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    Bain, P., Milfont, T., Kashima, Y., Bilewicz, M., Doron, G., Garðarsdóttir, R., Gouveia, V., Guan, Y., Johansson, L., Pasquali, C., Corral-Verdugo, V., Aragones, J., Utsugi, A., Demarque, C., Otto, S., Park, J., Soland, M., Steg, L., González, R., Lebedeva, N., Madsen, O., Wagner, C., Akotia, C., Kurz, T., Saiz, J., Schultz, P., Einarsdóttir, G. and Saviolidis, N. M.

    Co-benefits of addressing climate change can motivate action around the world

    2016 - Nature Climate Change

    In-text: (Bain et al. 154-157)

    Your Bibliography: Bain, Paul G. et al. "Co-Benefits Of Addressing Climate Change Can Motivate Action Around The World." Nature Climate Change 6.2 (2016): 154-157. Web.

  • Journal

    Berrios, R., Totterdell, P. and Kellett, S.

    Eliciting mixed emotions: a meta-analysis comparing models, types, and measures

    2015 - Frontiers in Psychology

    In-text: (Berrios, Totterdell and Kellett)

    Your Bibliography: Berrios, Raul, Peter Totterdell, and Stephen Kellett. "Eliciting Mixed Emotions: A Meta-Analysis Comparing Models, Types, And Measures." Frontiers in Psychology 6 (2015): n. pag. Web.

  • Journal

    Bertolotti, M. and Catellani, P.

    Effects of message framing in policy communication on climate change

    2014 - European Journal of Social Psychology

    In-text: (Bertolotti and Catellani 474-486)

    Your Bibliography: Bertolotti, Mauro, and Patrizia Catellani. "Effects Of Message Framing In Policy Communication On Climate Change." European Journal of Social Psychology 44.5 (2014): 474-486. Web.

  • Journal

    Feinberg, M. and Willer, R.

    Apocalypse Soon?

    2010 - Psychological Science

    In-text: (Feinberg and Willer 34-38)

    Your Bibliography: Feinberg, Matthew, and Robb Willer. "Apocalypse Soon?." Psychological Science 22.1 (2010): 34-38. Web.

  • Journal

    Feygina, I., Jost, J. T. and Goldsmith, R. E.

    System Justification, the Denial of Global Warming, and the Possibility of “System-Sanctioned Change”

    2009 - Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

    In-text: (Feygina, Jost and Goldsmith 326-338)

    Your Bibliography: Feygina, Irina, John T. Jost, and Rachel E. Goldsmith. "System Justification, The Denial Of Global Warming, And The Possibility Of “System-Sanctioned Change”." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36.3 (2009): 326-338. Web.

  • Journal

    Hornsey, M. J., Fielding, K. S., McStay, R., Reser, J. P., Bradley, G. L. and Greenaway, K. H.

    Evidence for motivated control: Understanding the paradoxical link between threat and efficacy beliefs about climate change

    2015 - Journal of Environmental Psychology

    In-text: (Hornsey et al. 57-65)

    Your Bibliography: Hornsey, Matthew J. et al. "Evidence For Motivated Control: Understanding The Paradoxical Link Between Threat And Efficacy Beliefs About Climate Change." Journal of Environmental Psychology 42 (2015): 57-65. Web.

  • Journal

    Hornsey, M. J., Harris, E. A., Bain, P. G. and Fielding, K. S.

    Meta-analyses of the determinants and outcomes of belief in climate change

    2016 - Nature Climate Change

    In-text: (Hornsey et al. 622-626)

    Your Bibliography: Hornsey, Matthew J. et al. "Meta-Analyses Of The Determinants And Outcomes Of Belief In Climate Change." Nature Climate Change 6.6 (2016): 622-626. Web.

  • Journal

    Hornsey, M. J. and Fielding, K. S.

    A cautionary note about messages of hope: Focusing on progress in reducing carbon emissions weakens mitigation motivation

    2016 - Global Environmental Change

    In-text: (Hornsey and Fielding 26-34)

    Your Bibliography: Hornsey, Matthew J., and Kelly S. Fielding. "A Cautionary Note About Messages Of Hope: Focusing On Progress In Reducing Carbon Emissions Weakens Mitigation Motivation." Global Environmental Change 39 (2016): 26-34. Web.

  • Journal

    Hornsey, M. J., Harris, E. A. and Fielding, K. S.

    Relationships among conspiratorial beliefs, conservatism and climate scepticism across nations

    2018 - Nature Climate Change

    In-text: (Hornsey, Harris and Fielding 614-620)

    Your Bibliography: Hornsey, Matthew J., Emily A. Harris, and Kelly S. Fielding. "Relationships Among Conspiratorial Beliefs, Conservatism And Climate Scepticism Across Nations." Nature Climate Change 8.7 (2018): 614-620. Web.

  • Journal

    Jylhä, K. M. and Hellmer, K.

    Right‐Wing Populism and Climate Change Denial: The Roles of Exclusionary and Anti‐Egalitarian Preferences, Conservative Ideology, and Antiestablishment Attitudes

    2020 - Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy

    In-text: (Jylhä and Hellmer)

    Your Bibliography: Jylhä, Kirsti M., and Kahl Hellmer. "Right‐Wing Populism And Climate Change Denial: The Roles Of Exclusionary And Anti‐Egalitarian Preferences, Conservative Ideology, And Antiestablishment Attitudes." Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy (2020): n. pag. Web.

  • Journal

    Kahan, D. M., Braman, D., Gastil, J., Slovic, P. and Mertz, C. K.

    Culture and Identity-Protective Cognition: Explaining the White-Male Effect in Risk Perception

    2007 - Journal of Empirical Legal Studies

    In-text: (Kahan et al. 465-505)

    Your Bibliography: Kahan, Dan M. et al. "Culture And Identity-Protective Cognition: Explaining The White-Male Effect In Risk Perception." Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 4.3 (2007): 465-505. Web.

  • Journal

    Maibach, E., Myers, T. and Leiserowitz, A.

    Climate scientists need to set the record straight: There is a scientific consensus that human-caused climate change is happening

    2014 - Earth's Future

    In-text: (Maibach, Myers and Leiserowitz 295-298)

    Your Bibliography: Maibach, Edward, Teresa Myers, and Anthony Leiserowitz. "Climate Scientists Need To Set The Record Straight: There Is A Scientific Consensus That Human-Caused Climate Change Is Happening." Earth's Future 2.5 (2014): 295-298. Web.

  • Journal

    McCright, A. M. and Dunlap, R. E.

    Cool dudes: The denial of climate change among conservative white males in the United States

    2011 - Global Environmental Change

    In-text: (McCright and Dunlap 1163-1172)

    Your Bibliography: McCright, Aaron M., and Riley E. Dunlap. "Cool Dudes: The Denial Of Climate Change Among Conservative White Males In The United States." Global Environmental Change 21.4 (2011): 1163-1172. Web.

  • Journal

    Moser, S. C.

    Communicating climate change: history, challenges, process and future directions

    2009 - Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change

    In-text: (Moser 31-53)

    Your Bibliography: Moser, Susanne C. "Communicating Climate Change: History, Challenges, Process And Future Directions." Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 1.1 (2009): 31-53. Web.

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    Myers, T. A., Nisbet, M. C., Maibach, E. W. and Leiserowitz, A. A.

    A public health frame arouses hopeful emotions about climate change

    2012 - Climatic Change

    In-text: (Myers et al. 1105-1112)

    Your Bibliography: Myers, Teresa A. et al. "A Public Health Frame Arouses Hopeful Emotions About Climate Change." Climatic Change 113.3-4 (2012): 1105-1112. Web.

  • Journal

    O'Neill, S. and Nicholson-Cole, S.

    “Fear Won't Do It”: Promoting Positive Engagement With Climate Change Through Visual and Iconic Representations

    2009 - Science Communication

    In-text: (O'Neill and Nicholson-Cole 355-379)

    Your Bibliography: O'Neill, Saffron, and Sophie Nicholson-Cole. "“Fear Won't Do It”: Promoting Positive Engagement With Climate Change Through Visual And Iconic Representations." Science Communication 30.3 (2009): 355-379. Web.

  • Journal

    Smith, N. and Leiserowitz, A.

    The Role of Emotion in Global Warming Policy Support and Opposition

    2013 - Risk Analysis

    In-text: (Smith and Leiserowitz 937-948)

    Your Bibliography: Smith, Nicholas, and Anthony Leiserowitz. "The Role Of Emotion In Global Warming Policy Support And Opposition." Risk Analysis 34.5 (2013): 937-948. Web.

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    Vainio, A. and Paloniemi, R.

    Does belief matter in climate change action?

    2011 - Public Understanding of Science

    In-text: (Vainio and Paloniemi 382-395)

    Your Bibliography: Vainio, Annukka, and Riikka Paloniemi. "Does Belief Matter In Climate Change Action?." Public Understanding of Science 22.4 (2011): 382-395. Web.

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    Wang, S., Leviston, Z., Hurlstone, M., Lawrence, C. and Walker, I.

    Emotions predict policy support: Why it matters how people feel about climate change

    2018 - Global Environmental Change

    In-text: (Wang et al. 25-40)

    Your Bibliography: Wang, Susie et al. "Emotions Predict Policy Support: Why It Matters How People Feel About Climate Change." Global Environmental Change 50 (2018): 25-40. Web.

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    Wilson, M. S. and Sibley, C. G.

    Social Dominance Orientation and Right-Wing Authoritarianism: Additive and Interactive Effects on Political Conservatism

    2013 - Political Psychology

    In-text: (Wilson and Sibley 277-284)

    Your Bibliography: Wilson, Marc Stewart, and Chris G. Sibley. "Social Dominance Orientation And Right-Wing Authoritarianism: Additive And Interactive Effects On Political Conservatism." Political Psychology 34.2 (2013): 277-284. Web.

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