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The Theory of Planned Behaviour Doesn't Reveal 'Attitude-Behaviour' Gap? Contrasting the Effects of Moral Norms vs. Idealism and Relativism in Predicting Pro-Environmental Behaviours

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posted on 2022-12-06, 10:42 authored by Laura Zaikauskaite, Rachel E. Mumford, Dimitrios TsivrikosDimitrios Tsivrikos

The excel file includes variables for testing the effectiveness of  the Theory of planned Behaviour in  Pro-Environmental domain. The data are collected from 181 MTurk participants. The data includes the following variables:  Pro-environmental Behaviours, Pro-environmental Intentions, Attitudes, Subjective Norms, Perceived Behavioural Control, Moral Norms, Ethics position Questionnaire (EPQ) and Demographics.

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This work was funded by the Department of Experimental Psychology as part of the Undergraduate Student Labs of University College London.

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