Joseph Arvai
Joseph Arvai
Dana and David Dornsife Professor of Psychology
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Deconstructing adaptive management: criteria for applications to environmental management
R Gregory, D Ohlson, J Arvai
Ecological applications 16 (6), 2411-2425, 2006
Knowledge as a driver of public perceptions about climate change reassessed
J Shi, VHM Visschers, M Siegrist, J Arvai
Nature Climate Change 6 (8), 759-762, 2016
Motivating sustainable food choices: The role of nudges, value orientation, and information provision
V Campbell-Arvai, J Arvai, L Kalof
Environment and Behavior 46 (4), 453-475, 2014
Testing a structured decision approach: Value‐focused thinking for deliberative risk communication
JL Arvai, R Gregory, TL McDaniels
Risk Analysis 21 (6), 1065-1076, 2001
Toward improved communication about wildland fire: mental models research to identify information needs for natural resource management
M Zaksek, JL Arvai
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 24 (6), 1503-1514, 2004
Using risk communication to disclose the outcome of a participatory decision‐making process: Effects on the perceived acceptability of risk‐policy decisions
JL Arvai
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 23 (2), 281-289, 2003
Teaching students to make better decisions about the environment: Lessons from the decision sciences
JL Arvai, VEA Campbell, A Baird, L Rivers
The Journal of Environmental Education 36 (1), 33-44, 2004
Adaptive management of the global climate problem: bridging the gap between climate research and climate policy
J Arvai, G Bridge, N Dolsak, R Franzese, T Koontz, A Luginbuhl, ...
Climatic Change 78, 217-225, 2006
Risk perception: Reflections on 40 years of research
M Siegrist, J Árvai
Risk Analysis 40 (S1), 2191-2206, 2020
Priming critical thinking: Simple interventions limit the influence of fake news about climate change on Facebook
L Lutzke, C Drummond, P Slovic, J Árvai
Global environmental change 58, 101964, 2019
Intrinsic motivation, external reward, and their effect on overall motivation and performance
R Hendijani, DP Bischak, J Arvai, S Dugar
Human Performance 29 (4), 251-274, 2016
Rising seas in California—An update on sea-level rise science
G Griggs
World Scientific Encyclopedia of Climate Change: Case Studies of Climate …, 2021
The end of risk communication as we know it
J Árvai
Journal of Risk Research 17 (10), 1245-1249, 2014
When less is more: How affect influences preferences when comparing low and high‐risk options
RS Wilson, JL Arvai
Journal of Risk Research 9 (2), 165-178, 2006
Testing alternative decision approaches for identifying cleanup priorities at contaminated sites
J Arvai, R Gregory
Environmental Science & Technology 37 (8), 1469-1476, 2003
Letdowns, wake-up calls, and constructed preferences: people’s responses to fuel and wildfire risks
J Arvai, R Gregory, D Ohlson, B Blackwell, R Gray
Journal of Forestry 104 (4), 173-181, 2006
Will Millennials save the world? The effect of age and generational differences on environmental concern
SG Gray, KT Raimi, R Wilson, J Arvai
Journal of environmental management 242, 394-402, 2019
Value-focused thinking for environmental risk consultations
R Gregory, J Arvai, T McDaniels
Environmental risks: Perception, evaluation and management 9, 249-273, 2001
Effective risk communication
J Arvai, L Rivers
Routledge, 2014
Decision structuring to alleviate embedding in environmental valuation
TL McDaniels, R Gregory, J Arvai, R Chuenpagdee
Ecological Economics 46 (1), 33-46, 2003
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