Nathaniel Geiger
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Development and psychometric evaluation of the Personal Growth Initiative Scale–II.
C Robitschek, MW Ashton, CC Spering, N Geiger, D Byers, GC Schotts, ...
Journal of Counseling Psychology 59 (2), 274, 2012
Climate of silence: Pluralistic ignorance as a barrier to climate change discussion
N Geiger, JK Swim
Journal of Environmental Psychology 47, 79-90, 2016
Creating a climate for change: Interventions, efficacy and public discussion about climate change
N Geiger, JK Swim, J Fraser
Journal of Environmental Psychology 51, 104-116, 2017
Everyone loves a success story: optimism inspires conservation engagement
D McAfee, ZA Doubleday, N Geiger, SD Connell
BioScience 69 (4), 274-281, 2019
Americans experience a false social reality by underestimating popular climate policy support by nearly half
G Sparkman, N Geiger, EU Weber
Nature Communications 13 (1), 1-9, 2022
Catalyzing public engagement with climate change through informal science learning centers
N Geiger, JK Swim, J Fraser, K Flinner
Science Communication 39 (2), 221-249, 2017
How do I feel when I think about taking action? Hope and boredom, not anxiety and helplessness, predict intentions to take climate action
N Geiger, JK Swim, K Gasper, J Fraser, K Flinner
Journal of Environmental Psychology 76, 101649, 2021
Climate change education at nature‐based museums
JK Swim, N Geiger, J Fraser, N Pletcher
Curator: The Museum Journal 60 (1), 101-119, 2017
Climate change marches as motivators for bystander collective action
JK Swim, N Geiger, ML Lengieza
Frontiers in Communication 4, 4, 2019
Investigating similarities and differences in individual reactions to the Covid-19 pandemic and the climate crisis
N Geiger, A Gore, CV Squire, SZ Attari
Climatic Change, 2021
Social construction of scientifically grounded climate change discussions
JK Swim, N Geiger, J Sweetland, J Fraser
Psychology and climate change, 65-93, 2018
Spread the green word: A social community perspective into environmentally sustainable behavior
N Geiger, JK Swim, L Glenna
Environment and Behavior 51 (5), 561-589, 2019
From alarmed to dismissive of climate change: A single item assessment of individual differences in concern and issue involvement
JK Swim, N Geiger
Environmental Communication, 568-586, 2017
Teaching the choir to sing: use of social science information to promote public discourse on climate change
JK Swim, J Fraser, N Geiger
Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law, 91-117, 2014
Untangling the components of hope: Increasing pathways (not agency) explains the success of an intervention that increases educators’ climate change discussions
N Geiger, K Gasper, JK Swim, J Fraser
Journal of Environmental Psychology 66, 101366, 2019
The gendered nature of stereotypes about climate change opinion groups
JK Swim, N Geiger
Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 2018
Political ingroup conformity and pro-environmental behavior: Evaluating the evidence from a survey and mousetracking experiments
N Geiger, MH Pasek, M Gruszczynski, NJ Ratcliff, KS Weaver
Journal of Environmental Psychology 72, 101524, 2020
Psychological, social, and cultural barriers to public engagement with climate change
N Geiger, B Middlewood, JK Swim
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, 2024
Do people actually “listen to the experts”? A cautionary note on assuming expert credibility and persuasiveness on public health policy advocacy
N Geiger
Health Communication 37 (6), 677-684, 2022
Psychology and energy-use reduction policies
JK Swim, N Geiger, SJ Zawadzki
Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1 (1), 180-188, 2014
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