Gregg Sparkman
Gregg Sparkman
Assistant Professor, Boston College
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Dynamic norms promote sustainable behavior, even if it is counternormative
G Sparkman, GM Walton
Psychological science 28 (11), 1663-1674, 2017
Witnessing change: Dynamic norms help resolve diverse barriers to personal change
G Sparkman, GM Walton
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 82, 238-252, 2019
How social norms are often a barrier to addressing climate change but can be part of the solution
G Sparkman, L Howe, G Walton
Behavioural Public Policy, 1-28, 2020
Scaling up change: a critical review and practical guide to harnessing social norms for climate action
SM Constantino, G Sparkman, GT Kraft-Todd, C Bicchieri, D Centola, ...
Psychological Science in the Public Interest 23 (2), 50-97, 2022
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), 4779, 2022
Developing a scalable dynamic norm menu-based intervention to reduce meat consumption
G Sparkman, E Weitz, TN Robinson, N Malhotra, GM Walton
Sustainability 12 (6), 2453, 2020
Credibility, communication, and climate change: How lifestyle inconsistency and do-gooder derogation impact decarbonization advocacy
G Sparkman, SZ Attari
Energy Research & Social Science 59, 101290, 2020
Moderating spillover: Focusing on personal sustainable behavior rarely hinders and can boost climate policy support
G Sparkman, SZ Attari, EU Weber
Energy Research & Social Science 78, 102150, 2021
Cut back or give it up? The effectiveness of reduce and eliminate appeals and dynamic norm messaging to curb meat consumption
G Sparkman, BNJ Macdonald, KD Caldwell, B Kateman, GD Boese
Journal of Environmental Psychology 75, 101592, 2021
Discounting environmental policy: The effects of psychological distance over time and space
G Sparkman, NR Lee, BNJ Macdonald
Journal of Environmental Psychology 73, 101529, 2021
Anger consensus messaging can enhance expectations for collective action and support for climate mitigation
A Sabherwal, AR Pearson, G Sparkman
Journal of Environmental Psychology 76, 101640, 2021
Childhood temperament‐based anticipatory guidance in an HMO setting: A longitudinal study
JR Cameron, DC Rice, G Sparkman, HF Neville
Journal of Community Psychology 41 (2), 236-248, 2013
Beyond virtue signaling: Perceived motivations for pronoun sharing
A Kodipady, G Kraft‐Todd, G Sparkman, B Hu, L Young
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 53 (7), 582-599, 2023
How social norms are often a barrier to addressing climate change but can be part of the solution. Behavioural Public Policy, 5 (4), 528–555
G Sparkman, L Howe, G Walton
Egalitarian norm messaging increases human resources professionals’ salary offers to women.
C Schuster, G Sparkman, GM Walton, A Alles, DD Loschelder
Journal of Applied Psychology 108 (4), 541, 2023
Addressing climate change with behavioral science: A global intervention tournament in 63 countries
M Vlasceanu, KC Doell, JB Bak-Coleman, B Todorova, ...
Science advances 10 (6), eadj5778, 2024
Dynamic norm interventions: How to enable the spread of positive change.
G Sparkman
The Guilford Press, 2021
Reduce” or “Go Veg?”: Effects on Meal Choice
J Anderson, G Sparkman, A Lenton, W Mahboob, C Green, T Beggs, ...
Faunalytics, 2020
The expressive function of public policy: renewable energy mandates signal social norms
S Syropoulos, G Sparkman, SM Constantino
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 379 (1897), 20230038, 2024
Can you default to vegan? Plant-based defaults to change dining practices on college campuses
J Ginn, G Sparkman
Journal of Environmental Psychology 93, 102226, 2024
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