Thijs Bouman
Thijs Bouman
Assistant Professor in Environmental Psychology, University of Groningen
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When worry about climate change leads to climate action: How values, worry and personal responsibility relate to various climate actions
T Bouman, M Verschoor, CJ Albers, G Böhm, SD Fisher, W Poortinga, ...
Global Environmental Change 62, 102061, 2020
Measuring values in environmental research: A test of an environmental portrait value questionnaire
T Bouman, L Steg, HAL Kiers
Frontiers in psychology 9, 564, 2018
Peer and self-reports of victimization and bullying: Their differential association with internalizing problems and social adjustment
T Bouman, M van der Meulen, FA Goossens, T Olthof, MM Vermande, ...
Journal of school psychology 50 (6), 759-774, 2012
Motivating society-wide pro-environmental change
T Bouman, L Steg
One Earth 1 (1), 27-30, 2019
Insights from early COVID-19 responses about promoting sustainable action
T Bouman, L Steg, T Dietz
Nature Sustainability 4 (3), 194-200, 2021
I am vs. we are: how biospheric values and environmental identity of individuals and groups can influence pro-environmental behaviour
X Wang, E Van der Werff, T Bouman, MK Harder, L Steg
Frontiers in psychology 12, 618956, 2021
The value of what others value: When perceived biospheric group values influence individuals’ pro-environmental engagement
T Bouman, L Steg, SJ Zawadzki
Journal of Environmental Psychology 71, 101470, 2020
Effects of trust and public participation on acceptability of renewable energy projects in the Netherlands and China
L Liu, T Bouman, G Perlaviciute, L Steg
Energy Research & Social Science 53, 137-144, 2019
Meta-analytic evidence for a robust and positive association between individuals’ pro-environmental behaviors and their subjective wellbeing
SJ Zawadzki, L Steg, T Bouman
Environmental Research Letters 15 (12), 123007, 2020
Environmental values and identities at the personal and group level
T Bouman, E Van der Werff, G Perlaviciute, L Steg
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 42, 47-53, 2021
From values to climate action
T Bouman, L Steg, G Perlaviciute
Current Opinion in Psychology 42, 102-107, 2021
Effects of competence-and integrity-based trust on public acceptability of renewable energy projects in China and the Netherlands
L Liu, T Bouman, G Perlaviciute, L Steg
Journal of Environmental Psychology 67, 101390, 2020
Public participation in decision making, perceived procedural fairness and public acceptability of renewable energy projects
L Liu, T Bouman, G Perlaviciute, L Steg
Energy and Climate Change 1, 100013, 2020
A Part of the Energy\" In Crowd\": Changing People's Energy Behavior via Group-Based Approaches
L Jans, T Bouman, K Fielding
IEEE Power and Energy Magazine 16 (1), 35-41, 2018
Threat by association: Do distant intergroup threats carry‐over into local intolerance?
T Bouman, M van Zomeren, S Otten
British Journal of Social Psychology 53 (3), 405-421, 2014
Towards circular economy for more sustainable apparel consumption: testing the value-belief-norm theory in Brazil and in The Netherlands
GM Gomes, N Moreira, T Bouman, AR Ometto, E van der Werff
Sustainability 14 (2), 618, 2022
Translating climate beliefs into action in a changing political landscape
SJ Zawadzki, T Bouman, L Steg, V Bojarskich, PB Druen
Climatic Change 161, 21-42, 2020
Engaging city residents in climate action: Addressing the personal and group value-base behind residents’ climate actions
T Bouman, L Steg
Urbanisation 7 (1_suppl), S26-S41, 2020
When threats foreign turn domestic: Two ways for distant realistic intergroup threats to carry over into local intolerance
T Bouman, M van Zomeren, S Otten
British Journal of Social Psychology 54 (3), 581-600, 2015
The more public influence, the better? The effects of full versus shared influence on public acceptability of energy projects in the Netherlands and China
L Liu, T Bouman, G Perlaviciute, L Steg
Energy Research & Social Science 81, 102286, 2021
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