The Role of Self-regulation in Environmental Behavior Change

Research output: Book/ReportPh.D. thesisResearch

1 Downloads (Pure)

Abstract

A rapid and global transition is needed to prevent catastrophic climate change. This transition requires, amongst other, profound behavioral changes to reduce the emission of greenhouse gasses and other environmental impacts. Within psychology, researchers have studied the psychological constructs that predict the performance of environmentally friendly behaviors and how utilizing and manipulating these constructs can bring about behavioral changes. Limited research has, however, studied the dynamics of the behavior-change process itself to uncover the processes that determine the success or failure of environmental behavior change. To address this research gap, the dissertation investigates the role of self-regulation in behavior change that is voluntarily undertaken to limit environmental impacts. Studying self-regulation—the processes that enables humans to guide their behavior over time and builds on the capacity to influence, modify, and control their own behavior—can help identify key self-regulatory problems and strategies to overcome them.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationFrederiksberg
PublisherCopenhagen Business School [Phd]
Number of pages213
ISBN (Print)9788793744905
ISBN (Electronic)9788793744912
Publication statusPublished - 2019
SeriesPh.d. Serie
Number24.2019
ISSN0906-6934

Cite this

Nielsen, K. S. (2019). The Role of Self-regulation in Environmental Behavior Change. Frederiksberg: Copenhagen Business School [Phd]. Ph.d. Serie, No. 24.2019
Nielsen, Kristian S. / The Role of Self-regulation in Environmental Behavior Change. Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd], 2019. 213 p. (Ph.d. Serie; No. 24.2019).
@phdthesis{4e6bd4dd46864140bb3efb5a32f43bf6,
title = "The Role of Self-regulation in Environmental Behavior Change",
abstract = "A rapid and global transition is needed to prevent catastrophic climate change. This transition requires, amongst other, profound behavioral changes to reduce the emission of greenhouse gasses and other environmental impacts. Within psychology, researchers have studied the psychological constructs that predict the performance of environmentally friendly behaviors and how utilizing and manipulating these constructs can bring about behavioral changes. Limited research has, however, studied the dynamics of the behavior-change process itself to uncover the processes that determine the success or failure of environmental behavior change. To address this research gap, the dissertation investigates the role of self-regulation in behavior change that is voluntarily undertaken to limit environmental impacts. Studying self-regulation—the processes that enables humans to guide their behavior over time and builds on the capacity to influence, modify, and control their own behavior—can help identify key self-regulatory problems and strategies to overcome them.",
author = "Nielsen, {Kristian S.}",
year = "2019",
language = "English",
isbn = "9788793744905",
publisher = "Copenhagen Business School [Phd]",
address = "Denmark",

}

Nielsen, KS 2019, The Role of Self-regulation in Environmental Behavior Change. Ph.d. Serie, no. 24.2019, Copenhagen Business School [Phd], Frederiksberg.

The Role of Self-regulation in Environmental Behavior Change. / Nielsen, Kristian S.

Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd], 2019. 213 p. (Ph.d. Serie; No. 24.2019).

Research output: Book/ReportPh.D. thesisResearch

TY - BOOK

T1 - The Role of Self-regulation in Environmental Behavior Change

AU - Nielsen, Kristian S.

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - A rapid and global transition is needed to prevent catastrophic climate change. This transition requires, amongst other, profound behavioral changes to reduce the emission of greenhouse gasses and other environmental impacts. Within psychology, researchers have studied the psychological constructs that predict the performance of environmentally friendly behaviors and how utilizing and manipulating these constructs can bring about behavioral changes. Limited research has, however, studied the dynamics of the behavior-change process itself to uncover the processes that determine the success or failure of environmental behavior change. To address this research gap, the dissertation investigates the role of self-regulation in behavior change that is voluntarily undertaken to limit environmental impacts. Studying self-regulation—the processes that enables humans to guide their behavior over time and builds on the capacity to influence, modify, and control their own behavior—can help identify key self-regulatory problems and strategies to overcome them.

AB - A rapid and global transition is needed to prevent catastrophic climate change. This transition requires, amongst other, profound behavioral changes to reduce the emission of greenhouse gasses and other environmental impacts. Within psychology, researchers have studied the psychological constructs that predict the performance of environmentally friendly behaviors and how utilizing and manipulating these constructs can bring about behavioral changes. Limited research has, however, studied the dynamics of the behavior-change process itself to uncover the processes that determine the success or failure of environmental behavior change. To address this research gap, the dissertation investigates the role of self-regulation in behavior change that is voluntarily undertaken to limit environmental impacts. Studying self-regulation—the processes that enables humans to guide their behavior over time and builds on the capacity to influence, modify, and control their own behavior—can help identify key self-regulatory problems and strategies to overcome them.

M3 - Ph.D. thesis

SN - 9788793744905

BT - The Role of Self-regulation in Environmental Behavior Change

PB - Copenhagen Business School [Phd]

CY - Frederiksberg

ER -

Nielsen KS. The Role of Self-regulation in Environmental Behavior Change. Frederiksberg: Copenhagen Business School [Phd], 2019. 213 p. (Ph.d. Serie; No. 24.2019).