Reply to Nielsen et al.: Social mindfulness is associated with countries’ environmental performance and individual environmental concern

Niels J. Van Doesum, Ryan O Murphy, Marcello Gallucci, Efrat Aharonov-Majar, Ursula Athenstaedt, Wing Tung Au, Liying Bai, Robert Böhm, Inna Bovina, Nancy R Buchan, Xiao-Ping Chen, Kitty B Dumont, Jan B Engelmann, Kimmo Eriksson, Hyun Euh, Susann Fiedler, Justin P Friesen, Simon Gächter, Camilo Garcia, Roberto GonzálezSylvie Graf, Katarzyna Growiec, Serge Guimond, Martina Hřebíčková, Elizabeth Immer-Bernold, Jeff Joireman, Gokhan Karagonlar, Kerry Kawakami, Toko Kiyonari, Yu Kou, Alexandros-Andreas Kyrtsis, Siugmin Lay, Geoffrey J Leonardelli, Norman P. Li, Yang Li, Boris Maciejovsky, Zoi Manesi, Ali Mashuri, Aurelia Mok, Karin S Moser, Ladislav Moták, Adrian Netedu, Michael J Platow, Karolina Raczka-Winkler, Christopher P Reinders Folmer, Cecilia Reyna, Angelo Romano, Shaul Shalvi, Cláudia Simão, Adam W Stivers, Pontus Strimling, Yannis Tsirbas, Sonja Utz, Leander van der Meif, Sven Waldzus, Yiwen Wang, Bernd Weber, Ori Weisel, Tim Wildschut, Fabian Winter, Junhui Wu, Jose C Yong, Paul AM Van Lange

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Abstract

Nielsen et al. (1) argue that Van Doesum et al. (2) need to consider three points for their interpretation of a positive association between individual-level social mindfulness (SoMi) and environmental performance (EPI) at the country level (3). The association is weaker when 1) it is controlled for GDP and 2) when the data of three countries are removed; also, 3) the data do not address the association between SoMi and individual-level environmental concern. We discuss these points in turn.
OriginalspracheEnglisch
FachzeitschriftProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)
Jahrgang119
Ausgabenummer9
DOIs
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2022

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