The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Environmental resource management, Water conservation, Demand management and Theory of planned behavior. His research in the fields of Social identity theory, Identity and Attribution overlaps with other disciplines such as PsycINFO. In his study, Social relation is strongly linked to Social group, which falls under the umbrella field of Social identity theory.
His study in Attribution is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Schema, Public relations and Competence. His Environmental resource management research includes elements of Environmental economics and Social marketing. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Water conservation, Environmental psychology, Environmental planning, Conservation psychology, Conservation behavior and Psychological research.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Environmental resource management, Public relations, Social identity theory and Environmental planning. His research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Developmental psychology and Collective action. His Environmental resource management research includes themes of Public economics and Psychological research.
His work carried out in the field of Social identity theory brings together such families of science as Outgroup, Deviance and Social group. In his research, Kelly S. Fielding performs multidisciplinary study on Social group and Theory of planned behavior. Kelly S. Fielding conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Demand management and Stock through his research.
Kelly S. Fielding mainly investigates Public relations, Environmental planning, Social psychology, Environmental movement and Urbanization. His Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Collective action and Biology and political orientation. His study explores the link between Environmental planning and topics such as Community engagement that cross with problems in Focus group.
His Social psychology research is mostly focused on the topic Social identity approach. His Environmental movement research focuses on subjects like Grassroots, which are linked to Environmental communication and Social movement. Word count combines with fields such as Identity and Social identity theory in his research.
Kelly S. Fielding mostly deals with Reclaimed water, Disgust, Social psychology, Public acceptance and Opposition. Reclaimed water is integrated with Affect, Urbanization, Natural resource economics, Trait and Water scarcity in his study. Naturalness, Cultured meat, Social dominance orientation, Distrust and Speciesism are fields of study that intersect with his Disgust research.
His work in the fields of Social identity theory, Ingroups and outgroups and Outgroup overlaps with other areas such as Carbon tax and Nuclear energy policy. His work blends Public acceptance and Public administration studies together.
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Theory of planned behaviour, identity and intentions to engage in environmental activism
Kelly S. Fielding;Rachel McDonald;Winnifred R. Louis.
Journal of Environmental Psychology (2008)
Meta-analyses of the determinants and outcomes of belief in climate change
Matthew J. Hornsey;Emily A. Harris;Paul G. Bain;Kelly S. Fielding.
Nature Climate Change (2016)
Relationships between daily affect and pro‐environmental behavior at work: The moderating role of pro‐environmental attitude
Megan J. Bissing-Olson;Aarti Iyer;Kelly S. Fielding;Hannes Zacher.
The psychological roots of anti-vaccination attitudes: A 24-nation investigation.
Matthew J. Hornsey;Emily A. Harris;Kelly S. Fielding.
Health Psychology (2018)
Integrating social identity theory and the theory of planned behaviour to explain decisions to engage in sustainable agricultural practices
Kelly S. Fielding;Deborah J. Terry;Barbara M. Masser;Michael A. Hogg.
British Journal of Social Psychology (2008)
Water demand management research: A psychological perspective
Sally Russell;Kelly Fielding;Kelly Fielding.
Water Resources Research (2010)
Why Do People Engage in Collective Action? Revisiting the Role of Perceived Effectiveness
Matthew J. Hornsey;Leda Blackwood;Winnifred Louis Louis;Kelly Fielding.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology (2006)
Social identity, self-categorization, and leadership: A field study of small interactive groups.
Kelly S. Fielding;Michael A. Hogg.
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice (1997)
A Social Identity Analysis of Climate Change and Environmental Attitudes and Behaviors: Insights and Opportunities.
Kelly Shanene Fielding;Matthew J Hornsey.
Frontiers in Psychology (2016)
An experimental test of voluntary strategies to promote urban water demand management
Kelly S. Fielding;Anneliese Spinks;Sally Russell;Rod McCrea.
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