Uhl-Hädicke Isabella



Farage, L., Uhl-Haedicke, I. & Hansen, N. (2021). Problem awareness does not predict littering: A field study on littering in the Gambia. Journal of Environmental Psychology, in press.

Uhl-Haedicke, I., Farage, L. & Bolte, S. (2022). „Eigentlich bin ich klimafreundlich, aber …“, in: Bukowski, M, Gmainer-Pranzl, F. & Roetzer, A. (Hg.) Global denken, nachhaltig handeln. Ein kritisch-interdisziplinärer Blick auf die nachhaltigen Entwicklungsziele der Vereinten Nationen (Salzburger interdisziplinäre Diskurse 20), Berlin.

Bertin, P., Nera, K., Hamer, K., Uhl-Haedicke, I., Delouvée, S. (2021). Stand out of my Sunlight: The Mediating Role of Climate Change Conspircacy Beliefs in the Relationship between National Collective Narcissim and Acceptance of Climate Science. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, in press

Uhl-Haedicke, I., Klackl, J., Muehlberger, C., & Jonas, E. (2019). Turning Restriction Into Change: Imagine-Self Perspective Taking Fosters Advocacy of a Mandatory Proenvironmental Initiative. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 2657. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02657

Uhl, I., Klackl, J., Hansen, N., & Jonas, E. (2017). Undesirable effects of threatening climate change information: A cross-cultural study. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. 21(3), 513-529. doi: 10.1177/1368430217735577

Uhl, I., Jonas, E., & Klackl, J. (2016). When climate change information causes undesirable side effects: The influence of environmental self-identity and biospheric values on threat responses. Psyecology. doi: 10.1080/21711976.2016.1242228

Uhl, I., & Jonas, E. (2013). Psychologie – der Schlüssel zu einer nachhaltigen Zukunft? In C. Sedmak, E. Kapferer, & K. Oberholzer (Hrsg.). Marktwirtschaft für die Zukunft (S.205-224). Wien: LIT Verlag.


Wintersemester 2020/21 & Sommersemester 2021

  • Thema: „GREEN EDUCATION: DOING BY LEARNING Know green – go green:The smart way to communicate information to encourage environmentally friendly behavior

Sommersemester 2019 & Wintersemester 2020/21

  • Betreuung von: Laura Farage, MsCThema: A field study in The Gambia: Assessing littering behavior from the psychological perspective – awareness is not the key!

Wintersemester 2020/21 & Sommersemester 2021

  • Betreuung von: Susanne Bolte, MsCThema: „Who are the climate change skeptics? Right-wing populism in Austria and its relationship to climate change skepticism“


seit WS 2020/21 Susanne Bolte, MsC
Forschungsprojekt: When do we attribute an event as an impact of climate change? The influence of valence and indirect consternation of climate change on the perception and attribution of events as an impact of climate change

seit WS 2020/21 Laura Farage, MsC
Forschungsprojekt: Environmental behavior in the Global South and the role of norms