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Publications:
Explicit and Implicit Attitudes to Low and High Carbon Footprint Products

This paper outlines new research into how to measure both implicit and explicit attitudes to sustainability with implications for how to proceed with carbon labelling.

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Do We Actually Look at the Carbon Footprint of a Product in the Initial Few Seconds? An Experimental Analysis of Unconscious Eye Movements

To what extent do consumers attend to the carbon footprint information on products in the kinds of time frame that characterise supermarket shopping?

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Are we too Optimistic to bother Saving the Planet? The Relationship between Optimism, Eye Gaze and Negative Images of Climate Change

This study investigates the relationship between dispositional optimism and whether people are prepared to look at negative images of climate change using the latest eye tracking methodology.

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Shopping to Save the Planet? Implicit Rather than Explicit Attitudes Predict Low Carbon Footprint Consumer Choice

This study analyses whether explicit or implicit attitudes are better predictors of high carbon footprint or low carbon footprint choice in an experimental setting.

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Consumers and Climate Change: Can the Presence of Others Promote More Sustainable Consumer Choice?

We explore new experimental research into how the presence of others affects consumer choice with respect to sustainability in supermarkets.

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Published online: April 25, 2016

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