Time Magazine

Can You Predict How Americans Feel About Guns?

Most Americans Think Their Opinion on Guns is Widely Shared


New York Times

Why Misleading Americans about Climate Change is Dangerous

The Ice-Bucket Racket

Where our Trash Goes


Washington Post

Researchers Think They've Found a "Gateway-Belief" that Leads to Greater Science Acceptance



Psychology of Climate Change


Scientific American  - Mind & Brain

The Surprising Power of the Psychology of Consensus

Princeton Magazine and Alumni Weekly

Lights Out: A Campaign to Conserve Energy Offers a Chance to Study Altruistic Behavior

Emphasizing Consensus about Safety Boosts Support for Vaccines

How's the Weather? Extreme!


Huffington Post

Why We Don't Worry More about Climate Change



How Psychology can Save the World from Climate Change

Is Recycling Really Worth It?  


Skeptical Inquirer

Nudging People to Save the Planet


Medical News Daily

In a new study scientists evaluated a novel way of communicating with the public about vaccine safety


National Geographic

Could Gardening Offer the Key to A Happier, Healthier Life?


US News & World Report

Climate Change's Unseen Consensus


Pacific Standard

Conspiracy Theories Hamper the Fight Against Climate Change

In Climate Change, Psychology Often Gets Lost in Translation


European Commission (Policy Brief)

Persuading the Public to Reduce Bottled Water Consumption PDF iconvanderlinden_water.pdf (307.5 KB)


New York Magazine

What Do Conspiracy Theories Do to Us


The Guardian

Consensus and Geoengineering - How to Convince People about Global Warming


Mother Jones

How to Convince a Republican: Use a Pie Chart!



How Conspiracists Think



Maldives and Afghanistan: Theories Blossom for Airliner



BBC Radio Interview - All in the Mind, Psychology of Climate Change

NPR Interview - "On-Point", Behavioral Incentives and Recycling

Interview on KPFT's Partisan Gridlock - the Psychology of Conspiracy Theories

BFM Radio Podcast - Psychology of Pro-Environmental Behavior