Normative, gain and hedonic goal frames guiding environmental behavior

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Lindenberg, Siegwart ; Steg, Linda (2007)

This article discusses new developments about goal-dependent framing and multiple goal frames (sometimes also called "multiple motives"), which are highly relevant for understanding environmental behavior. We introduce goal-framing theory, which postulates that goals "f... View more
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