Vivien Pong
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Cross-national variation of gender differences in environmental concern: Testing the sociocultural hindrance hypothesis
HW Chan, V Pong, KP Tam
Environment and Behavior 51 (1), 81-108, 2019
Explaining participation in Earth Hour: The identity perspective and the theory of planned behavior
HW Chan, V Pong, KP Tam
Climatic Change 158, 309-325, 2020
Global versus local framing of the issue of food waste: The role of Identification With All Humanity and the implications for climate change communication
V Pong
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 24 (2), 221-231, 2021
Does the correlation between self and ingroup/outgroup depend on group favorability?
F Foroni, V Pong, M Rothbart, G Pearce
Group processes & intergroup relations 13 (4), 515-524, 2010
Climatic change on the
SB Chen, YF Liu, TM Axel
All humans as ingroup and environmental issues: understanding the relationship between common human identity and pro-environmental behavior, and exploring the role of identity …
V Pong
Disease stresses and cross-national variations in gender difference in pro-environmental behavior
V Pong, HW Chan, KP Tam
International Journal of Psychology, 563, 2016
Cross-national variation of gender difference in environmental concern: The impact of socio-cultural factors
HW Chan, KKP Tam, V Pong
International Journal of Psychology, 560, 2016
Explaining participation in Earth Hour: The theory of planned behavior and the multiplicity of social identity
KK Tam, HW Chan, V Pong
Group Processes & Intergroup
F Foroni, V Pong, M Rothbart, G Pearce
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 13 (4), 515-524, 2010
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