But how do you feel about climate change? Assessing affective reactions to climate change


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Sample size: 600 Field period: 09/13/2010-03/08/2011 Abstract: Emotions (empathy and distress, worry, guilt and shame, boredom, pride, and hope about climate change, as well as beliefs about climate change were associated with willingness to take personal action to address climate change. Viewing an image of a polar bear and koala and reading that these animals were harmed by climate change incr...


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