Exploring direct and indirect antecedents of self-reported ecological behaviors

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Title: Exploring direct and indirect antecedents of self-reported ecological behaviors
Author: Weber, Alisa
Abstract: The current study examined the direct and indirect antecedents of participation in ecological behavior . Specifically , it was hypothesized that promotion and prevention orientation would both significantly predict ecological behavior , and that hope and optimism would partially mediate these relationships . The results revealed that a promotion orientation significantly predicted pro -social behavior , but the hypothesized mediation was not significant . However , post -hoc analyses revealed that hope predicted pro -social behavior and that the relationship was mediated by a promotion orientation . Implications , limitations , and directions for future research are also discussed .
URI: http : / /hdl .handle .net /2346 .1 /30000
Date: 2012-05-12

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Weber, Alisa Exploring direct and indirect antecedents of self-reported ecological behaviors. Master's thesis, Angelo State University. Available electronically from http : / /hdl .handle .net /2346 .1 /30000 .

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