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ISSN: 0272-4944

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Academic Press Inc. United States
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Journal of Environmental Psychology is a journal indexed in SJR in Social Psychology and Applied Psychology with an H index of 124. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,818 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

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Languages: English

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Journal of Environmental Psychology

1,818

SJR Impact factor

124

H Index

103

Total Docs (Last Year)

276

Total Docs (3 years)

6426

Total Refs

1461

Total Cites (3 years)

269

Citable Docs (3 years)

4,19

Cites/Doc (2 years)

62,39

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A PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROACH TO NATURAL LANDSCAPE COGNITION

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A self-identity based model of electric car adoption intention: A cross-cultural comparative study

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A transnational bicultural place model of cultural selves and psychological citizenship: The case of Chinese immigrants in Britain

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Adaptation level and the affective appraisal of environments

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An agent-based model for diffusion of electric vehicles

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Annoyance from nocturnal aircraft noise exposure: Laboratory and field-specific dose-response curves

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Are environmental issues moral issues? Moral identity in relation to protecting the natural world

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Beyond savanna: An evolutionary and environmental psychology approach to behavioral effects of nature scenery in green advertising

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Commitment, behavior, and attitude change: An analysis of voluntary recycling

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Compensatory wayfinding behavior in topographic disorientation from brain injury

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Creating safe walkable streetscapes: Does house design and upkeep discourage incivilities in suburban neighbourhoods?

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CROWDING AND CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH: THE ROLE OF HOUSE TYPE

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Demographic and community-level predictors of recycling behavior: A statewide, assessment

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Dislocating identity: Desegregation and the transformation of place

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Disposition toward environmental hazards in Hong Kong Chinese: validation of a Chinese version of the environmental appraisal inventory (EAI-C)

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Do colder and hotter climates make richer societies more, but poorer societies less, happy and altruistic?

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Don't be satisfied, identify! Strengthening positive spillover by connecting pro-environmental behaviors to an "environmentalist" label

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Effects of color and lighting on retail impression and identity

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EFFECTS OF THE FOLIAGE PLANT ON TASK PERFORMANCE AND MOOD

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Effects of the self-schema on perception of space at work

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Enhancing the benefits of outdoor walking with cognitive engagement strategies

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Environmental sustainability and national personality

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Erratum to "Place attachment in a revitalizing neighborhood: Individual and block levels of analysis"

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