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Prescription for Social Dilemmas : Psychology for Urban, Transportation, and Environmental Problems

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Prescription for Social Dilemmas : Psychology for Urban, Transportation, and Environmental Problems
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Prescription for Social Dilemmas
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Psychology for Urban, Transportation, and Environmental Problems
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Prescription for Social Dilemmas : Psychology for Urban, Transportation, and Environmental Problems
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  • Preface to the English Translation -- Preface to the First Edition in Japanese in 2003 -- Contents -- Theories for Social Dilemmas -- 1 What Are Social Dilemmas? -- 1.1 Social Dilemmas in Daily Life -- 1.2 Theoretical Definitions of Social Dilemma -- 1.3 Pragmatic Definition of Social Dilemma -- References -- 2 Various Types of Social Dilemma -- 2.1 Prisoner's Dilemma -- 2.2 N-Person Prisoner's Dilemma -- 2.3 Commons Dilemma -- 2.4 Public Goods Dilemma -- 2.5 Social Trap and Social Fence -- 2.6 Chicken Dilemma -- 2.7 Step-Level Dilemma and Volunteer's Dilemma -- References -- 3 Strategies for Solving Social Dilemmas: Structural Strategy and Psychological Strategy -- 3.1 Structural Strategy and Psychological Strategy -- 3.2 Three Psychological Factors of Cooperation -- References -- 4 Theory for Behavior Modification Process for Cooperation -- 4.1 Process Model of Behavior Modification for Cooperation -- 4.2 Formation of Behavioral Intention -- 4.3 Formation of Moral Obligation -- 4.4 Formation of Implementation Intention Based on a Behavioral Plan -- 4.5 Habits Obstructing Behavior Change -- 4.6 Realization of Behavior Change: Formation of Habitual Cooperative Behavior -- 4.7 Habitual Cooperative Behavior -- References -- Psychological Strategy -- 5 Correction of Cognition: Providing Objective Information -- 5.1 Behavior Change by Providing Objective Information -- 5.2 Deluded Belief of a Noncooperator -- 5.3 Providing Objective Information Regarding the Decision to Obtain a Driver's License -- 5.4 Providing Objective Information on the Cooperation of Others -- 5.5 Conclusion -- References -- 6 Facilitating Experience: Attitude Change Through Experience Solicited by Temporary Structural Change -- 6.1 Sustainable Change Through Temporary Structural Change: Simulation Analysis
  • 6.2 Sustainable Change Through Temporary Structural Change: Positive Analysis on Cognition and Behavior -- 6.3 Sustainable Change Through Temporary Structural Change: Positive Analysis on Attitude, Habit, and Behavior -- 6.4 Applying Temporary Structural Change to Pragmatic Administrative Policies -- References -- 7 Basic Theory and Technique of Communication: Changing Attitude and Behavior Through Verbal Communication -- 7.1 Relationship Between the Recipient and the Sender of Communication -- 7.2 One-Sided Presentation and Two-Sided Presentation -- 7.3 Presence of Specific Information Needed for Behavior Change -- 7.4 Conclusion: Conditions Determining Success and Failure of the Communication -- References -- 8 Case Studies on Communicative Strategies to Change Attitudes and Behavior -- 8.1 Case Studies of the Collective Advice Method -- 8.2 Countermeasures of Psychological Reactance -- 8.3 Travel Feedback Programs (TFP) -- 8.4 Case Studies of the Behavior Plan Method -- 8.5 Activation of Moral Obligation -- References -- Structural Strategy -- 9 Merits and Demerits of the Structural Strategy: Its "Indispensable Negative Impact" -- 9.1 Bad Apple Effect: Doubt Toward a Psychological Strategy -- 9.2 Solving a Social Dilemma Through an Equilibrium Solution Shift: Overcoming the Bad Apple Effect -- 9.3 Darwin's Dilemma: Limitations of a Psychological Strategy -- 9.4 "Side Effects" of a Structural Strategy -- 9.4.1 Desirable Side Effects -- 9.4.2 Undesirable Side Effects: The Problem of a Decision Frame -- 9.4.3 Undesirable Side Effect: Issue of Intrinsic Motivation -- References -- 10 Higher Order Social Dilemma in Response to a Structural Strategy: Public Acceptance, Public Opinion, Volunteers, and Justice -- 10.1 Second-Order Public Goods Dilemma -- 10.2 Public Acceptance Dilemma -- 10.3 Spiral of Silence in the Public Acceptance Dilemma
  • 10.4 Volunteer's Dilemma -- References -- 11 Public Acceptance of Structural Strategy -- 11.1 Infringement on Freedom and Fairness -- 11.2 Distributive Fairness and Expectation on Increasing Public Benefit -- 11.3 Procedural Fairness -- 11.4 Participation in Administration and Trust -- 11.5 Conclusion -- References -- 12 Conclusion -- References -- Appendix: Scale of Each Psychological Factor -- Bibliography
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