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  • Social influence
  • Sustainable tourism
  • Sustainable consumption
  • Perception about climate change
  • PSYK111 Introduction to psychology and the history of psychology
  • PSYK113 Introduction to methods
  • PSYK116 Environmental Psychology
  • MAPSYK304 Research Perspectives in Social and Cognitive Psychology
  • 2020. What do people believe will be the most important impacts of climate change in Norway?
  • 2020. Political orientation moderates the relationship between climate change beliefs and worry about climate change. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-12.
  • 2020. Individual and local flooding experiences are differentially associated with subjective attribution and climate change concern. Climatic Change. 1-13.
  • 2020. Exposure to the IPCC special report on 1.5 ?C global warming is linked to perceived threat and increased concern about climate change. Climatic Change. 361-375.
  • 2020. Bør økonomisk vekst prioriteres foran miljøinteresser? Energi og Klima : Norsk klimastiftelses nettmagasin.
  • 2019. What makes tourist experiences interesting. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-12.
  • 2019. Understanding (un-)sustainable consumption in tourism settings.
  • 2019. The effects of the IPCC special report on global warming of 1.5C on climate change concern in Norway.
  • 2019. Socially desirable responding: the case of self-reported values in tourism surveys. Current Issues in Tourism. 127-132.
  • 2019. Predictors of worry about climate change across Europe.
  • 2019. Perceived Consumer Effectiveness.
  • 2019. Pathways to energy transition: A faceted taxonomy. International Studies of Management and Organization. 303-319.
  • 2019. Laypeople associations with energy transition pathways in Norway and Germany.
  • 2019. Hvorfor er det så vanskelig å få folk til å handle på best mulig måte for miljøet? Hvordan bør vi kommunisere disse spørsmålene for å sikre best mulig atferd?
  • 2019. Complexity and Simplification in Understanding Travel Preferences Among Tourists. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-9.
  • 2018. Using card sorting to explore the mental representation of energy transition pathways among laypeople. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-11.
  • 2018. Laypeople's affective images of energy transition pathways. Frontiers in Psychology. 1-15.
  • 2018. Consequence evaluations and moral concerns about climate change: insights from nationally representative surveys across four European countries. Journal of Risk Research.
  • 2017. Public perceptions of energy transition pathways.
  • 2017. Public perceptions of energy transition pathways.
  • 2017. Public Acceptance of Energy Supply Systems: A Comparison Across Norway, UK, France, and Germany.
  • 2017. Psykologi: Hva tenker folk om energiomstilling?
  • 2017. How psychology can stimulate tourist experience studies. 13-29. In:
    • 2017. Visitor Experience Design. CABI Publishing.
  • 2017. How do laypeople categorize energy transition pathways?
  • 2017. Food Risk Judgments in Chinese and Australian Tourists.
  • 2017. Consequence evaluations and moral concerns about climate change: Insights from nationally representative surveys across four European countries.
  • 2017. Can social comparison feedback affect indicators of eco-friendly travel choices? Insights from two online experiments. Sustainability. 1-15.
  • 2017. Australian Peking Duck or Chinese kangaroo steak? On the preference of familiar and unfamiliar food.
  • 2016. The relative importance of social and personal norms in explaining intentions to choose eco-friendly travel options. The international journal of tourism research. 159-166.
  • 2016. Sustainable consumption of groceries: the importance of believing that one can contribute to sustainable development. Sustainable Development. 357-370.
  • 2016. Multilevel analysis of hospitality and tourism.
  • 2016. Intentions to make sustainable tourism choices: do value orientations, time perspective, and efficacy beliefs explain individual differences? Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism. 223-238.
  • 2016. Eco-friendly travelling: The relevance of perceived norms and social comparison .
  • 2016. Comparison between own and others’ travel motives: A research note. Tourism and Hospitality Research. 260-265.
  • 2016. Am I willing to make an effort to protect the environment? Maybe, just let me check with the others first!
  • 2015. What makes a meal interesting? Peking duck fo rthe Chinese in China - or Paella for Aussies in Norway?
  • 2015. The role of social uncertainty in the context of sustainable tourism.
  • 2015. Revisiting the optimistic bias in food risk perception.
  • 2015. No time for smokescreen skepticism: A rejoinder to Shani and Arad. Tourism Management. 341-347.
  • 2015. Multilevel analysis in hospitality and tourism research: A didactic example.
  • 2015. Different but similar: Social comparison of travel motives among tourists. The international journal of tourism research. 555-563.
  • 2015. Denying bogus skepticism in climate change and tourism research. Tourism Management. 352-356.
  • 2015. Attitudes, efficacy beliefs, and willingness to pay for environmental protection when travelling. Tourism and Hospitality Research. 281-292.
  • 2014. The value of cruise tourism – some critical issues.
  • 2014. Norms and behavioural intentions in the context of sustainable tourism.
  • 2014. But what if I am the only one who contributes? Individual and social factors influencing cooperative behaviour in the context of sustainable tourism.
  • 2014. Are we all environmental tourists now? The role of biases in social comparison across and within tourists, and their implications. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. 1023-1036.
  • 2013. Travel motives and social perception: Preliminary findings from a study among tourists visiting Western Norway.
  • 2013. How dangerous is Norway? Risk perceptions before and after Utøya.
  • 2013. Food risks concern other tourists, not me.
  • 2013. Anything you can eat I can eat better - the better than average effect in tourists attitudes towards food.
  • 2012. Why are many talking about it, but very few acting? Insights from two field experiments on tourists’ perception of environmental concern.
  • 2012. July 22: Effects of the Utøya and Oslo terror on tourists’ risk judgments - some preliminary findings.
  • 2010. Lake Wobegon revisited: A study on comparative biases in tourists.
  • 2010. Is a typical tourist environmental concerned?

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