Adrian Brügger
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One for all?
A Brügger, FG Kaiser, N Roczen
European Psychologist, 2011
2142011
Psychological responses to the proximity of climate change
A Brügger, S Dessai, P Devine-Wright, TA Morton, NF Pidgeon
Nature climate change 5 (12), 1031-1037, 2015
1652015
Actions speak louder than words
C Tanner, A Brügger, S van Schie, C Lebherz
Zeitschrift für Psychologie/Journal of Psychology, 2015
812015
“Proximising” climate change reconsidered: A construal level theory perspective
A Brügger, TA Morton, S Dessai
Journal of Environmental Psychology 46, 125-142, 2016
782016
Environmental protection and nature as distinct attitudinal objects: An application of the Campbell paradigm
FG Kaiser, T Hartig, A Brügger, C Duvier
Environment and behavior 45 (3), 369-398, 2013
742013
Appreciation of nature and appreciation of environmental protection: How stable are these attitudes and which comes first?
FG Kaiser, A Brügger, T Hartig, FX Bogner, H Gutscher
European review of applied psychology 64 (6), 269-277, 2014
522014
Hand in hand: Public endorsement of climate change mitigation and adaptation
A Brügger, TA Morton, S Dessai
PloS one 10 (4), e0124843, 2015
452015
Developing strategies for waste reduction by means of tailored interventions in Santiago de Cuba
R Tobias, A Brügger, HJ Mosler
Environment and Behavior 41 (6), 836-865, 2009
242009
How focusing on superordinate goals motivates broad, long-term goal pursuit: a theoretical perspective
B Höchli, A Brügger, C Messner
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1879, 2018
172018
Completed egoism and intended altruism boost healthy food choices
C Weibel, C Messner, A Brügger
Appetite 77, 38-45, 2014
162014
Worksite tobacco prevention in the Canton of Zurich: stages of change, predictors, and outcomes
V Friedrich, A Brügger, G Bauer
International journal of public health 54 (6), 427-438, 2009
122009
Spatial framing, existing associations and climate change beliefs
A Brügger, NF Pidgeon
Environmental values 27 (5), 559-584, 2018
102018
Understanding the psychological distance of climate change: The limitations of construal level theory and suggestions for alternative theoretical perspectives
A Brügger
Global environmental change 60, 102023, 2020
72020
Using a goal theoretical perspective to reduce negative and promote positive spillover after a bike-to-work campaign
B Höchli, A Brügger, R Abegglen, C Messner
Frontiers in psychology 10, 433, 2019
62019
Nazis by kraut: A playful application of moral self-licensing
CM Messner, A Brügger
Psychology 6 (09), 1144-1149, 2015
52015
Fear appeals and localising climate change: Neither is a panacea to motivate action on climate change: A social psychological perspective
A Brügger
University of Exeter, 2013
52013
Making New Year's Resolutions that Stick: Exploring how Superordinate and Subordinate Goals Motivate Goal Pursuit
B Höchli, A Brügger, C Messner
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 12 (1), 30-52, 2020
42020
Adolescents’ Perceptions of the Psychological Distance to Climate Change, Its Relevance for Building Concern About It, and the Potential for Education
M Gubler, A Brügger, M Eyer
Climate change and the role of education, 129-147, 2019
42019
Conformity Within the Campbell Paradigm
A Brügger, MH Dorn, C Messner, FG Kaiser
Social Psychology, 2019
32019
The role of attitude strength in behavioral spillover: Attitude matters—but not necessarily as a moderator
A Brügger, B Höchli
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1018, 2019
22019
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