Journal of Environmental Psychology

(The TQCC of Journal of Environmental Psychology is 13. 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
Combatting climate change misinformation: Evidence for longevity of inoculation and consensus messaging effects53
Virtual reality: A new method to investigate cognitive load during navigation53
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
The case for impact-focused environmental psychology36
Psychological benefits of a biodiversity-focussed outdoor learning program for primary school children36
Applying an attitude network approach to consumer behaviour towards plastic35
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
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
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
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
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
Climate anxiety, wellbeing and pro-environmental action: correlates of negative emotional responses to climate change in 32 countries32
Why going green feels good32
The affective benefits of nature exposure: What's nature got to do with it?31
Measuring pro-environmental behavior using the carbon emission task31
Words not deeds: National narcissism, national identification, and support for greenwashing versus genuine proenvironmental campaigns30
What counts as an “environmental” issue? Differences in issue conceptualization by race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status30
Climate anxiety: What predicts it and how is it related to climate action?29
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
Effects of COVID-19-related stay-at-home order on neuropsychophysiological response to urban spaces: Beneficial role of exposure to nature?28
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
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
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
The cross-cultural challenges of integrating personal norms into the Theory of Planned Behavior: A meta-analytic structural equation modeling (MASEM) approach26
“Global warming” versus “climate change”: A replication on the association between political self-identification, question wording, and environmental beliefs26
Elevating nature: Moral elevation increases feelings of connectedness to nature25
Virtual immersion in nature and psychological well-being: A systematic literature review25
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
Understanding the psychology X politics interaction behind environmental activism: The roles of governmental trust, density of environmental NGOs, and democracy24
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
The sun is no fun without rain: Physical environments affect how we feel about yellow across 55 countries23
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
Attention restoration during environmental exposure via alpha-theta oscillations and synchronization22
Wean off green: On the (in)effectiveness of biospheric appeals for consumption curtailment22
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
Avoidance, rationalization, and denial: Defensive self-protection in the face of climate change negatively predicts pro-environmental behavior21
To veg or not to veg? The impact of framing on vegetarian food choice21
Assessment protocol and effects of two dynamic light patterns on human well-being and performance in a simulated and operational office environment21
Cut back or give it up? The effectiveness of reduce and eliminate appeals and dynamic norm messaging to curb meat consumption21
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
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
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
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
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
Positive spillover: The result of attitude change18
A carbon price by another name may seem sweeter: Consumers prefer upstream offsets to downstream taxes18
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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