Moses, J. F., Dwyer, P. C., Fuglestad, P. T., Kim, J. S., Maki, A., Snyder, M., & Terveen, L. (2018). Encouraging online engagement: The role of interdependent self-construal and social motives in fostering online participation. Personality and Individual Differences, 133, 47-55. Link to published articleAccepted versionRequest article
Maki, A., Cohen, M. A., & Vandenbergh, M. P. (in press). Using meta-analysis in the social sciences to improve environmental policy. Chapter to appear in W. Leal, J. Callewaert, & R. Marans (Eds.), Handbook of Sustainability and Social Science Research. New York City, NY: Springer Publishing. ChapterPersonal blog postRequest article
Maki, A. (2017). Environmental Psychology. Chapter in E. Wohl (Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Environmental Science. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Request article
Snyder, M. & Maki, A. (2015). The psychology of volunteerism. In J. D. Wright (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Studies, Second Edition. Oxford, UK: Elsevier Science. Request article
Manuscripts under Review
Hess, D. J., & Maki, A. Climate change courses in the college education: Selective exposure bias, resistance to attitude change, and political conservatives. Under review at the Journal of Cleaner Production.
Maki, A., Carrico, A. R., Raimi, K. T., Truelove, H. B., Yueng, S., & Araujo, B. A meta-analysis of experimental research on environmental behavior spillover. Revise and resubmit at Nature Sustainability.
Maki, A., Vandenbergh, M. P., & Wallston, K. A. Do political conservatives prefer private sector action to mitigate climate action? An experimental examination. Revise and resubmit at Climatic Change. Vanderbilt University media coverage
Manuscripts in Preparation (* copies available upon request)
Corser, R. J., & Maki, A. Increasing knowledge about the impact of meat production increases intentions to adopt more sustainable food consumption behaviors.*
Maki, A., Cohen, M. A., & Vandenbergh, M. P. Leveraging interpersonal efficacy to increase energy conservation.*
Maki, A., & Vandenbergh, M. P. The carbon implications of food waste: Understanding people’s knowledge, beliefs, and behaviors.*
Panos, M. E., Maki, A., & Rothman, A. J. The effects of social norms and default behaviors on the decision to eat.*
Stern, P. C., Raimi, K. T., & Maki, A. Helping nonscientists think about climate change.*
Maki, A., & Lauber, J. (2012). UMore Park: Culture and community action plan. The Sustainable Community at UMore Park: Aspirational Goals and Action Plan for Sustainability, Minneapolis, MN: UMore Development LLC.