Psychological predictors in context: an empirical study of interactions between determinants of car use intentions
This paper is from the PhD work of Wall, the lead author, supervised by Devine-Wright and Mill. The work described here and in Output 1, and other parts of the thesis from which they were derived, was extensively cited in the DfT (2006) report “An Evidence Base Review of Public Attitudes to Climate Change and Transport Behaviour”.
Citation : Wall, R.D., Devine-Wright, P. and Mill, G.A. (2005) Psychological predictors in context: an empirical study of interactions between determinants of car use intentions. In: Martens, B and Keuf, G. eds. Desigining social innovation: Planning, building, evaluating. Cambridge MA: Hogrefe & Huber, pp. 117-126.
ISBN : 0-88937-291-8
Research Group : Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development