sebastian Bamberg
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Twenty years after Hines, Hungerford, and Tomera: A new meta-analysis of psycho-social determinants of pro-environmental behaviour
S Bamberg, G Möser
Journal of environmental psychology 27 (1), 14-25, 2007
How does environmental concern influence specific environmentally related behaviors? A new answer to an old question
S Bamberg
Journal of environmental psychology 23 (1), 21-32, 2003
Choice of travel mode in the theory of planned behavior: The roles of past behavior, habit, and reasoned action
S Bamberg, I Ajzen, P Schmidt
Basic and applied social psychology 25 (3), 175-187, 2003
Incentives, morality, or habit? Predicting students’ car use for university routes with the models of Ajzen, Schwartz, and Triandis
S Bamberg, P Schmidt
Environment and behavior 35 (2), 264-285, 2003
Social context, personal norms and the use of public transportation: Two field studies
S Bamberg, M Hunecke, A Blöbaum
Journal of environmental psychology 27 (3), 190-203, 2007
Behaviour theory and soft transport policy measures
S Bamberg, S Fujii, M Friman, T Gärling
Transport policy 18 (1), 228-235, 2011
Changing environmentally harmful behaviors: A stage model of self-regulated behavioral change
S Bamberg
Journal of Environmental Psychology 34, 151-159, 2013
Is a residential relocation a good opportunity to change people’s travel behavior? Results from a theory-driven intervention study
S Bamberg
Environment and behavior 38 (6), 820-840, 2006
Collective climate action: Determinants of participation intention in community-based pro-environmental initiatives
S Bamberg, J Rees, S Seebauer
Journal of Environmental Psychology 43, 155-165, 2015
Does habitual car use not lead to more resistance to change of travel mode?
S Bamberg, D Rölle, C Weber
Transportation 30, 97-108, 2003
The effectiveness of soft transport policy measures: A critical assessment and meta-analysis of empirical evidence
G Möser, S Bamberg
Journal of Environmental Psychology 28 (1), 10-26, 2008
Guilty conscience: motivating pro-environmental behavior by inducing negative moral emotions
JH Rees, S Klug, S Bamberg
Climatic change 130, 439-452, 2015
Life events as windows of opportunity for changing towards sustainable consumption patterns? Results from an intervention study
M Schäfer, M Jaeger-Erben, S Bamberg
Journal of Consumer Policy 35, 65-84, 2012
Die Messung von Werten mit dem “Portraits Value Questionnaire”
P Schmidt, S Bamberg, E Davidov, J Herrmann, SH Schwartz
Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie 38 (4), 261-275, 2007
Applying the stage model of self-regulated behavioral change in a car use reduction intervention
S Bamberg
Journal of Environmental Psychology 33, 68-75, 2013
Effects of implementation intentions on the actual performance of new environmentally friendly behaviours—results of two field experiments
S Bamberg
Journal of environmental psychology 22 (4), 399-411, 2002
Theory‐Driven Subgroup‐Specific Evaluation of an Intervention to Reduce Private Car Use1
S Bamberg, P Schmidt
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 31 (6), 1300-1329, 2001
Climate protection needs societal change: Determinants of intention to participate in collective climate action
JH Rees, S Bamberg
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (5), 466-473, 2014
Threat, coping and flood prevention–A meta-analysis
S Bamberg, T Masson, K Brewitt, N Nemetschek
Journal of Environmental Psychology 54, 116-126, 2017
Changing travel-mode choice as rational choice: Results from a longitudinal intervention study
S Bamberg, P Schmidt
Rationality and Society 10 (2), 223-252, 1998
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