Gerhard Reese
Gerhard Reese
RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau
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A social identity model of pro-environmental action (SIMPEA).
I Fritsche, M Barth, P Jugert, T Masson, G Reese
Psychological Review 125 (2), 245, 2018
Anxiety and climate change: a validation of the Climate Anxiety Scale in a German-speaking quota sample and an investigation of psychological correlates
MC Wullenkord, J Tröger, KRS Hamann, LS Loy, G Reese
Climatic Change 168 (3), 20, 2021
Global human identification and citizenship: A review of psychological studies
S McFarland, J Hackett, K Hamer, I Katzarska‐Miller, A Malsch, G Reese, ...
Political Psychology 40, 141-171, 2019
A towel less: Social norms enhance pro-environmental behavior in hotels
G Reese, K Loew, G Steffgen
The Journal of Social Psychology 154 (2), 97-100, 2014
Social identities in a globalized world: Challenges and opportunities for collective action
A Rosenmann, G Reese, JE Cameron
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11, 202-221, 2016
Modelling the drivers of a widespread shift to sustainable diets
S Eker, G Reese, M Obersteiner
Nature Sustainability 2 (8), 725-735, 2019
My influence on the world (of others): Goal efficacy beliefs and efficacy affect predict private, public, and activist pro‐environmental behavior
KRS Hamann, G Reese
Journal of Social Issues 76 (1), 35-53, 2020
Identification with all humanity: The role of self‐definition and self‐investment
G Reese, J Proch, C Finn
European Journal of Social Psychology 45 (4), 426-440, 2015
Principles of environmental justice and pro-environmental action: A two-step process model of moral anger and responsibility to act
G Reese, L Jacob
Environmental Science & Policy 51, 88-94, 2015
From equality‐based respect to environmental activism: Antecedents and consequences of global identity
D Renger, G Reese
Political Psychology 38 (5), 867-879, 2017
Common human identity and the path to global climate justice
G Reese
Climatic Change 134, 521 - 531, 2016
Individual differences in responses to global inequality
G Reese, J Proch, JC Cohrs
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 14 (1), 217-238, 2014
Feeling global, acting ethically: Global identification and fairtrade consumption
G Reese, F Kohlmann
The Journal of Social Psychology 155 (2), 98-106, 2015
Affixing the theory of normative conduct (to your mailbox): Injunctive and descriptive norms as predictors of anti-ads sticker use
KRS Hamann, G Reese, D Seewald, DC Loeschinger
Journal of Environmental Psychology 44, 1-9, 2015
Keep on rockin’in a (plastic-) free world: Collective efficacy and pro-environmental intentions as a function of task difficulty
G Reese, EA Junge
Sustainability 9 (2), 200, 2017
Get together, feel together, act together: International personal contact increases identification with humanity and global collective action
AK Römpke, I Fritsche, G Reese
Journal of Theoretical Social Psychology 3 (1), 35-48, 2019
We are the world—and they are not: Prototypicality for the world community, legitimacy, and responses to global inequality
G Reese, A Berthold, MC Steffens
Political Psychology 33 (5), 683-700, 2012
When and how social movements mobilize action within and across nations to promote solidarity with refugees
EF Thomas, LGE Smith, C McGarty, G Reese, A Kende, AM Bliuc, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 49 (2), 213-229, 2019
SARS-Cov-2 and environmental protection: A collective psychology agenda for environmental psychology research
G Reese, KRS Hamann, LM Heidbreder, LS Loy, C Menzel, S Neubert, ...
Journal of Environmental Psychology 70, 101444, 2020
On the relationship between Openness to Experience, political orientation, and pro-environmental behavior
SA Klein, DW Heck, G Reese, BE Hilbig
Personality and Individual Differences 138, 344-348, 2019
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