Gaia's Heartbeat experiment

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To consider:

  • Does Changing Behavioral Intentions Engender Behavior Change? A Meta-Analysis of the Experimental Evidence ... the mere measurement effect where simply asking people about their intent changes behavior
  • When Questions Change Behavior
  • Hawthorne Effect ... subjects change behavior because they are being studied (could also be placebo or demand effect)
  • Hine, D.W. and Gifford, R. (1991). Fear Appeals, Individual Differences, and Environmental Concern. The Journal of Environmental Education. 23, 36-41.
  • Clayton, S. and Brook, A. (2005). Can psychology help save the world? A model for conservation psychology. Analysis of Social Issues and Public Policy, 5, 1, 87-102.
  • Bator, R.J. and Cialdini, R.B. (2000). The application of persuasion theory to the development of effective proenvironmental public service announcements. Journal of Social Issues, 56, 527-41.
  • Gidley, J. (2005). Giviing hope back to our young people: Creating a new spiritual mythology for western culture. Journal of Futures Studies, 9, 3, 17-30.
  • Creating a Climate for Change: Communicating Climate Change and Facilitating ... edited by Susanne C. Moser, Lisa Dilling
  • Lane, M. (2000). Environmentally responsible behavior: Does it really matter what we believe? Planning Forum, 6, 33-9.
  • Irvine, A. B., Ary, D. V., Grove, D. A., & Gilfillan-Morton, L. (2004). The effectiveness of an interactive multimedia program to influence eating habits. Health Education Research, 19, 290–305.
  • Kanfer, F. H. E., & Goldstein, A. P. E. (1986). Helping people change: A textbook of methods. New York: Pergamon Press.
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