Wokje Abrahamse, MSc, PhD

Affiliations: 
2007 Social and Behavioural Sciences University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands 
 2011-2013 Psychology University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 
 2014- Environmental Studies Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand 
Area:
environmental psychology, interventions to encourage behaviour change, behavioural spill over, social influence.
Website:
http://www.victoria.ac.nz/sgees/about/staff/wokje-abrahamse
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Sovacool BK, Tan-Mullins M, Abrahamse W. (2018) Bloated bodies and broken bricks: Power, ecology, and inequality in the political economy of natural disaster recovery World Development. 110: 243-255
Graham T, Abrahamse W. (2017) Communicating the climate impacts of meat consumption: The effect of values and message framing Global Environmental Change. 44: 98-108
Gatersleben B, Murtagh N, Abrahamse W. (2014) Values, identity and pro-environmental behaviour Contemporary Social Science. 9: 374-392
Steg L, Abrahamse W. (2013) How to promote energy savings among households: Theoretical and practical approaches Psychological Approaches to Sustainability: Current Trends in Theory, Research and Applications. 61-80
Steg L, de Groot JIM, Dreijerink L, et al. (2011) General antecedents of personal norms, policy acceptability, and intentions: the role of values, worldviews, and environmental concern Society and Natural Resources. 24: 349-367
Abrahamse W, Steg L. (2011) Factors Related to Household Energy Use and Intention to Reduce It: The Role of Psychological and Socio-Demographic Variables Human Ecology Review. 18: 30-40
Gatersleben B, White E, Abrahamse W, et al. (2010) Values and sustainable lifestyles Architectural Science Review. 53: 37-50
Abrahamse W, Steg L, Gifford R, et al. (2009) Factors influencing car use for commuting and the intention to reduce it: A question of self-interest or morality? Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 12: 317-324
Abrahamse W, Steg L. (2009) How do socio-demographic and psychological factors relate to households' direct and indirect energy use and savings? Journal of Economic Psychology. 30: 711-720
Abrahamse W, Steg L, Vlek C, et al. (2007) The effect of tailored information, goal setting, and tailored feedback on household energy use, energy-related behaviors, and behavioral antecedents Journal of Environmental Psychology. 27: 265-276
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