Torsten Masson
Torsten Masson
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A social identity model of pro-environmental action (SIMPEA).
I Fritsche, M Barth, P Jugert, T Masson, G Reese
Psychological Review 125 (2), 245, 2018
Threat, coping and flood prevention–A meta-analysis
S Bamberg, T Masson, K Brewitt, N Nemetschek
Journal of Environmental Psychology 54, 116-126, 2017
Adherence to climate change‐related ingroup norms: Do dimensions of group identification matter?
T Masson, I Fritsche
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (5), 455-465, 2014
The behavioral turn in flood risk management, its assumptions and potential implications
C Kuhlicke, S Seebauer, P Hudson, C Begg, P Bubeck, C Dittmer, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (3), e1418, 2020
We need climate change mitigation and climate change mitigation needs the ‘We’: a state-of-the-art review of social identity effects motivating climate change action
T Masson, I Fritsche
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 42, 89-96, 2021
Collective responses to global challenges: The social psychology of pro-environmental action
M Barth, T Masson, I Fritsche, K Fielding, JR Smith
Journal of Environmental Psychology 74, 101562, 2021
Climate change action as a project of identity: Eight meta-analyses
S Vesely, T Masson, P Chokrai, AM Becker, I Fritsche, CA Klöckner, ...
Global Environmental Change 70, 102322, 2021
Collective climate action: When do people turn into collective environmental agents?
I Fritsche, T Masson
Current Opinion in Psychology 42, 114-119, 2021
Interactions between citizen responsibilization, flood experience and household resilience: insights from the 2013 flood in Germany
C Begg, M Ueberham, T Masson, C Kuhlicke
International journal of water resources development 33 (4), 591-608, 2017
Closing ranks: Ingroup norm conformity as a subtle response to threatening climate change
M Barth, T Masson, I Fritsche, CT Ziemer
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 21 (3), 497-512, 2018
Explaining the difference between the predictive power of value orientations and self-determined motivation for proenvironmental behavior
T Masson, S Otto
Journal of Environmental Psychology 73, 101555, 2021
Psychological predictors of energy saving behavior: a meta-analytic approach
G Carrus, L Tiberio, S Mastandrea, P Chokrai, I Fritsche, CA Kloeckner, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 648221, 2021
A capability approach to intergenerational justice? Examining the potential of Amartya Sen's ethics with regard to intergenerational issues
R Gutwald, O Leßmann, T Masson, F Rauschmayer
Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 15 (4), 355-368, 2014
Collective self-fulfilling prophecies: Group identification biases perceptions of environmental group norms among high identifiers
T Masson, P Jugert, I Fritsche
Social Influence 11 (3), 185-198, 2016
Multiple flood experiences and social resilience: Findings from three surveys on households and companies exposed to the 2013 flood in Germany
C Kuhlicke, T Masson, S Kienzler, T Sieg, AH Thieken, H Kreibich
Weather, climate, and society 12 (1), 63-88, 2020
Sustainable consumption in capability perspective: Operationalization and empirical illustration
O Leßmann, T Masson
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 57, 64-72, 2015
Let's talk about flood risk–Evaluating a series of workshops on private flood protection
A Heidenreich, T Masson, S Bamberg
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 50, 101880, 2020
“We can help ourselves”: does community resilience buffer against the negative impact of flooding on mental health?
T Masson, S Bamberg, M Stricker, A Heidenreich
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 19 (11), 2371-2384, 2019
The capability approach to intergenerational justice: a survey
R Gutwald, O Leßmann, T Masson, F Rauschmayer
UFZ Discussion Paper, 2011
Bürgerenergiegesellschaften in Deutschland
L Holstenkamp, S Centgraf, D Dorniok, F Kahla, T Masson, J Müller, ...
Handbuch Energiewende und Partizipation, 1061-1080, 2018
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