolescence: Latent class trajectory and multilevel longitudinal analyses of Au12
Do autistic traits predict pro-environmental attitudes and behaviors, and climate change belief?12
Self-nature representations: On the unique consequences of nature-self size on pro-environmental action12
Neighbourhood greenspace and children's trajectories of self-regulation: Findings from the UK Millennium Cohort Study11
Exploring the roles of analytic cognitive style, climate science literacy, illusion of knowledge, and political orientation in climate change skepticism11
Disgusting? No, just deviating from internalized norms. Understanding consumer skepticism toward sustainable food alternatives11
The role of gratitude in motivating intergenerational environmental stewardship11
Structural salience of landmark pictograms in maps as a predictor for object location memory performance11
Where do we want to see other people while relaxing in a city park? Visual relationships with park users and their impact on preferences, safety and privacy11
Love for the globe but also the country matter for the environment: Links between nationalistic, patriotic, global identification and pro-environmentalism11
Would you eat a burger made in a petri dish? Why people feel disgusted by cultured meat11
Guilt consistently motivates pro-environmental outcomes while pride depends on context11
Exposure to nature may induce lower discounting and lead to healthier dietary choices11
A systematic review of the psychological distance of climate change: Towards the development of an evidence-based construct11
Loving, leaving, living: Evacuation site place attachment predicts natural hazard coping behavior11
Effects of perceived social norms on support for renewable energy transition: Moderation by national culture and environmental risks11
Experiencing place-change: A shared sense of loss after closure of village facilities11
Gratitude to nature: Presenting a theory of its conceptualization, measurement, and effects on pro-environmental behavior11
Purpose by design or disaster: Preserving a sense of purpose amid environmental uncertainty11
How to attract employees back to the office? A stated choice study on hybrid working preferences11
Do past-focused environmental messages promote pro-environmentalism to conservatives? A pre-registered replication11
Pro-environmental behaviour and support for environmental policy as expressions of pro-environmental motivation10
Action, communication, and engagement: How parents “ACE” Children's pro-environmental behaviors10
Psychological and demographic predictors of plastic bag consumption in transaction data10
A meaningful reminder on sustainability: When explicit and implicit packaging cues meet10
The influence of different efficacy constructs on energy conservation intentions and climate change policy support10
Cognitive complexity increases climate change belief10
Fear for the future: Eco-anxiety and health implications, a systematic review10
How and when financial incentives crowd out pro-environmental motivation: A longitudinal quasi-experimental study10
Protecting the commons: Predictors of willingness to mitigate communal land degradation among Maasai pastoralists10
How often does random assignment fail? Estimates and recommendations10
Adding native plants to home landscapes: The roles of attitudes, social norms, and situational strength10
Going rural: Qualitative perspectives on the role of place attachment in young people's intentions to return to the country10
Personal or planetary health? Direct, spillover and carryover effects of non-monetary benefits of vegetarian behaviour10
Explaining the difference between the predictive power of value orientations and self-determined motivation for proenvironmental behavior10
Environmental learning in a virtual environment: Do gender, spatial self-efficacy, and visuospatial abilities matter?10
How do urban green spaces increase well-being? The role of perceived wildness and nature connectedness10
Walk it off! The effectiveness of walk and talk coaching in nature for individuals with burnout- and stress-related complaints9
Socioeconomic status, time preferences and pro-environmentalism9
Replicating the focus theory of normative conduct as tested by Cialdini et al. (1990)9
Self-construals and environmental values in 55 cultures9
Rounded or angular? How the physical work environment in makerspaces influences makers’ creativity9
Facing natural disasters through the endorsement of authoritarian attitudes9
Assessing the mobilization potential of environmental advocacy communication9
Restoration of sustained attention following virtual nature exposure: Undeniable or unreliable?9
Beauty of the Beast: Beauty as an important dimension in the moral standing of animals9
Making theory useful for understanding high-impact behavior. A response to van Valkengoed et al. (2021)9
Good eats, bad intentions? Reputational costs of organic consumption9
Restorative effects of exposure to nature on children and adolescents: A systematic review9
The way we perceive a place implies who can live there: Essentialisation of place and attitudes towards diversity9
Satisfaction with activity-support and physical home-workspace characteristics in relation to mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic9
Longitudinal relations between climate change concern and psychological wellbeing9
Beyond subjective and personal: Endorsing pro-environmental norms as moral norms8
From theory to action: Explaining the process of knowledge attitudes and practices regarding the use and disposal of plastic among school children8
Pay more, fly more? Examining the potential guilt-reducing and flight-encouraging effect of an integrated carbon offset8
The supportive role of environmental attitude for learning about environmental issues8
Four Europes: Climate change beliefs and attitudes predict behavior and policy preferences using a latent class analysis on 23 countries8
Children older than five years do not approve of wasting food: An experimental study on attitudes towards food wasting behavior in children and adults8
Perceived responsibility towards future generations and environmental concern: Convergent evidence across multiple outcomes in a large, nationally representative sample8
Testing the Biophilia theory: Automatic approach tendencies towards nature8
Imagining a sustainable world: Measuring cognitive alternatives to the environmental status quo8
Greening the room: A quasi-experimental study on the presence of potted plants in study rooms on mood, cognitive performance, and perceived environmental quality among university students8
Promoting the work engagement of the health worker: The role of secure workplace attachment, perceived spatial-physical comfort, and relationship with patients8
Climate change threatens nomadic herding in Mongolia: A model of climate change risk perception and behavioral adaptation8
Attitudes and emotions as predictors of support for wolf management8
Knowledge of familiar environments: Assessing modalities and individual visuo-spatial factors8
Opposing effects of Spirituality and Religious Fundamentalism on environmental attitudes8
Illuminating illumination: Understanding the influence of ambient lighting on prosocial behaviors8
Which is primary: Preference or perceived instoration?8
Subjective and physiological responses towards daylit spaces with contemporary façade patterns in virtual reality: Influence of sky type, space function, and latitude8
The value of eudaimonia for understanding relationships among values and pro-environmental behavior8
Do spatial characteristics influence behavior and development in early childhood education and care?8
Beliefs about whose beliefs? Second-order beliefs and support for China's coal-to-gas policy8
Looking at buildings or trees? Association of human nature relatedness with eye movements in outdoor space7
The warm glow of recycling can make us more wasteful7
Nature guided imagery: An intervention to increase connectedness to nature7
Conceptual replication study and meta-analysis suggest simulated nature does not reliably restore pure executive attention measured by the attention network task7
In search of weakened resolve: Does climate-engineering awareness decrease individuals’ commitment to mitigation?7
The role of social identification for achieving an open-defecation free environment: A cluster-randomized, controlled trial of Community-Led Total Sanitation in Ghana7
Spatial dark figures of rapes: (In)Consistencies across police and hospital data7
Green exercise, mental health symptoms, and state lockdown policies: A longitudinal study7
Ocean imagery relates to an individual's cognitions and pro-environmental behaviours7
Do people's assumptions about the social world matter? The effects of social axioms on environmental attitude and efficacy beliefs7
Knowledge, perceived potential and trust as determinants of low- and high-impact pro-environmental behaviours7
Individual differences in preference for architectural interiors7
Personality changes associated with increasing environmental concerns7
Socio-political efficacy explains increase in New Zealanders’ pro-environmental attitudes due to COVID-197
The contribution of personal and place-related attributes to the resilience of conflict-affected communities7
Exposure to nature in immersive virtual reality increases connectedness to nature among people with low nature affinity6
Ocean connectedness and consumer responses to single-use packaging6
Motivating sustainability through morality: A daily diary study on the link between moral self-control and clothing consumption6
Household crowding can have political effects: An empirical study on support for anti-democratic political systems during the COVID-19 lockdown in Italy6
Acceptability of policies to reduce consumption of red and processed meat: A population-based survey experiment6
Why does nature enhance psychological well-being?A Self-Determination account6
Effects of social position and household affordances on COVID-19 lockdown resilience and coping6
Measuring pro-environmental orientation: Testing and building scales6
Place attachment satisfies psychological needs in the context of environmental risk coping: Experimental evidence of a link between self-determination theory and person-place relationship effects6
Measuring environmental concern through international surveys: A study of cross-cultural equivalence with item response theory and confirmatory factor analysis6
A comparison of children's play and non-play behavior before and after schoolyard greening monitored by video observations6
Spaces for relaxing, spaces for recharging: How parks affect people's emotions6
The role of environmental identity and individualism/collectivism in predicting climate change denial: Evidence from nine countries6
Anger consensus messaging can enhance expectations for collective action and support for climate mitigation6
Perceived responsibility to address climate change consistently relates to increased pro-environmental attitudes, behaviors and policy support: Evidence across 23 countries6
Your neighbourhood is not a circle, and you are not its centre6
"You know nothing, John Doe" – Judgmental overconfidence in lay climate knowledge6
The importance for wellbeing of having views of nature from and in the home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Results from the GreenCOVID study6
I can still see, hear and smell the fire: Cognitive, emotional and personal consequences of a natural disaster, and the impact of evacuation6
Corrigendum to “Threat, coping and flood prevention – A meta-analysis” [Journal of Environmental Psychology 54C (2017) 116–126]6
Here I belong!: Understanding immigrant descendants’ place attachment and its impact on their community citizenship behaviors in China5
Environmental light exposure, rest-activity rhythms, and symptoms of inattention and hyperactivity: An observational study of Australian preschoolers5
Seeing nature from low to high levels: Mechanisms underlying the restorative effects of viewing nature images5
Using natural intervention to promote subjective well-being of essential workers during public-health crises: A Study during COVID-19 pandemic5
High-income Households—Damned to consume or free to engage in high-impact energy-saving behaviours?5
From oppressiveness to stress: A development of Stress Reduction Theory in the context of contemporary high-density city5
Place attachment and negative places: A qualitative approach to historic former mental asylums, stigma and place-protectionism5
Different names for “natural gas” influence public perception of it5
Are we measuring what we ought to measure? A review of tools assessing patient perception of the healthcare built environment and their suitability for oncology spaces5
How do schoolchildren perceive litter? Overlooked in urban but not in natural environments5
Examining perceived safety and park use in public open spaces: The case of Barcelona5
Too attached to let others in? The role of different types of place attachment in predicting intergroup attitudes in a conflict setting5
Saw the office, want the job: The effect of creative workspace design on organizational attractiveness5
BIO-WELL: The development and validation of a human wellbeing scale that measures responses to biodiversity5
Is the political divide on climate change narrower for people of color? Evidence from a decade of U.S. polling5
The perception of crop protection: Explicit vs. implicit association of the public and in agriculture5
Mechanisms underlying childhood exposure to blue spaces and adult subjective well-being: An 18-country analysis5
Experience or attribution? Exploring the relationship between personal experience, political affiliation, and subjective attributions with mitigation behavioural intentions and COVID-19 recovery polic5
Aesthetics and logistics in urban parks; can moving waste receptacles to park exits decrease littering?5
The phases of user experience during relocation to a smart office building: A qualitative case study5
Promoting new pro-environmental behaviors: The effect of combining encouraging and discouraging messages5
The association between walkability and personality: Evidence from a large socioecological study in Japan5
Policy attributes, perceived impacts, and climate change policy preferences5
Problem awareness does not predict littering: A field study on littering in the Gambia5
Can participation promote psychological ownership of a shared resource? An intervention study of community-based safe water infrastructure4
Keep Degrowth or go Rebirth? Regulatory focus theory and the support for a sustainable downscaling of production and consumption4
Different types of virtual natural environments enhance subjective vitality through restorativeness4
From the child's perspective: How the layout of outdoor school environments shapes conflict between children's self-directed play4
Implementing an activity-based work environment: A longitudinal view of the effects on privacy and psychological ownership4
A large-scale data-based investigation on the relationship between bad weather and taxi tipping4
Navigation ability in young, middle-aged and older adults: Different domains of knowledge and their relationship with visuospatial factors4
Climate change anxiety in China, India, Japan, and the United States4
The relationship between the built environment and subjective wellbeing – Analysis of cross-sectional data from the English Housing Survey4
Promoting plant-based food choices: Findings from a field experiment with over 150,000 consumer decisions4
Inadequacy and impact of facility design for adolescents and young adults with cancer4
Normative misperceptions regarding pro-environmental behavior: Mediating roles of outcome efficacy and problem awareness4
Examining the connection between nature connectedness and dark personality4
Navigating the divided city: Place identity and the time-geography of segregation4
Boosting neighbourhood identification to benefit wellbeing: Evidence from diverse community samples4
Botanical priming helps overcome plant blindness on a memory task4
The ecological significance of the overview effect: Environmental attitudes and behaviours in astronauts4
The roots of ecological dominance orientation: Assessing individual preferences for an anthropocentric and hierarchically organized world4
Are you paying attention? How pro-environmental tendencies relate to attentional processes4
Climate change policy support, intended behaviour change, and their drivers largely unaffected by consensus messages in Germany4
A matter of time… consideration of future consequences and temporal distance contribute to the ideology gap in climate change scepticism4
It is undeniable that Nature has to be restorative to restore attention, otherwise the effect is unreliable4
The emotional influence of different geometries in virtual spaces: A neurocognitive examination4
Mechanisms of resiliency against depression following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill4
Exposure to nature leads to a stronger natural-is-better bias in Chinese people4
Burglars’ choice of intrusion routes: A virtual reality experimental study4
A meta-analysis of the association of aircraft noise at school on children's reading comprehension and psychological health for use in health impact assessment4
Am I responsible? The joint effect of individual responsibility attributions and descriptive normative climate messages on climate mitigation intentions4
“Nature is mine/ours”: Measuring individual and collective psychological ownership of nature4
Nature connectedness boosts the bright side of emotion regulation, which in turn reduces stress4
An unpredictable environment reduces pro-environmental behavior: A dynamic public goods experiment on forest use4
Political message matching and green behaviors: Strengths and boundary conditions for promoting high-impact behavioral change4
Mixed evidence for the effect of virtual nature exposure on effortful pro-environmental behavior4
A “vegetarian curry stew” or just a “curry stew”? - The effect of neutral labeling of vegetarian dishes on food choice among meat-reducers and non-reducers4
Are low-level visual features of scenes associated with perceived restorative qualities?4
Place identity and older residents’ coping strategies while ageing in declining neighbourhoods of urban China4
Episodic memory and self-reference in a naturalistic context: New insights based on a virtual walk in the Latin Quarter of Paris4