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ERIC Number: EJ147063
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Publication Date: 1976
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Anti-Pollution Behavior: A Function of Perceived Outcome and Locus of Control
Trigg, Linda J.; And Others
Environment and Behavior, 8, 2, 307-313, Jun 76
This study investigated the moderating effects of perceived outcome on the relationship between activism (social action) in the form of anti-pollution behavior and locus of control (I-E). Among subjects optimistic about future levels of pollution, internally-oriented individuals engaged in more anti-pollution activities and had more accurate information about environmental pollution. (BT)
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Identifiers - Location: Canada