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Session 1: Monday, Sept. 26, 10:30-12:00
Blauwe Zaal Psychological distance & sustainability
Bruderer Enzler, H., Diekmann, A., & Meyer, R. Time preferences as predictor for energy-saving behavior?
Brügger, A., Morton, T. A., & Dessai, S. Bringing climate change to the people: Does decreasing distance really enhance individuals’ motivation to respond to climate change?
de Best-Waldhober, M., Chyong, C. K., Reiner, D. ,& Riesch, H. Not in a galaxy far, far away: The effect of proximity to planned CO2 capture, transport and storage projects on risk perception
Geiger, S. M., & Dombois, C. Many roads to Rome: Time perspective, environmental knowledge and conservation behavior among Argentines
Leygue, C., Spence, A., O’Malley, C., Bedwell, B., Rodden, T., & McAuley, D. Energy display and environmental behavior: The role of social values and psychological distance of climate change
   
AUD 13 Public environments
Boldemann, C., Mårtensson, F., Dal, H., Cosco, N., Moore, R., Bieber, B., Blennow, M., Pagels, P., Raustorp, A., Söderström, M., Wester, U., Kvist Lindholm, S., Lättman, R., Wejdmark, M. WSynergetic impact of outdoor preschool environment on physical activity and UV radiation from the sun
Irniza, R. Work demands, air pollution and asthma: The risk factors for stress among traffic police officers in Malaysia
Schwarze, A., Haiduk, M., Lange, F., & Eggert, F. Misleading traffic lights - Situational risk factors for pedestrian jaywalking
Sposato, R. G., & Cervinka, R. Commuting stress and how new information technologies could help
van Hagen, M. , Galetzka, M., & Pruyn, A. Th. H. The influence of colored lighting on the experience and satisfaction with a Dutch railway station
   
AUD 11 SYMPOSIUM: Public perceptions of and engagement with climate change
Organizers: Poortinga, W., & Whitmarsh, L. 
   
AUD 12 Place attachment
Devine-Wright, P. Developing understandings of place attachment and identity: Critical reflections on Environmental Psychology and Human Geography perspectives
Devine-Wright, P. Varieties of place attachment, ‘NIMBYism’ and the social acceptance of controversial energy technologies
Elprama, S. A., Haans, A., & de Kort, Y. A. W. Relation between privacy and place attachment in student housing
Perlaviciute, G., & Steg, L. Satisfaction with residential environments: Effects of participation
Petmecky, A. Think local, act global? Predicting neighbourhood attachment and its impact on global environmental concern
   
Senaatszaal Restoration I
Beute, F., & de Kort, Y. A. W. Let the sun shine: Exploring explicit and implicit preferences for bright, sunny, and natural environments
Johansson, M., Hartig, T., & Staats, H. Psychological benefits of walking: Moderation by outdoor environment and social context
Raanaas, R. K., Patil, G. G., & Hartig, T. Restorative elements of nature in a residential rehabilitation centre
Szolosi, A. M. Mystery’s effect on attention: examining the function of fascination
van den Berg, A. E., & Breitenstein, L. Attentional functioning of children with ADHD in a natural and non-natural setting
   
   
Session 2: Monday, Sept. 26, 14:00-15:30
Blauwe Zaal Persuasive technology & behavioral change
Exner, N., & Döring, N. Energy consumption 2.0 – The contribution of smart metering to sustainable energy use
Gölz, S., Hahnel, U., & Schleich, J. Does feedback determine Energy saving? The role of motives in the use of a web portal for energy consumption
Ham, J., & Midden, C. Persuasive robots can help save energy: The influence of the agency of a robot on its Power to influence sustainable behavior
Karlin, B. M. Technology to the rescue? The potential and pitfalls of feedback in residential energy conservation
Seebauer, S., & Kufleitner, A. Leverage of a Facebook “game with a purpose” as a survey tool for climate change knowledge
   
AUD 4 Travel mode choice
Keizer, M., Steg, L., & de Groot, J. Morality and transport behavior: Predicting car use in three European countries
Klöckner, C. A. Business as usual, taking the car, or staying at home? Psychological and situational predictors of how German students react to a temporal rail strike
Pedersen, T., Friman, M., & Kristensson, P. Reluctance to use public transport: Effects of a defocusing technique on car users' predicted satisfaction with public transport
Seebauer, S. Subjective and objective knowledge on mobility options and the use of public transportation: Discrepancies and mediators
Seebauer, S., Kufleitner, A., & Kulmer, V. The situational dependency of action models: Determinants of bicycle use for shopping trips
   
AUD 11 SYMPOSIUM: The role of values in environmental behavior
Organizers: Helbig, A. K. 
   
AUD 12 SYMPOSIUM: Place-personality interactions:  From living rooms, cafes, and bars to cities, regions, and nations
Organizers:  Rentfrow, P. J., & Gosling, S. D. 
  Discussant: Steg, L.
   
Senaatszaal Restoration II
Beute, F., de Kort, Y.A.W. Vitalize me! Overcoming ego-depletion by viewing bright and sunny nature
Jahncke, H. The effects of sounds on restorative processes
Nordh, H. Promising methods and techniques : An evaluation of three quantitative methods
van der Ha, B., de Kort, Y.A.W., & Beute, F. Seeing, thinking, feeling: Exploring free associations with (non)restorative pictures.
Wyles, K. J., Pahl, S., & Thompson, R. Integrating impacts on the environment and visitors: An interdisciplinary analysis of activities on Rocky Shores
   
   
Session 3: Monday, Sept. 26, 16:30-18:00
Blauwe Zaal Interventions & behavioral change
Avineri, E., & Waygood, E. O. Could loss framing better highlight differences in CO2 emission amounts?
Boen, F., Pelssers, J., Verboven, A., Vermeulen, H., & Opdenacker, J. Saving energy by spending energy: Giving meaning to footprint markers reduces elevator and escalator use
Boomsma, C., Pahl, S., & Andrade, J. Mental imagery and environmental messages: Exploratory research on how images can affect behaviour
Handgraaf, M., van Lidth de Jeude, M., & Appelt, K. Private payment versus public praise: Effects of reward type on energy conservation
Tobias, R., Huber, A., Buchsbaum, T., & Tamas, A. Promoting solar water disinfection in rural Bolivia: Intervention effects and mediation by psychological constructs
   
AUD 4 SYMPOSIUM: Satisfaction with different travel modes
Organizers: Dziekan, K. , Gehlert, T., & Gärling, T.
   
AUD 11 Social & cultural perspectives on climate change
Caillaud, S. Social representations of climate change: French and German discourses about causes and consequences
Fielding, K. S., Louis, W. R., Mankad, A., Russell, S. R., & Spinks, A. Promoting household sustainability: The role of household culture in predicting environmentally sustainable behaviour
Huebner, G. M., Cooper, J., & Jones, K. Cultures within a culture: The role of nationality and religion for environmentally significant behaviour in students living in university accommodation
Milfont, T. L., & Sibley, C. G. Environmental generativity: Exploring the motivation to leave a social legacy and positive guidance for others regarding environmental protection
Pansa, R., & Ernst, A. Willingness to adapt to climate change considering different Sinus-Milieus®
   
AUD 12 Living in cities
Aoki, T. A reassessment of compact cities: Time series variation of the impact of cultural norms on housing choice behavior
Condie, J., & Brown, P. "Well, it ticked all the boxes": Negotiating place and living near railways"
Moiseeva, A., & Timmermans, H. J. P. Dynamic evolution of cognitive maps of newcomers in urban area
Nefs, M., Alves, S., Zasada, I., & Haase, D. Retirement cities: Describing and analysing the opportunities of ageing and urban shrinking in Europe
Vlastou, F., & Pahlavan, F. Relationship with the place of living and the development of aggressive behavior
   
Senaatszaal SYMPOSIUM: Sensory dimensions of restorative experiences
Organizers: Joye, Y., van den Berg, A., & Steg, L.
   
   
Session 4: Tuesday, Sept. 27, 10:30-12:00
Blauwe Zaal The role of knowledge in behavioral change
Brunsting, S., Paukovic, M., & de Best-Waldhober, M. The role of national newspapers in fostering understanding of transition technology: The case of Carbon Capture and Storage
de Best-Waldhober, M., Paukovic, M., Daamen, D., & Ashworth, P. Using and adapting the Information-Choice Questionnaire method: The case of energy transition in the Netherlands
Liefländer, A., & Bogner, F. X. Environmental education: Which kind of knowledge provides highest consolidation rates?
Paukovic, M., Brunsting, S., & de Best-Waldhober, M. Lay people’s knowledge and perceptions of energy transition and climate mitigation technologies: The case of CCS
Tillmans, A., & Schweizer-Ries, P. Adopting the user's perspective regarding knowledge on solar home systems in Uganda
   
AUD 4 Littering & waste reduction (sponsored by Nederland Schoon)
Broeders, R., Lakens, D., Midden, C. J. H., & Ham, J. An Embodied Cognition Approach to Litter Reduction: The Grounding of Clean in Shininess
Heberlein, T. A., & Schwartz, S. H. Deactivating the antilittering norm: A field test of Schwartz’s norm activation theory
Hsieh, T.-S. Moving to the recycling wonderland? Cross-cultural discussions on opportunities for better/worse environmental practices
Kurisu, K. H., Shimpo, Y., Nakatani, J., & Hanaki, K. Relationships between perceptions and lifecycle environmental burdens of waste prevention behaviors
Maeda, H., & Hirose, Y. The two-phase model of reduce and reuse behaviours
   
AUD 11 Virtual environments & ubiquitous media
Hägerhäll, C. M., & Hassan, R.. The effect of screen size on photo-based landscape evaluations
Moser, S ., & Martens, T. Perception of and intentions to protect against risks of ubiquitous information and communication technologies: Towards a typology using mixture distribution modeling
Ruijten, P., Midden, C., & Ham, J. Ambient persuasion needs goal-striving: The effect of goal activation on the persuasive power of subliminal feedback
Satterman, K., Forrest, C., & Lindquist, M. Panoramic visualization vs. merely ‘large’ screens: Comparing memory & recall between immersive and conventional virtual environments
Vanderveen, G. N. G., & Jelsma, F. Research methods 2.0. Virtual environments vs. surveys: Findings, appreciation, difficulty and perceived realism
   
AUD 12 Forests & wildlife
Anderson, N. M., Williams, K. J. H., & Ford, R.M. “These are not trees, these are weeds”: Representations of plantation forestry within a contested rural landscape
Eriksson, L., & Westin, K. Where do forest values and forest behaviour come from?
Herkle, S., Lienhoop, N., & Harms, S. Willingness to pay for the protection of endangered species: Testing for fixed mental donation accounts
Jacobs, M. H, Vaske, J. J., & Sijtsma, M. T. J. Predictive value of wildlife value orientations for acceptance of management interventions
Markowitz, E. M., Slovic, P., Västfäll, D., & Hodges, S. D. Are pandas like people? Compassion collapse in the environmental domain
   
Senaatszaal SYMPOSIUM: Restoration in virtual nature
Organizers: Ziesenitz, A., & Martens, D.
   
   
Session 5: Tuesday, Sept. 27, 14:00-15:30
Blauwe Zaal Environmental behavior & motivation
Lányi, K., Thøgersen, J., & Byrka, K. The relationship between health behavior and proenvironmental behavior
Lokhorst, A. M., Werner, C., Staats, H., & van Dijk, E. Commitment and behavior change: A meta-analysis and critical review of commitment making strategies in environmental research
Richetin, J., Perugini, M., Conner, M., Adjali, I., Hurling, R., Sengupta, A., & Greetham, D. To reduce and not to reduce resource consumption? That is two questions
Sütterlin, B., Brunner, T. A., & Siegrist, M. Who puts the most energy into energy conservation?
Woelki, D. C. S., & Kaiser, F. G. Adaptation to climate change vs. ecological behavior
   
AUD 4 SYMPOSIUM: Sustainable traffic behavior
Organizers: Dziekan, K., Gehlert, T., & Gärling, T. 
   
AUD 11 Policymaking for behavioral change
Amelung, D., & Schwesinger, C. Taking tough decisions for the climate change problem: Geoengineering vs. mitigation
Burnie, H. J. Gauging the climate: What motivates adults in Western Sydney to take actions that help mitigate climate change?
de Best-Waldhober, M., Tigchelaar, C., Adjei, A., Hamilton, L., & Gram-Hanssen, K. A comparative study of homeowners’ behavior and attitude towards energy efficiency home improvements and Energy Performance Certificates in four European countries
Lauper, E., Moser, S., Fischer, M., & Schlachter, I. Behavior change in noise-producing activities
Schwarze, A., Deppe, B., Kurrat, M., & Eggert, F. Applying the SORKC-model to the analysis and modification of energy consumption behavior
   
AUD 12 Environmental aesthetics & preferences
Colenberg, S. E. Person-centered design in Dutch architecture
Galan-Diaz, C., Conniff, A., Craig, T., & Pearson, D. G. The stability of preference over time and its relationship with emotion: A case study
Halim, D.K., & Weber, C. The need of green space (n-Green) among French and Indonesian urban dwellers
Reuss, M., Zoellner, J., & Schweizer-Ries, P. Visual experience of wind energy and its influence on landscape preference
van der Jagt, A. P. N., Pearson, D. G., Craig, T., & Anable, J. Environmental beauty: Informational characteristics or scene content?
   
Senaatszaal Effect of light & sound on human functioning
Galetzka, M., Moolenaar, N. M., Sleegers, P. J. C., & Pruyn, A. Th. H. Shedding light on learning: The impact of dynamic lighting on school outcomes
Klatte, M., Lachmann, T., & Meis, M. Effects of noise and reverberation on verbal short-term memory in young adults in a classroom-like setting
Smolders, K. H. J. C., & de Kort, Y. A. W. Alerting and vitalizing effects of color temperature during daytime: Findings on subjective and objective indicators
Smolders, K. H. J. C., & de Kort, Y. A. W. Daily light exposure and feelings of alertness and vitality: Intermediate results of a longitudinal study
Steidle, A., Hanke, E.-V., & Werth, L. Bright logic and creative shots in the dark: Illumination affects thinking styles and cognitive performance
   
   
Session 6: Tuesday, Sept. 27, 16:30-18:00
Blauwe Zaal Barriers to behavioral change
Bissing-Olson, M. J., Fielding, K. S., & Iyer, A. Relationships between daily affect and pro-environmental behavior at work: The moderating role of pro-environmental attitude
Dütschke, E., & Peters, A. Rebound effects from a psychological perspective – A theoretical framework
Matthies, E., & Kastner, I. Habits as barriers to the adoption of new energy efficient behaviors - Implications for intervention
Ohtomo, S., & Hirose, Y. The inhibiting effect of unintended motivation for wastage on energy conservation behavior
Paukovic, M., de Best-Waldhober, M., Itaoka, K., Saito, A., Dowd, A. M., & Ashworth, P. Effects of lay understanding of CO2 on attitudes of carbon capture and storage in Japan, The Netherlands and Australia
   
AUD 4 SYMPOSIUM: Transport policy and evaluation
Organizers: Dziekan, K., Gehlert, T., & Gärling, T. 
   
AUD 11 Acceptance of sustainable technology
Lentini, L., Barbier, M., & Dardenne, B. Close residents of wind farms: What predicts their acceptance and rejection behaviors?
Rau, I., Zoellner, J., & Schweizer-Ries, P. Participation and acceptance of changes concerning the energy supply system and the role of justice in planning and decision making processes
Stragier, J., Hauttekeete, L., & de Marez, L. Adoption potential estimation for smart metering in Flanders
Syarova, I. H., Rögele, S., & Schweizer-Ries, P. Green keeps it going – How the use of renewable energies affects the acceptance of e-mobility
Zoellner, J., Rau, I., & Schweizer-Ries, P. Public acceptance of biogas plants
   
AUD 12 Healing environments
de Vos, F. The building, growth and applications of a model for holistic healing environments
Kuliga, S. F., Tanja-Dijkstra, K., & Verhoeven, F. Wa(tc)sh out! The effects of cues of being watched on implicit activation of norms and hand disinfection behavior
Marcheschi, E., Johansson, M., Brunt, D., & Laike, T. The physical environment of supported housing for people with severe mental illness
Okken, V. S., van Rompay, T. J. L., & Pruyn, A. Th. H. Effects of brightness and perceived threat on patients' willingness to self-disclose
Payne, S. R., Cain, R., Marshall, P., & Smith, J. Identifying environmental stressors for staff in an Emergency Department and co-designing solutions
   
Senaatszaal SYMPOSIUM: Environmental connectedness: What is it and how may it help in the prediction of wellbeing and pro-environmental behaviours? 
Organizers: Hinds, J. & Kaiser, F. G.
   
   
Session 7: Wednesday, Sept. 28, 10:15-11:45
Blauwe Zaal Norms & sustainable behavior
Ando, K., Yorifuji, K., Ohnuma, S., & Sugiura, J. Transmitting the environmental norm from parents to children: 3 years longitudinal survey
Bertoldo, R. B., Castro, P., & Serdült, S. Do you want me to be green? The normative status of sustainability in Portugal and Brazil
Kufleitner, A., & Seebauer, S. Mediators of the relation of social norms with personal norms in the context of purchasing low carbon food
McDonald, R. I., Fielding, K. S., & Louis, W. R. Environmental behavior across contexts: the impact of multiple ingroup norms on individual behavior
Tilyard, B. A.,& Milfont, T. L. Seeing green and becoming green: Applying normative social influence to foster environmental engagement
   
AUD 4 SYMPOSIUM: User acceptance of guided charging: Results of a field study
Organizers: Dziekan, K., Gehlert, T., & Gärling, T. 
   
AUD 11 SYMPOSIUM: Strategies to change behavior: The effectiveness and acceptability of different types of strategies to change behavior
Organizers: van der Werff, E., & Unal, A. B. 
   
AUD 12 Street lighting, stress & safety
Franěk, M., & van Noorden, L. The influence of environmental properties and music on walking speed of pedestrians
Haans, A., van Osch, T. H. J., & de Kort, Y. A. W. Dynamic road lighting and perceived personal safety of pedestrians
Kuhn, L., Johansson, M., & Laike, T. Conventional lighting versus LED-lighting. Residents’ perception of quality of light, accessibility and danger
Reuss, M., & Schweizer-Ries, P. First results of the implementation of an ICT based smart street lighting system
   
Senaatszaal Restoration III
Felsten, G. Perceived attention restoration and perceived stress recovery of attractive and less attractive natural, urban, and mixed scenes
Kelz, C., Grote, V., & Moser, M. Interior wood use in classrooms reduces pupils’ stress levels
Ratcliffe, E., & Freeman, J. Relationships between airside views and attention restoration in airport environments – exploratory studies
von Lindern, E., Bauer, N., Frick, J., & Hunziker, M. Restoration revisited: The Swiss and the forest
Wegner, A. Direct involvement in physical environment still matters: Psychological and social benefits of gardening
   
   
Session 8: Wednesday, Sept. 28, 12:30-14:00
AUD 15 Office environments: Energy consumption & certification (from 12:30 to 13:40)
Brensing, J., Schweizer-Ries, P., Thewes, A., & Maas, S. The influence of objective and perceived room climate control on user satisfaction in the context of reduced energy consumption in office buildings and schools – An interdisciplinary view
Kientzel, J., & Kok. G. Adoption of voluntary environmental building rating schemes: A reasoned action perspective on building professionals' behavior
Littleford, C., Ryley, T. J., & Firth, S. K. The energy consumption behaviour of individual office workers: Influences of context, control and norms
Schakib-Ekbatan, K., Schweizer-Ries, P., & Wagner, A. Does building energy standard make a difference? Results from post occupancy evaluation in office buildings in Germany
   
AUD 4 Sustainable cars: Novel technologies
Huijts, N., Molin, E., & van Wee, B. The antecedents of intention to act in favor or against a hydrogen refueling station
Schütte, A. K., Irrgang, J., & Schweizer-Ries, P. Systemic diagnosis and intervention concerning stakeholders’ acceptance of bio-fuels in Germany
Verberne, F. M. F., Midden, C., & Ham, J. How to trust and accept automation technology in cars
Verbrugge, K., & Hauttekeete, L. The drive to drive electric: A combined approach toward user motivation and adoption of plug-in electric vehicles
   
AUD 11 Climate change: Risks, worries, hopes & optimism
Böhm, G., Bostrom, A., O'Connor, R., & Hanss, D. Climate change: The relationship between causal beliefs, risk perceptions, and preferences for policy actions
Lammel, A. Going back again and again: Cognitive inconsistency in the elaboration of climate change representation
Liebler, K., Reisse, K.,& Spada, H. Risk perception and emotions as reactions to regional consequences of global climate change
Ojala, M. Regulating worry, promoting hope: How children, adolescents, and young adults cope psychologically with climate change
Soland, M. Optimism towards green technologies and personal responsibility for environmentally sound behaviour
   
AUD 12 The self & others in sustainable behavior
Boeve-de Pauw, J., Jacobs, K., & van Petegem, P. Are gender differences in environmental values methodological artefacts? Factorial invariance of the 2-MEV across gender
Brudermann, T., Dobernig, K., & Stagl, S. Environmentally harmful behaviors: Insights from social neuroscience
Hanss, D., & Böhm, G. A social dilemma approach to sustainable consumption: The role of value orientation, time perspective, and self-efficacy beliefs with regard to encouraging others
Milfont, T. L., Davis, L, & Konrad, C. Views of the self and environmental attitudes: An experimental examination
Taufik, D., Bolderdijk, J. W., Keizer, K. E., & Steg, L. Tailoring social feedback: The role of reference group relevancy
   
Senaatszaal SYMPOSIUM: Human relationships with nature, restoration and health
Organizers: Cervinka, R., & Corraliza, J. A.
Discussant: Galan-Diaz, C.
   
   
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