Explicit (but not implicit) environmentalist identity predicts pro-environmental behavior and policy preferences

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Description: Examining how identification with environmentalists predict environmental opinions and behavior

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The purpose of this study is to examine how identification and attitudes toward environmentalists predict pro-environmental behavior. After consent, participants will take several questionnaires assessing their attitudes and identification toward environmentalists and several questionnaires assessing pro-environmental behavior. Then, they will take an implicit measure to assess implicit attitudes ...

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    Awareness of environmental problems has increased dramatically over recent decades, but individual action to address environmental issues has remained...

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