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Emotions predict policy support: Why it matters how people feel about climate change
Susie Wang, Zoe Leviston, Mark Hurlstone, Carmen Lawrence, Iain Walker
Global Environmental Change, 25-40, 2018
2462018
Climate change from a distance: An analysis of construal level and psychological distance from climate change
S Wang, M Hurlstone, Z Leviston, I Walker, C Lawrence
Frontiers in Psychology, Special Issue: The Cognitive Psychology of Climate …, 2019
1782019
Public engagement with climate imagery in a changing digital landscape
S Wang, A Corner, D Chapman, E Markowitz
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 2017
1422017
Activating the legacy motive mitigates intergenerational discounting in the climate game
MJ Hurlstone, A Price, S Wang, Z Leviston, I & Walker
Global Environmental Change, 2020
492020
Emissions Gap Report 2020
A Olhoff, T Kuramochi, M den Elzen, GP Peters, C Bergh, M Crippa, ...
402020
Bridging the gap–the role of equitable low-carbon lifestyles
S Capstick, R Khosla, S Wang, N van den Berg, D Ivanova, IM Otto, ...
UNEP.(2020). The Emissions Gap Report, 2020
322020
Britain Talks Climate: A toolkit for engaging the British public on climate change
S Wang, A Corner, J Nicholls
Climate Outreach, 2020
312020
Construal-level theory and psychological distancing: Implications for grand environmental challenges
S Wang, C Hurlstone, M.J., Leviston, Z., Walker, I., Lawrence
One Earth 4, 482-486, 2021
272021
Cooperation Studies of Catastrophe Avoidance: Implications for Climate Negotiations
MJ Hurlstone, S Wang, A Price, Z Leviston, I Walker
Climatic Change, 2016
182016
Neuroscience and climate change: How brain recordings can help us understand human responses to climate change
S Wang, B van den Berg
Current Opinion in Psychology, 2021
162021
Communicating Environmental and Sustainability Science: Challenges, opportunities, and the changing political context
A Corner, C Shaw, J Clarke, S Wang
Climate Outreach, 2018
142018
Comparing coronavirus (COVID-19) and climate change perceptions: Implications for support for individual and collective-level policies
W Poortinga, B Latter, S Wang
Frontiers in Psychology, 5882, 2022
112022
Evaluating effective public engagement: local stories from a global network of IPCC scientists
R Pidcock, K Heath, L Messling, S Wang, A Pirani, S Connors, A Corner, ...
Climactic Change 168 (Climate Change Communication & the IPCC), 2021
92021
How Does the Framing of Climate Change Affect the Conclusions Reached in Climate Asemblies
C Shaw, S Wang, B Latter
Draft Research Briefing for Knowledge Network on Climate Assemblies …, 2021
62021
Britain Talks COP26: New insights on what the UK public want from the UN climate summit
S Wang, B Latter, J Nicholls, A Sawas, C Shaw
Climate Outreach, 2021
52021
Achieving low-carbon and equitable lifestyle change. CAST briefing paper 06.
S Capstick, S Wang, R Khosla, A Corner
CAST Briefing Paper, 2020
32020
Climate change from a distance: psychological distance and personal engagement with climate change
S Wang
University of Western Australia, 2019
22019
Nature visuals: diversity in images of England’s green and natural spaces
T Smith, S Wang, B Latter, D Chapman, J Larkin
Natural England, 2021
12021
Clean air captures attention whereas pollution distracts: evidence from brain activities
J Yang, Y Liu, B van den Berg, S Wang, L Chen, M Liu, J Bi
Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 18 (4), 41, 2024
2024
Implicit Bias
I Walker, S Wang
The Routledge International Handbook of Discrimination, Prejudice and …, 2022
2022
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