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Explicit and Implicit Affective Attitudes toward Sustainability: The Role of Mindfulness, Heartfulness, Connectedness to Nature and Prosocialness

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Winkelmair, Annica ; Siebertz, Markus ; Jost, Leonardo ; Schroter, Franziska Anna ; Bartenschlager, Christopher Timm Johannes ; Jansen, Petra
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 26 Jun 2023 08:41

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The present study aims to investigate explicit and implicit affective attitudes toward sustainability, aspects of mindfulness, and their related factors. Therefore, different areas of sustainability (e.g., mobility, nutrition, packaging) were considered. We focused mainly on the indirect effects of mindfulness on attitudes through prosocialness and connectedness to nature. Furthermore, ...


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