Aktuelle Publikationen von Fachgruppenmitgliedern

2019/in press.

Assmann, T., Bobeth, S., & Fischer, E. (2019). A Conceptual Framework for Planning Transhipment Facilities for Cargo Bikes in Last Mile Logistics. In E. Nathanail, I. Karakikes (eds.), Data Analytics: Paving the Way to Sustainable Urban Mobility. CSUM 2018. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, (pp. 575-582), vol 879. Cham: Springer.

Blöbaum, A. & Wallis, H. (2019). Freiwilligenarbeit im Naturschutz Motivation und Hemmnisse. Natur und Landschaft, 94(3), 98-102.

Blöbaum, A. & Matthies, E. (2019).  Eine Frage der richtigen Strategie Psychologische Faktoren für (umwelt-)politisches Engagement. Politische Ökologie, 156, 80-85.

Fromhold-Eisebith, M., Grote, U., Matthies, E., Messner, D., Pittel, K., Schellnhuber, H.J., Schieferdecker, I., Schlacke,S. & Schneidewind, U. (WBGU German Advisory Council on Global Change) (2019). Our Common Digital Future. Berlin: WBGU.

Henn, L., Taube, O., & Kaiser, F. G. (in press). The role of environmental attitude in the efficacy of smart-meter-based feedback interventions. Journal of Environmental Psy­chology.

Klein, S. A., Heck, D. W., Reese, G., & Hilbig, B. E. (2019). On the relationship between Openness to Experience, political orientation, and pro-environmental behavior. Personality and Individual Differences, 138, 344-348. doi: https://10.1016/j.paid.2018.10.017

Matthies, E. & Schmidt, K. (2019). Häusliche Lebensmittelverschwendung Häusliche Lebensmittelverschwendung im Fokus (umwelt-)psychologischer Interventionsforschung. Report Psychologie, 44(2), 7-9.

Reese, G., Rosenmann, A., & Cameron, J.E. (2019). The Psychology of Globalization: Identity, Ideology, & Action. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier.

Roempke, A.-K., Fritsche, I., & Reese, G. (2019). Get together, feel together, act together: International personal contact increases identification with humanity and global collective action. Journal of Theoretical Social Psychology, 3, 35-48.

Schmidt, K. (2018). Häusliche Lebensmittelverschwendung im Fokus umweltpsychologischer Interventionsforschung – Eine Untersuchung zum individuellen Spontankaufverhalten privater Konsument*innen.  Umweltpsychologie, 22(2), 119-152.


Evans, G., Otto, S., Kaiser, F. G., (2018). Childhood Origins of Young Adult Environmental Behavior. Psychological Science, 29, 679-687.

Ivanova, D., Vita, G., Wood, R., Lausselet, C., Dumitru, A., Krause, K., Macsinga, I. & Hertwich, E.G. (2018). Carbon mitigation in domains of high consumer lock-in. Global Environmental Change, 52, 117-130. doi: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2018.06.006

Jaeger-Erben, M. & Matthies, E. (2018). Gutes Leben in der Stadt. Ein umweltpsychologischer Beitrag zum Verstehen und Erfassen urbaner Lebensqualität. In A. Jüttemann (Hrsg.), Stadtpsychologie. Handbuch als Planungsgrundlage (S. 81 – 96). Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers.

Kastner, I. & Bobeth, S. (2018). How Households Adopt Sustainable Innovations? A Free Decision Enforced by Others. Journal of Energy. doi: 10.1155/2018/8960372

Lange, F., Steinke, A., & Dewitte, S. (2018). The Pro-Environmental Behavior Task: A laboratory measure of actual pro-environmental behavior. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 56, 46-54. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvp.2018.02.007

Matthies E. & Wallis H. (2018).  Was kann die Umweltpsychologie zu einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung beitragen?. In: Schmitt C. & Bamberg E. (Hrsg.), Psychologie und Nachhaltigkeit (S. 37 – 46).Wiesbaden: Springer.

Neaman, A., Otto, S., & Vinokur, E. (2018). Toward an integrated approach to environmental and prosocial education. Sustainability, 10, 583.

Otto, S., Kröhne, U., & Richter, D. (2018). The dominance of introspective measures and what this implies: The example of environmental attitude. PLOS ONE, 13(2), e0192907.

Otto, S., & Wittenberg, I. (2018). Die Praxis der Energiewende, ihre zwei Determinanten aus psychologischer Sicht und wie man Rebound vermeiden kann. [The reality of the energy transition, its two psychological determinant and how to avoid rebound]. In E. Bamberg & C. T. Schmitt (Eds.), Psychologie und Nachhaltigkeit. Konzeptionelle Grundlagen, Anwendungsbeispiele und Zukunftsperspektiven [Psychology and sustainability. Basic concepts, applications and future perspectives] (pp. 191-201). Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.

Otto, S., & Wittenberg, I. (2018). Technology and Motives: The Challenge of Energy Consumption Behavior. In C. Büscher, J. Schippl & P. Sumpf (Eds.), Energy as Socio-technical Problem – An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Control, Change, and Action in Energy Transitions (pp.221-242). London: Routledge.

Schaal, S., Otto, S., Schaal, S., & Lude, A. (2018). Game-related enjoyment or personal pre-requisites – which is the crucial factor when using geogames to encourage adolescents to value local biodiversity. International Journal of Science Education, Part B, 1-14.

Schmidt, K. & Matthies, E. (2018). Where to start fighting the food waste problem? Identifying most promising entry points for intervention programs to reduce household food waste and overconsumption of food. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 149, 1-14. doi: 10.1016/j.resconrec.2018.07.023

Stern, P.C., Wittenberg, I., Wolske, K.S., & Kastner, I. (2018). Household Production of Photovoltaic Energy: Issues in Economic Behavior. In A. Lewis (ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Economic Behaviour (pp. 541-566). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Taube, O., Kibbe, A., Vetter, M., Adler, M., & Kaiser, F. G. (2018). Applying the Campbell Paradigm to sustainable travel behavior: Compensatory effects of environmental attitude and the transportation environment. Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour, 56, 392-407. doi: 10.1016/j.trf.2018.05.006

Wittenberg, I., & Matthies, E. (2018). How Do PV Households Use Their PV System and How is This Related to Their Energy Use? Renewable Energy, 122, 291-300. doi: 10.1016/j.renene.2018.01.091

Wittenberg, I., Blöbaum, A. & Matthies, E. (2018). Environmental motivations for energy use in PV households: Proposal of a modified norm activation model for the specific context of PV households. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 55, 110-120. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvp.2018.01.002