Browsing Faculty of Psychology by Subject "travel choices"
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Can Social Comparison Feedback Affect Indicators of Eco-Friendly Travel Choices? Insights from Two Online Experiments (MDPI, 2017-01-29)Two online experiments explored the effects of social comparison feedback on indicators of eco-friendly travel choices. It was tested whether the chosen indicators are sensitive to the information conveyed, and if this ...Journal article
The relative importance of social and personal norms in explaining intentions to choose eco-friendly travel options (Wiley, 2015)Changes in current travel patterns are important in order to move towards a more sustainable future of tourism. This paper reports findings from a study (N = 762) investigating the relative importance of social and personal ...Journal article