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Jonas Rees
Jonas Rees
Institute for Interdisciplinary Research on Conflict and Violence, Bielefeld University
Adresse e-mail validée de uni-bielefeld.de
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Collective climate action: Determinants of participation intention in community-based pro-environmental initiatives
S Bamberg, J Rees, S Seebauer
Journal of Environmental Psychology 43, 155-165, 2015
3942015
Guilty conscience: motivating pro-environmental behavior by inducing negative moral emotions
JH Rees, S Klug, S Bamberg
Climatic change 130 (3), 439-452, 2015
2912015
Climate protection needs societal change: Determinants of intention to participate in collective climate action
JH Rees, S Bamberg
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (5), 466-473, 2014
2142014
Associations of risk perception of COVID-19 with emotion and mental health during the pandemic
Q Han, B Zheng, M Agostini, JJ Bélanger, B Gützkow, J Kreienkamp, ...
Journal of affective disorders 284, 247-255, 2021
1552021
Breaking the habit: on the highly habitualized nature of meat consumption and implementation intentions as one effective way of reducing it
JH Rees, S Bamberg, A Jäger, L Victor, M Bergmeyer, M Friese
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 40 (3), 136-147, 2018
972018
Social identity as a key concept for connecting transformative societal change with individual environmental activism
M Schulte, S Bamberg, J Rees, P Rollin
Journal of Environmental Psychology, 101525, 2020
932020
Flirting with disaster: Short‐term mating orientation and hostile sexism predict different types of sexual harassment
C Diehl, J Rees, G Bohner
Aggressive Behavior 38 (6), 521-531, 2012
912012
Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence
W Stroebe, MR vanDellen, G Abakoumkin, EP Lemay Jr, WM Schiavone, ...
PloS one 16 (10), e0256740, 2021
862021
Environmental protection through societal change: What psychology knows about collective climate action—and what it needs to find out
S Bamberg, JH Rees, M Schulte
Psychology and Climate Change, 185-213, 2018
802018
Looking for blame: Rape myth acceptance and attention to victim and perpetrator
P Süssenbach, F Eyssel, J Rees, G Bohner
Journal of interpersonal violence 32 (15), 2323-2344, 2017
772017
Lateral attitude change
T Glaser, N Dickel, B Liersch, J Rees, P Süssenbach, G Bohner
Personality and Social Psychology Review 19 (3), 257-276, 2015
772015
Intergenerational conflicts of interest and prosocial behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic
S Jin, D Balliet, A Romano, G Spadaro, CJ Van Lissa, M Agostini, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 171, 110535, 2021
752021
Nie wieder: Group‐based emotions for in‐group wrongdoing affect attitudes toward unrelated minorities
JH Rees, JA Allpress, R Brown
Political Psychology 34 (3), 387-407, 2013
742013
Mitreißende Wahrheiten: Verschwörungsmythen als Gefahr für den gesellschaftlichen Zusammenhalt
J Rees, P Lamberty
Verlorene Mitte-Feindselige Zustände. Rechtsextreme Einstellungen in …, 2019
692019
Climate of hate: similar correlates of far right electoral support and right-wing hate crimes in Germany
J Rees, Y Rees, JH Hellmann, A Zick
Frontiers in psychology 10, 2328, 2019
592019
Lives versus Livelihoods? Perceived economic risk has a stronger association with support for COVID-19 preventive measures than perceived health risk
CF Nisa, JJ Bélanger, DG Faller, NR Buttrick, JO Mierau, MMK Austin, ...
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 9669, 2021
48*2021
Predicting sexual harassment from hostile sexism and short-term mating orientation: Relative strength of predictors depends on situational priming of power versus sex
C Diehl, J Rees, G Bohner
Violence against women 24 (2), 123-143, 2018
462018
Environmental attitudes and behavior: Measurement
S Bamberg, J Rees
Elsevier, 2015
462015
The impact of voluntary travel behavior change measures–A meta-analytical comparison of quasi-experimental and experimental evidence
S Bamberg, J Rees
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 100, 16-26, 2017
402017
Predictors of adherence to public health behaviors for fighting COVID-19 derived from longitudinal data
BM Schumpe, CJ Van Lissa, JJ Bélanger, K Ruggeri, J Mierau, CF Nisa, ...
Scientific reports 12 (1), 1-12, 2022
382022
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