Janet K. Swim

Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Social Psychology, Law
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Geiger N, Dwyer T, Swim JK. (2023) Hopium or empowering hope? A meta-analysis of hope and climate engagement. Frontiers in Psychology. 14: 1139427
Cameron CD, Lengieza ML, Hadjiandreou E, et al. (2022) Empathic choices for animals versus humans: the role of choice context and perceived cost. The Journal of Social Psychology. 1-17
Lengieza ML, Swim JK. (2021) The Paths to Connectedness: A Review of the Antecedents of Connectedness to Nature. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 763231
Mallett RK, Patrianakos J, Swim J. (2021) Indigenous Alaskan and mainstream identification explain the link between perceived discrimination and acculturative stress. The Journal of Social Psychology. 1-15
Swim JK, Gillis AJ, Hamaty KJ. (2020) Gender Bending and Gender Conformity: The Social Consequences of Engaging in Feminine and Masculine Pro-Environmental Behaviors Sex Roles. 82: 363-385
Swim JK, Geiger N, Lengieza ML. (2019) Climate Change Marches as Motivators for Bystander Collective Action Frontiers in Communication. 4
Geiger N, Gasper K, Swim JK, et al. (2019) Untangling the components of hope: Increasing pathways (not agency) explains the success of an intervention that increases educators’ climate change discussions Journal of Environmental Psychology. 66: 101366
Sommer LK, Swim JK, Keller A, et al. (2019) “Pollution Pods”: The merging of art and psychology to engage the public in climate change Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions. 59: 101992
Geiger N, Swim JK. (2018) Gendered Impressions of Issue Publics as Predictors of Climate Activism Frontiers in Communication. 3
Swim JK, Geiger N. (2018) The gendered nature of stereotypes about climate change opinion groups Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. 21: 438-456
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