Kristian Steensen Nielsen
Kristian Steensen Nielsen
Research Associate, University of Cambridge, Department of Psychology
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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
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
A better carbon footprint label
J Thøgersen, KS Nielsen
Journal of Cleaner Production 125, 86-94, 2016
From prediction to process: A self-regulation account of environmental behavior change
KS Nielsen
Journal of Environmental Psychology 51, 189-198, 2017
The case for impact-focused environmental psychology
KS Nielsen, V Cologna, F Lange, C Brick, PC Stern
Journal of Environmental Psychology 74, 101559, 2021
The role of high-socioeconomic-status people in locking in or rapidly reducing energy-driven greenhouse gas emissions
KS Nielsen, KA Nicholas, F Creutzig, T Dietz, PC Stern
Nature Energy 6 (11), 1011-1016, 2021
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
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
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
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
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
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
The merits of goal support as a self-control strategy
KS Nielsen, JM Bauer
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (5), 671-680, 2019
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
The environmental impacts of clothing: Evidence from United States and three European countries
J Sohn, KS Nielsen, M Birkved, T Joanes, W Gwozdz
Sustainable Production and Consumption 27, 2153-2164, 2021
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
Revisiting the promise of carbon labelling
KMR Taufique, KS Nielsen, T Dietz, R Shwom, PC Stern, ...
Nature Climate Change 12, 132–140, 2022
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
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
The role of self-regulation in environmental behavior change
KS Nielsen
Frederiksberg: Copenhagen Business School (CBS), 2019
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