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Alexa Spence
Alexa Spence
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The psychological distance of climate change
A Spence, W Poortinga, N Pidgeon
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 32 (6), 957-972, 2012
12982012
Perceptions of climate change and willingness to save energy related to flood experience
A Spence, W Poortinga, C Butler, NF Pidgeon
Nature climate change 1 (1), 46-49, 2011
10572011
Framing and communicating climate change: The effects of distance and outcome frame manipulations
A Spence, N Pidgeon
Global Environmental Change 20 (4), 656-667, 2010
8852010
Uncertain climate: An investigation into public scepticism about anthropogenic climate change
W Poortinga, A Spence, L Whitmarsh, S Capstick, NF Pidgeon
Global environmental change 21 (3), 1015-1024, 2011
7922011
Smart grids, smart users? The role of the user in demand side management
M Goulden, B Bedwell, S Rennick-Egglestone, T Rodden, A Spence
Energy research & social science 2, 21-29, 2014
4062014
Nuclear power, climate change and energy security: Exploring British public attitudes
A Corner, D Venables, A Spence, W Poortinga, C Demski, N Pidgeon
Energy Policy 39 (9), 4823-4833, 2011
3782011
Experience of extreme weather affects climate change mitigation and adaptation responses
C Demski, S Capstick, N Pidgeon, RG Sposato, A Spence
Climatic Change 140, 149-164, 2017
3332017
Intervening to change behaviour and save energy in the workplace: A systematic review of available evidence
SC Staddon, C Cycil, M Goulden, C Leygue, A Spence
Energy Research & Social Science 17, 30-51, 2016
1932016
Creating a national citizen engagement process for energy policy
N Pidgeon, C Demski, C Butler, K Parkhill, A Spence
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (supplement_4), 13606-13613, 2014
1932014
Public values for energy system change
C Demski, C Butler, KA Parkhill, A Spence, NF Pidgeon
Global Environmental Change 34, 59-69, 2015
1842015
Examining consumer behavior toward genetically modified (GM) food in Britain
A Spence, E Townsend
Risk Analysis 26 (3), 657-670, 2006
1622006
Public perceptions of climate change and energy futures in Britain: Summary findings of a survey conducted in January-March 2010
A Spence, D Venables, N Pidgeon, W Poortinga, C Demski
Understanding Risk Group 10 (1), 2010
1512010
Public perceptions of energy choices: The influence of beliefs about climate change and the environment
A Spence, W Poortinga, N Pidgeon, I Lorenzoni
Energy & environment 21 (5), 385-407, 2010
1402010
Psychology, climate change & sustainable bahaviour
A Spence, N Pidgeon
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 51 (6), 8-18, 2009
1382009
Engaging with energy reduction: Does a climate change frame have the potential for achieving broader sustainable behaviour?
A Spence, C Leygue, B Bedwell, C O'malley
Journal of Environmental Psychology 38, 17-28, 2014
1272014
Transforming the UK Energy System: Public Values, Attitudes and Acceptability-Synthesis Report
K Parkhill, CC Demski, C Butler, A Spence, NF Pidgeon
UKERC, 2013
1202013
Exploring early public responses to geoengineering
N Pidgeon, A Corner, K Parkhill, A Spence, C Butler, W Poortinga
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2012
1042012
Bringing appraisal theory to environmental risk perception: a review of conceptual approaches of the past 40 years and suggestions for future research
C Keller, A Bostrom, M Kuttschreuter, L Savadori, A Spence, M White
Journal of risk research 15 (3), 237-256, 2012
1042012
Caught in the middle: The role of the Facilities Manager in organisational energy use
M Goulden, A Spence
Energy Policy 85, 280-287, 2015
1032015
Individual-motivational factors in the acceptability of demand-side and supply-side measures to reduce carbon emissions
W Poortinga, A Spence, C Demski, NF Pidgeon
Energy Policy 48, 812-819, 2012
972012
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