Kristian Steensen Nielsen
Kristian Steensen Nielsen
Research Associate, University of Cambridge, Department of Psychology
Verified email at cam.ac.uk
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An environmental perspective on clothing consumption: consumer segments and their behavioral patterns
W Gwozdz, KS Nielsen, T Müller
Sustainability 9 (5), 762, 2017
1092017
A better carbon footprint label
J Thøgersen, KS Nielsen
Journal of Cleaner Production 125, 86-94, 2016
772016
How psychology can help limit climate change
KS Nielsen, S Clayton, PC Stern, T Dietz, S Capstick, L Whitmarsh
American Psychologist 76 (1), 130–144, 2021
552021
From prediction to process: A self-regulation account of environmental behavior change
KS Nielsen
Journal of Environmental Psychology 51, 189-198, 2017
512017
Unraveling the relationship between trait self-control and subjective well-being: the mediating role of four self-control strategies
KS Nielsen, W Gwozdz, D De Ridder
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 706, 2019
162019
The case for impact-focused environmental psychology
KS Nielsen, V Cologna, F Lange, C Brick, PC Stern
Journal of Environmental Psychology 74, 101559, 2021
142021
Improving climate change mitigation analysis: A framework for examining feasibility
KS Nielsen, PC Stern, T Dietz, JM Gilligan, DP van Vuuren, MJ Figueroa, ...
One Earth 3 (3), 325-336, 2020
112020
Examining the relationship between trait self-control and stress: Evidence on generalizability and outcome variability
KS Nielsen, JM Bauer, W Hofmann
Journal of Research in Personality 84, 103901, 2020
102020
The merits of goal support as a self-control strategy
KS Nielsen, JM Bauer
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (5), 671-680, 2019
92019
Biodiversity conservation as a promising frontier for behavioural science
KS Nielsen, T Marteau, JM Bauer, RB Bradbury, S Broad, G Burgess, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 5, 550-556, 2021
52021
The relationship between fashion and style orientation and well-being
W Gwozdz, KS Nielsen, S Gupta, J Gentry
A Mistra Future Fashion Report 5, 2017
52017
Making theory useful for understanding high-impact behavior. A response to van Valkengoed et al., 2021
F Lange, KS Nielsen, V Cologna, C Brick, PC Stern
Journal of Environmental Psychology, 101611, 2021
42021
How behavioral interventions can reduce the climate impact of energy use
KS Nielsen, S van der Linden, PC Stern
Joule 4 (8), 1613-1616, 2020
42020
Report on geographic differences in acceptance of alternative business models
KS Nielsen, W Gwozdz
Mistra Future Fashion, 2018
42018
Reviewing the scope and thematic focus of 100 000 publications on energy consumption, services and social aspects of climate change: a big data approach to demand-side mitigation
F Creutzig, M Callaghan, A Ramakrishnan, A Javaid, L Niamir, J Minx, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (3), 033001, 2021
32021
Motivating sustainability through morality: A daily diary study on the link between moral self-control and clothing consumption
KS Nielsen, W Hofmann
Journal of Environmental Psychology, 101551, 2021
32021
From myths to action
MP Vandenbergh, KS Nielsen
Nature Climate Change 9 (1), 8-9, 2019
32019
Reality test: Users, innovation and sustainability
KR Nielsen, KS Nielsen, LA Reisch
European policymakers’ view on sustainable user innovation and …, 2015
32015
Making more effective use of human behavioural science in conservation interventions
A Balmford, RB Bradbury, JM Bauer, S Broad, G Burgess, M Burgman, ...
Biological Conservation 261, 109256, 2021
22021
The role of self-regulation in environmental behavior change
KS Nielsen
Frederiksberg: Copenhagen Business School (CBS), 2019
22019
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