Are you paying attention? How pro-environmental tendencies relate to attentional processes

Meis-Harris J, Eyssel F, Kashima Y (2021)
Journal of Environmental Psychology 74: 101591.

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Meis-Harris, Julia; Eyssel, FriederikeUniBi ; Kashima, Yoshihisa
Abstract / Bemerkung
In a world filled with human artefacts, sustainable living depends on people paying attention to and using environmentally beneficial objects, and avoiding environmentally harmful ones. In two studies, we investigate whether Australians and Germans with stronger pro-environmental tendencies (i.e., different types of measures that tap the goal of protecting the environment) pay more attention to signs and objects that help or hinder the pursuit of the environmental protection goal. We are further interested in whether visual priming and cultural background affect the attentional process. Regardless of priming, Australians and Germans who frequently engage in pro-environmental behaviours are visually attentive to environmentally harmful objects such as paper cups and cars, but do not seem to attend more to environmentally beneficial objects such as reusable bags or trams. Insights gained from the studies help to understand the goal-attention link in an environmental context and the instigation and maintenance of sustainable behaviours.
Stichworte
Pro-environmental behaviour; Pro-environmental tendencies; Goal-attention link; Priming; Dot probe task; Implicit environmental; attitudes; Culture
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
Zeitschriftentitel
Journal of Environmental Psychology
Band
74
Art.-Nr.
101591
ISSN
0272-4944
eISSN
1522-9610
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2955372

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Meis-Harris J, Eyssel F, Kashima Y. Are you paying attention? How pro-environmental tendencies relate to attentional processes. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 2021;74: 101591.
Meis-Harris, J., Eyssel, F., & Kashima, Y. (2021). Are you paying attention? How pro-environmental tendencies relate to attentional processes. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 74, 101591. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvp.2021.101591
Meis-Harris, J., Eyssel, F., and Kashima, Y. (2021). Are you paying attention? How pro-environmental tendencies relate to attentional processes. Journal of Environmental Psychology 74:101591.
Meis-Harris, J., Eyssel, F., & Kashima, Y., 2021. Are you paying attention? How pro-environmental tendencies relate to attentional processes. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 74: 101591.
J. Meis-Harris, F. Eyssel, and Y. Kashima, “Are you paying attention? How pro-environmental tendencies relate to attentional processes”, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol. 74, 2021, : 101591.
Meis-Harris, J., Eyssel, F., Kashima, Y.: Are you paying attention? How pro-environmental tendencies relate to attentional processes. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 74, : 101591 (2021).
Meis-Harris, Julia, Eyssel, Friederike, and Kashima, Yoshihisa. “Are you paying attention? How pro-environmental tendencies relate to attentional processes”. Journal of Environmental Psychology 74 (2021): 101591.

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