Publications

Please contact me for pdfs of any of the publications listed below.

 

 

  1. Nisbet M.C., Ho, S., Markowitz, E., O’Neill, S., Schafer, M., Thaker, J.T. (Eds) (In press). The Oxford Encyclopedia of Climate Change Communication. New York: Oxford University Press.
  2. Markowitz, E.M. & Guckian, M. (In press). Climate change communication: Challenges, insights and opportunities. In S. Clayton & C. Manning (Eds.), Psychology and climate change. San Diego, CA: Elsevier.
  3. Sokoloski, R., Markowitz, E.M., & Bidwell, D. (In press). Public estimates of support for offshore wind energy: False consensus, pluralistic ignorance and partisan effects. Energy Policy.
  4. Guckian, M., Chapman, D. Lickel, B. & Markowitz, E.M. (In press). “A few bad apples” or “rotten to the core”: Perceptions of corporate culture drive brand engagement after corporate scandal. Journal of Consumer Behavior.
  5. Hopkins, D. & Markowitz, E.M. (In press). Geographies of climate change belief. In M.C. Nisbet (Ed.) The Oxford Encyclopedia for Climate Change Communication. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
  6. Markowitz, E.M., Chapman, D.A., Guckian, M.L. & Lickel, B. (In press). A corporate scandal that hits close to home: Examining owners’ responses to the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal. Environmental Communication.
  7. Markowski-Lindsay, M., Catanzaro, P., Bell, K., Kittredge, D., Leahy, J., Butler, B., Markowitz, E.M., Milman, A., Zimmerer, R., Allred, S., & Sisock, M. (In press). Estate planning as forest stewardship tool. Forest Policy and Economics.
  8. Markowitz, E.M., Danylchuk, A.J., Nisbet, M.C., Engelbourg, S.I. (2017). What’s that buzzing noise? Public opinion on the use of drones for conservation science. BioScience. 67, 382:385.
  9. Yoeli, E., Budescu, D., Carrico, A., Delmas, M., DeShazo, J., Ferraro, P., Forester, H., Kunreuther, H., Larrick, R. Lubell, M., Markowitz, E.M., Ronn, B., Vandenbergh, M., Weber, E.U. (2017). Behavioral science tools for energy and environmental policy. Behavioral Science & Policy Journal.
  10. Chapman, D., Wilson, R., Corner, A., & Markowitz, E.M. (2016). Climate Visuals: A mixed methods investigation of public perceptions of climate images in three countries. Global Environmental Change, 41, 172-182. link
  11. Milfont, T.L. & Markowitz, E.M. (2016). Sustainable consumer behavior: A multilevel perspective. Current Opinion in Psychology. link
  12. Markowitz, E.M., Grasso, M., Jamieson, D. (2015). Climate ethics at a multidisciplinary crossroads: Four directions for future scholarship. Climatic Change. link
  13. Grasso, M. & Markowitz, E.M. (2015). The moral complexity of climate change and the need for a multidisciplinary perspective on climate ethics. Climatic Changelink
  14. Zaval, L.*, Markowitz, E.M.*, Weber, E.U. (2015). How will I be remembered? Conserving the environment for legacy’s sake. Psychological Science, 26, 231-236. (Shared first authorship). link
  15. Nisbet, M.C. & Markowitz, E.M. (2015). Expertise in an age of polarization: Evaluating scientists’ political awareness and communication behaviors. ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 658, 136-154. link
  16. Center for Research on Environmental Decisions* and ecoAmerica. (2014). Connecting on climate: A guide to effective climate change communication. New York and Washington, D.C. (Lead author for project). link
  17. Nisbet, M.C. & Markowitz, E.M. (2014). Understanding public preferences and judgments in policy debates over biomedical research: Looking beyond partisanship to focus on beliefs about science and society. PLoS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0088473 link
  18. Corner, A., Markowitz, E.M., Pidgeon, N. (2014). Public engagement with climate change. The role of human values. WIREs Climate Change, 5, 411-422. link
  19. Markowitz, E.M., Slovic, P., Vastfjall, D., & Hodges, S.D. (2013). Compassion fade and the challenge of environmental conservation. Judgment & Decision-Making, 8, 397-406. link
  20. Howe, P.D., Markowitz, E.M., Lee, T., Ko, C. & Leiserowitz, A. (2013). Global perceptions of local temperature change. Nature Climate Change, 3352-356. link
  21. Bowerman, T. & Markowitz, E.M. (2012). The attitude-action gap: Toward a better understanding of “how much is enough.” Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 12, 230-238. link
  22. Markowitz, E.M. (2012). Is climate change an ethical issue? Exploring young adults’ beliefs about climate and morality. Climatic Change, 114, 479-495. link
  23. Markowitz, E.M. & Bowerman, T. (2012). How much is too much? Examining the public’s beliefs about consumption. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 12, 167-189. link
  24. Nisbet, M.C., Markowitz, E.M., Kotcher, J.E. (2012). Winning the climate change conversation: Framing and moral messaging in public campaigns. In L. Ahern & D.S. Bortree (Eds.), Talking green: Exploring contemporary issues in environmental communications. New York: Peter Lang. link
  25. Yang, Y. & Markowitz, E.M. (2012). Direct and indirect effects of parental attitudes on children’s active school travel: Evidence from a community sample. Transportation Research Record, No. 2318. link
  26. Markowitz, E.M., Goldberg, L.R., Ashton, M.C. & Lee, K. (2012). Profiling the ‘pro-environmental individual’: A personality perspective. Journal of Personality, 80, 81-111. link
  27. Markowitz, E.M. & Malle, B.F. (2012). Did you just see that? Making sense of environmentally relevant behavior. Ecopsychology, 4, 37-50link
  28. Markowitz, E.M. & Shariff, A.F. (2012). Climate change and moral judgment. Nature Climate Change, 2, 243-247link
  29. Swim, J., Markowitz, E.M., & Bloodhart, B. (2012). Psychology and global climate change. In S. Clayton (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Psychology. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. link
  30. Trumbetta, S.T., Markowitz, E.M., Gottesman, I.I.  (2007).  Marriage and genetic variation across the lifespan:  Not a steady relationship?  Behavior Genetics, 37, 362-375. link
  31. Markowitz, E.M., Willemsen, G., Trumbetta, S.L., van Beijsterveldt, T.C.E.M., Boomsma, D.I. (2005). The etiology of mathematical and reading (dis)ability covariation in a sample of Dutch twins.  Twin Research and Human Genetics, 8, 585-593.
Advertisements