• Climate change action as a project of identity: Eight meta-analyses 

      Vesely, Stepan; Masson, Torsten; Chokrai, Parissa; Becker, Anna M.; Fritsche, Immo; Kløckner, Christian; Tiberio, Lorenza; Carrus, Giuseppe; Panno, Angelo (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Identity can improve our understanding of personal climate action, particularly when climate action becomes an expression of a person’s self. However, it is unclear which kind of self or identity is most relevant. Building ...
    • Consumers intention to adopt residential solar panels in Central Norway 

      Lundheim, Sigurd Hilmo (Master thesis, 2019)
      Solsellepaneler har ikke hatt like stor gjennomslagskraft i Norge som annen høykostnads miljøteknologi, som for eksempel elbiler og hybridbiler. I de siste årene har det likevel vært en økende interesse for kjøp av ...
    • Donations to renewable energy projects: The role of social norms and donor anonymity 

      Vesely, Stepan; Kløckner, Christian; Carrus, Giuseppe; Chokrai, Parissa; Fritsche, Immo; Masson, Torsten; Panno, Angelo; Tiberio, Lorenza; Udall, Alina Mia (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      This paper shows that interventions based on social norms and on increasing the visibility of people's decisions to others (“decision observability”) present promising pathways of generating public support for renewable ...
    • From vague interest to strong intentions to install solar panels on private homes in the North – An analysis of psychological drivers 

      Lundheim, Sigurd Hilmo; Vesely, Stepan; Nayum, Alim; Kløckner, Christian (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Solar panels have not seen the same widespread adoption in the Nordic countries as in the rest of Europe. The aim of the paper is to investigate how house owners that have already expressed some interest in solar panels ...
    • How anonymity and norms influence costly support for environmental causes 

      Vesely, Stepan; Kløckner, Christian (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Social norms are a key driver of pro-environmental action, but their influence may vary by context. An important contextual factor is behavior observability. We employ a laboratory quasi-experiment studying donations to ...
    • Psychological Predictors of Energy Saving Behavior: A Meta-Analytic Approach 

      Carrus, Giuseppe; Tiberio, Lorenza; Mastandrea, Stefano; Chokrai, Parissa; Fritsche, Immo; Kløckner, Christian; Masson, Torsten; Vesely, Stepan; Panno, Angelo (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Understanding how psychological processes drive human energy choices is an urgent, and yet relatively under-investigated, need for contemporary society. A knowledge gap still persists on the links between psychological ...
    • Social desirability in environmental psychology research: Three meta-analyses 

      Vesely, Stepan; Kløckner, Christian (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      That social desirability might be a confounder of people's survey responses regarding environmental actions has been discussed for a long time. To produce evidence for or against this assumption, we conducted meta-analyses ...