1. How Positive Framing May Fuel Opposition to Low-Carbon Technologies: The Boomerang Model

    de Vries, G., 9 Aug 2016, In : Journal of Language and Social Psychology. p. 1-17 17 p.

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  2. How the bystander effect can explain inaction towards global warming

    de Vries, G., 2020

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  3. Nudging. Beïnvloeding, the next level

    de Vries, G., Dec 2016, In : Energie Actueel.

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  4. PR gone wrong: the backlash effect of window dressing

    de Vries, G., Oct 2016

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  5. Perceptions of manipulation and judgments of illegitimacy: Pitfalls in the use of emphasis framing when communicating about CO2 capture and storage

    de Vries, G., Terwel, BW. & Ellemers, N., 2016, In : Environmental Communication. 10, 2, p. 206-226 21 p.

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  6. Public Communication as a Tool to Implement Environmental Policies

    de Vries, G., 2019, In : Social Issues and Policy Review.

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  7. Scholen als Energieambassade in de wijk: Actieonderzoek 2018 – 2019

    de Caluwé, M., van der Hofstad, P., Hoppe, T. & de Vries, G., 2020, Stichting Technotrend. 67 p.

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  8. Social Innovation and the Energy Transition

    Hoppe, T. & de Vries, G., 2018, In : Sustainability. 11, 1, 13 p., 141.

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  9. Some tech devices try but fail to make us minimize our carbon footprint

    de Vries, G., Jun 2017

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